Next time you go to a Justin Bieber concert, it is unlikely you will see the Death Pop Logos. These heavy-metal-inspired emblems by Mark Hall-Patch bring the world of shredding till your fingers burn off to the world of pop stars.
These logos bring images to mind that include some type of alternate universe Coldplay concert where people are decked out in black clothing and tattoos as they smash against each other while listening to the hardcore version of Speed of Sound. Imagine the cover of the Justin Bieber album Baby with skulls, swords and pentagrams. The logos are the equivalent to seeing Bieber shred bars on a guitar in epic Iron Maiden fashion. Frankly, this is hard to picture.
The Death Pop Logos are badass, and make pop icons look a little more hardcore.
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