Hammerfall Vs Biohazard

(Rock News Desk) Hammerfall singer Joacim Cans says they weren't allowed to use in the international biohazard symbol on their new album because, they were told, the copyright is owned by the US hardcore band of the same name.

Cans reports: "It was on the cover and on the slipcase, but for some reason Biohazard have it copyrighted. I don't really understand how they can copyright something like that.

"We said, 'There's a biohazard virus all over Europe but you can't put up signs because Biohazard own the rights to it?' But they own it for the music, so we said, 'We'll take it away.'" more on this story

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