I’m With You Album Cover

The cover art for the red Hot Chili Peppers’ new album, I’m With You, has been revealed today by RHCP.com. It features a fly on a pill and is by British artist Damien Hirst. Here it is:

I'm with you Red Hot Chili peppers new album cover Damien Hirst

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I've been a RHCP fan ever since I heard Under The Bridge way back in the mists of time. I brought BSSM and then their other albums but RHCP were just another band I listened to (I was a massive GNR fan at the time) but that changed once I heard Californication! I've been involved with the online RHCP scene since 2006, getting more heavily involved as time passed, and eventually the time was right to set up my own website dedicated to the band and thus, TheChiliSource was born. Since then I've also set up AnthonyKiedis.net along with various Twitter, Facebook & Tumblr pages connected to my websites and RHCP.

2 thoughts on “I’m With You Album Cover

  1. It could mean no more drugs, so instead of being ‘out of it’ I’m with you, or, all the little beads inside the pill respresent people/friends/fans who are supportive, so no need for drugs anymore and the fly signifies this, as they are partial to laying their eggs on things that are dead. Maybe it just means drugs make you fly! Hey, I’m no art critic! 😀

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