BIOHAZARD: 'A Means To An End' Limited Edition Artwork Available Again

Dangerous Age Graphics are once again making available limited-edition signed prints of the cover art for BIOHAZARD's album "A Means to an End".

This will be a rare edition signed by cover artist Ioannis and BIOHAZARD members Evan Seinfeld, Danny Schuler, Billy Graziadei and Scott Roberts. This edition only numbers 400 one-time prints only! It was originally offered in early May of 2005, but it was only available for a few days as the band had legalities to work through. Since then Dangerous Age has had hundreds of e-mails requesting if there was any way to purchase this artwork.

Billy Grazadei commented: "This is the first time we have done such a cool collectible release. I've always wanted to give our fans something personal to hold onto and it seems to be a perfect chance for us!"

To order a copy, click here.


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