Join us as we learn about the cover artwork for the new album Mess, by the mellow and moody Norwegian/English folk music duo, Tuvaband.
Tokyo, Japan’s female-fronted metalcore monsters, Undead Corporation discuss their new album’s evil cover artwork for our And Justice For Art series, “UnCovered”.
Our popular And Justice For Art series “UnCovered” continues with Motograter discussing the Sam Shearon-created cover art for Desolation, their sophomore album released via EMP Label Group.
Aussie heavies Daybreak hit us up to chat about the dope AF album art by Adelaide-based artist Billy Oakly on their seven-track EP Death Dreams.
We recently spoke with RAM and Bloodstock mastermind, legendary artist, Paul Raymond Gregory (who has painted many album covers for groups like Saxon, Dio, Blind Guardian, etc.) about the past, present and future of the festival and most especially, it’s art gallery.
In this UnCovered interview, we speak with Olya Viglione, singer and pianist of New York rock group Scarlet Sails, about the cover art for their new album Future from the Past (pre-order here) which drops on April 10th!
In the latest interview for our “UnCovered” series, Sean Wouters and Nico Espinosa from garage rockers Deaf Poets talk about the inspiration behind Lost In Magic City.
We caught up with Dan Thomson, guitarist/vocalist for Toronto’s post-hardcore band Sparrows, to ask how the cover artwork for the new album Let the Silence Stay Where It Was came to be.
Checked in with Sasha Chemerov, Ukrainian-born band founder, guitarist and lead singer of LA rockers, The Gitas, to better understand the cover artwork of the group’s new album, Beverly Kills.
Lyra Von Rose fronts Toronto, Canada’s Illvsionia and checked in with us to elaborate on the rad artwork of her band’s new constellations-themed EP, Vrania, which dropped on November 11th!
In our inaugural “UnCovered” interview, Adelitas Way lead vocalist, Rick DeJesus, hit us up to discuss the concept, creation and symbolism behind the artwork for band’s newest single, “Ready For War (Pray For Peace)”.
In our inaugural installment of And Justice For Art’s latest series “Underground Art”, we look at the artwork of six different albums from six different underground metal artists that we found to be particularly EPIC!