The American Conservatives released a set of new album art Monday that includes artwork of songs like “Strawberry Fields Forever” and “Harmonium” from Metallic’s 1987 debut, as well as the bandmembers’ artwork for “The World Is Not Enough.”
The album art will be on the album’s deluxe edition.
The album art is the latest in a string of high-profile artwork that has become a part of the bands catalog over the years.
In 2013, the band released a poster featuring their cover art from their debut album, which featured a depiction of their frontman, Elton John, in a band tee with a black man’s head.
The poster also featured the song “Tear Me Down” on the cover.
A year later, the album art was featured on the bandís 2008 album, The Best of Metallica, which also featured artwork from Elton and Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett.
A year later in 2011, Metallica released a vinyl edition of their debut, The State Of The World, which included artwork from the group, including the cover art for “Gloria.”
In 2014, Metallic released a limited-edition vinyl of their fourth album, Live, Live!, which featured artwork by the band, including a portrait of drummer Lars Ulrich.
The new artwork will be available at the album release party for Metallica’s new album, titled Metallica Black.
Metallica has released the album on vinyl, CD, and digital formats and is set to release it on January 28.
The band recently released a new album entitled Death Magnetic, which features tracks from its debut album and a cover by the Rolling Stones.