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Album Art of the Week: Magrudergrind – ‘Magrudergrind’

One look at Magrudergrind‘s self-titled might cause a little confusion. There’s a cadre of cut-out style unrelated images in black and white against a stark yellow background, with a crossed out double eighth note suggesting an anti-musical sentiment. Punk rock tends to have some strong parallels with grindcore – musically, ideologically, and visually – and this is one great example of this idea.

“The cover is a montage and collage of different concepts that interest us,” vocalist Avi Kulawy explained to Noisecreep. “It is an artistic expression of ideas that show both negative, pessimistic realities of the world and our appreciation for diversity and culture.”

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