Limp Bizkit's Silly Cover Explained

(Banana 101.5) Limp Bizkit set a new creative low when choosing the artwork that would eventually become the cover of 'Gold Cobra'.

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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