Pantera’s “Vulgar Display of Power” turned into “3D Vinyl” art piece

Atco RecordsPantera'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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