10 Collection Dropkick Murphys Album Covers

Marlon M. Simpson

Irish punk rock band Dropkick Murphys has gained a loyal following over the years with their raw and energetic performances. One aspect that adds to their unique appeal is the striking artwork on their album covers. Here’s a closer look at some of their memorable covers:

Signed and Sealed in Blood

Signed and Sealed In Blood Album Cover by Dropkick Murphys

The cover of “Signed and Sealed in Blood” shows a tombstone with the album title engraved on it, surrounded by roses and skulls. The imagery conveys a sense of death and finality, hinting at the serious themes present in the album’s lyrics.

The Meanest of Times

The Meanest Of Times by Dropkick Murphys - Music Charts

“The Meanest of Times” cover features an eagle wearing an American flag as a cape, with a city skyline in the background. The eagle is a symbol of strength and freedom, while the skyline indicates urban decay and struggle. The combination of these elements captures the band’s blue-collar roots and their message of resilience in the face of adversity.

Singles Collection, Vol. 2

Singles Collection, Vol. 2 - Dropkick Murphys | Songs, Reviews, Credits

The cover of “Singles Collection, Vol. 2” is a nod to the band’s Boston roots, featuring an illustrated map of the city with landmarks such as Fenway Park and the Zakim Bridge. The map is bordered by a Celtic knot design, which pays homage to the band’s Irish heritage.

Marlon M. Simpson

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