KATAKLYSM Invite Fans To Design Band's Next Album Cover
Canadian death metallers KATAKLYSM are inviting their fans, artists and friends around the world to design the cover art for their next album. The band encourages everyone that has artistic skill and has an original vision to submit their work by e-mail at [email protected]
The winning artwork will be selected by KATAKLYSM and the band's representatives at Nuclear Blast Records. The lucky contest winner will see his/her creation used as the cover of the group's next album as well as on all accompanying merchandise items, where it will be fully credited.
All you have to work with is the album's working title, which is "In the Arms of Devastation". The artwork can be submitted starting April 6 and the deadline for all submissions is August 1.
KATAKLYSM will be embarking on a European headlining tour beginning in late June. Support at all dates will come from GRAVEWORM and EMINENCE.
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