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Alice In Chains Hide The ‘Devil’ In “The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here” Cover Art

The cover art for Alice In Chains‘ forthcoming new studio album “The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here” has been revealed, as has its hidden secret. An astute fan who goes by the handle of ‘TheSorceressKnight’ took the image into Photoshop to uncover the image hidden inside the cover. You can find both the original album cover and the hidden findings below. The band will release the album in late May.

Alice In Chains - The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here

Alice In Chains - The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here Edited

Comments

  • wearesorta138

    Well that’s just fucking cool.

  • star_AD

    I am really looking forward to what a now short-haired Cantrell & Co. will layout for us. I think Jerry is a brilliant writer.

  • scorpions

    That’s fuckin sweet

  • deftoolsys07

    That is really cool. Pretty innovative, too.

  • RUREADY2JIGGLE?

    Yay for putting effort into album art! Can’t wait to hear the new tunes.

  • nickygoods

    yay for new six feet under album!

  • changefly

    That’s just good design. nothing special, just good design. You could achieve a similar result with almost anything at the right angles, and the designer made it obvious to the naked eye by leaving a transparent monotone reverse underlay of the original image. It’s definitely not a TOOL album cover.

  • Southbound_Pachyderm

    That is somewhat reminiscent of the Dirt album cover

  • rageofthemage

    I miss Layne…

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