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Terrorizer Does Download: Art Attack
As you know, Terrorizer trudged through the mud at this year’s spectacular Download festival and challenged anyone to show off their artistic prowess on our piece of service station gold, a Pepper Pig etcha-sketch.
Devin sets the bar high from Day 1 with his sketch of the omniscient Ziltoid.
The sunshine clearly got to Kobra And The Lotus frontgal Kobra Paige as she depicts a bat riding a dragon and proclaiming she eats all Download babies… or something like that.
John Garcia and Brant Bjork feel like they’re not quite getting the promotion they deserve.
Ex- SikTh/Primal Rock Rebellion frontman Mikee Goodman revives Download’s minimalist art movement. At least that’s what we thought.
And TesseracT axe-slinger James Monteith just couldn’t be assed.
And Periphery’s Misha Mansoor said: “Let there be cock!”
Whilst bandmate Spenser Sotelo gets a little controversial.
Lamb Of God’s Randy depicts the view of the landscape from the Jim Marshall stage. Show-off!
And The Safety Fire drop “c” bomb and draw a skull, obviously.
And Turbonegro give us a crucifix, a pentagram and a cock. Of course they did.
We hope you enjoyed this round-up of art attack at Download 2012. To read all of our festival coverage click here.