Valais Blacknose Sheep Always Look Like They’re Posing For A Metal Album Cover

If you think you’re the ultimate metalhead, you haven’t met these hardcore sheep. They’re called Valais Blacknose Sheep and they always look like posing for a metal album cover. The Valais Blacknose (German: Walliser Schwarznasenschaf), is a breed of domestic sheep originating in the Valais region of Switzerland. It is a dual-purpose breed, raised both for meat and for wool.

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Nothing To See Here, Just Some Photos Of Cats Wearing Metal Battle Vests

God bless cats. They’ve been providing the Internet with unwitting entertainment ever since there was an Internet. And God bless metal, because duh… heavy fucking metal. But doubly God bless Frank Injection for tipping us off to the existence of the @cats_are_metal Instagram account, which combines both of those obsessins into one and is exactly what it sounds like: photos of cats with assorted...

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“Asylum Of Shadows”: Horror, Nightmares And Dreams In Metal Albums Art By Ken Sarafin

“Metal bands want to portray the opposite of a happy life on their album covers,” says Ken Sarafin, and the Vale of Pnath frontman knows from whence he speaks. In addition to creating the awe-inducing artwork for his band’s latest release, The Prodigal Empire, Sarafin has illustrated at least a dozen album covers for an array of acts, both local and national...

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Artist Shapes Old Cutlery Into Magnificent Metal Sculptures Of Animals

An artist from South Carolina, Matt Wilson has an old undying hobby of creating spectacular sculptures crafted meticulously out of old cutlery. His passion for metallic sculpture began in 2006 when he worked as a director of the Center des Beaux-Arts in Greenville. Up to this day, Wilson continues sculpting his creations out of recovered parts such as knives, forks, or cuillères. He bends metal to...

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