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takenbysoaringquails 02-25-2015 08:22 PM

The Mechanical Hand artwork
 
What do you see when you look at the album artwork?

What songs do you see?

What does the bird represent?

Grindhead Records 02-26-2015 06:17 AM

Re: The Mechanical Hand artwork
 
Does the bird represent a scientist with a shirt on that has girls in little clothing and the effect it has on society? Because that's the only metal I listen to now.

TicalWave 03-04-2015 06:44 AM

Re: The Mechanical Hand artwork
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by takenbysoaringquails (Post 3917769)
What do you see when you look at the album artwork?

What songs do you see?

What does the bird represent?

I see Birdo, Octopus on Fire, and Parental Advisory Explicit Content. Must be a secret song.

TicalWave 03-04-2015 06:49 AM

Re: The Mechanical Hand artwork
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Grindhead Records (Post 3917778)
Does the bird represent a scientist with a shirt on that has girls in little clothing and the effect it has on society? Because that's the only metal I listen to now.

I think the bird represents change as it gives birth to strange creatures from its back much like a Gremlin. It's also eating an egg, which may be symbolic of the older generation eating the younger generation before they have time to rise up and destroy the old ways of life. Also, there seems to be a happy little blue fella that may represent hope.

But really, it could mean any number of things. It might not "mean" anything at all. Any hypotheses are probably incorrect and insulting to the original artist. Ponycore needs to do the album art for the next HtheB, if such a thing happens.

takenbysoaringquails 03-10-2015 12:35 AM

Re: The Mechanical Hand artwork
 
I like your response. Is the bird a soaring quail, a vulture, or both?

TicalWave 03-19-2015 11:00 PM

Re: The Mechanical Hand artwork
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by takenbysoaringquails (Post 3918061)
I like your response. Is the bird a soaring quail, a vulture, or both?

I'm not sure, but it should be noted that whatever type of bird it is, it has a mechanical hand.


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