Butcher Babies Reveal Cover Art For New Album “Lilith”

Butcher Babies have revealed the cover art for their new album “Lilith.” More details and a new single are expected to arrive next week, while retail listings are saying it is scheduled for an October 27 release.

Heidi Shepherd commented:

“Historically, Lilith has become demonized as a representation of promiscuity and disobedience. We, however, see her as a positive figure. A symbol of autonomy, sexual equality, and full control over your own destiny. Lilith is the supreme representation of the left-hand path woman: independent, having discarded the patriarchal yoke, and not afraid to use all the tools available to her, including her sexuality, to gain the most out of existence.

The eels in the cover art represent sleek symbolism of new beginnings and adventure. With this album we have musically taken a leap through old boundaries and landed in new oceans. It is said that a the dream or visions of eels is confirmation that the path we currently lead is the right one. In this new chapter of Butcher Babies, we welcome evolution as we bare ourselves with ‘Lilith.’”

Carla Harvey added:

“When we were thinking of titles for our album, we wanted to find something that embodied sensuality, lust, danger and power. We kept going back to Lilith. We researched Lilith and her origins in different cultures and forms and knew that this figure, once feared but now a beautiful, symbolic middle finger to repression, would be a perfect representation of our album.

The cover art we created with our graphic artist perfectly pulls together the last year we’ve spent working on ‘Lilith‘. I’ve always loved water themes and there is something terrifying yet calming about the deep sea; submersing yourself in it could be the death of you, yet at the same time it’s cleansing and renewing. With this album we dove in fully and drowned ourselves in emotion, sexuality and even turmoil, and let the two headed beast we created has emerged even stronger.”

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