Pantera's Vulgar Display of Power is coming to life. Or, at the very least, the third dimension.
The metal band's iconic 1992 album is being turned into a "3D Vinyl" -- part of a series by collectibles company KnuckleBonz that creates three-dimensional art pieces out of album covers. So if you've ever wanted a 3D version of a dude getting punched in the face, now's your chance.
The officially licensed Vulgar Display 3D Vinyl costs $199, and only 1,992 pieces will be made. You can pre-order yours now via KnuckleBonz.com.
Other albums made into 3D Vinyl include Guns N' Roses' Appetite for Destruction, Ozzy Osbourne's Diary of a Madman and Megadeth's Rust in Peace.
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