Doja Cat recently released a revised album cover for her upcoming project, “Scarlet,” following observations that it looked almost identical to the cover art of a new record by the German metallic hardcore band, Chaver. Both albums, set to drop on the same day, September 22, initially showcased art featuring dark pink spider-like creatures situated below a droplet. Interestingly, the artist behind both covers is Dusty Ray.
Switching gears, Doja Cat’s fresh cover now depicts two spiders with globe-shaped pink bodies, appearing as if they are kissing. For those eager to see the updated look, scroll down to view it alongside the original and Chaver’s art for “Of Gloom.”
When announcing their album, “Of Gloom,” Chaver said, “The eye-catching cover, brilliantly executed by Dusty Ray—who has been our go-to artist since our debut album—offers a riveting counterpoint to the raw energy of the music. It prepares listeners for an emotional rollercoaster ride into the depths of anguish.”
“Of Gloom” is described by Chaver as “an emotional odyssey into a realm of torment,” and will be distributed through BDHW. The album is a successor to the band’s 2020 release, “A Cellar Door.”
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In terms of Doja Cat’s discography, her last full-length offering was 2021’s “Planet Her.” Leading the way for the new album are the singles “Attention” and “Paint the Town Red,” and fans can look forward to the subsequent “Scarlet Tour.”
Newsound has made efforts to contact Chaver, Dusty Ray, and Doja Cat’s team for further insights and comments.