Limp Bizkit's Silly Cover Explained
Guitarist Wes Borland recently explained that the eyesore of an album cover was completely intentional.
In a recent interview, Wes Borland told Artist Direct that the ridiculousness of the album's cover was a conscious decision: "We were thinking of Gold Cobra as a horror movie. That's where the album cover came from. As far as the art goes, I was thinking of Frank Frazetta-type of images with the giant snakes and monsters with scantily clad really sexy girls under a guy with a sword. It's that Conan-looking Frazetta art." more on this story
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