About Heavy Music Artwork

Heavy Music Artwork is devoted to increasing awareness and understanding in the Heavy Metal culture, supporting record labels, publishers, music and graphic artists. The website brings information’s and resources, focused exclusively on the arts and humanities within the spectrum of the Heavy Metal and Rock music genre.

The site boasts a modern and contemporary look and features the very best in the Heavy Metal world with informative content that is easy to navigate and well structured. Heavy Music Artwork seeks to provide interviews and detailed analysis in relation to subjects related to Heavy Metal and all its subgenres.

Artists and designers can use their page profile as a platform to showcase their work or to extend their client base. Heavy Music Artwork provides insights that might fall outside the parameters of the genre; this is necessary in order to increase and grow in new markets or areas. Never the less the subjects will be related and will never explore areas that are frivolous or even follow common trends.

Heavy Music Artwork is a knowledge base site and not a database or a fan blog, visitors are invited to explore, learn and engage.

Since the beta launch in April 2012 the site has enjoyed great popularity by reaching over a 1.5 million page views, over 42,000+ Facebook Likes, and ranks number 1 in Google, under heavy metal art.


Vision & Mission

  • Provide the Heavy Metal community and industry with outstanding resources, material, information, news and updates
  • Offer a portal where individuals can learn, connect and discuss
  • Compel to explore and experience life within the arts
  • Through music, art and literature examine all aspects of the human condition
  • Promote graphic artists, music artists, record labels and agencies through interviews, biographies, artworks and in-depth profiles
  • Examine, explore and decode symbolism used in Heavy Metal
  • Promote Heavy Metal as a culture within the understanding of sociology and humanities

Art & Design Listings



Arte Divina

Our artist's life commitment and dedication to art are immense. It resonates passion, beauty and intensity beyond words. Centred around the concept of creation and the act of creating. Like in religious tradition the one that creates is divine and of divine intention. Strictly focusing on inspiration, symbolism, philosophy, creativity, and imagination. 

The double crosses symbolise the void or the abyss.
"If you look long enough into the abyss, the abyss begins to look back through you." 
- Friedrich Nietzsche

The abyss is a kind of monster, the monster of complete cynicism and true nihilism - the empty man that post-modernism seems to favour. Pursuing an utter lack of beauty, life values and aesthetics leaves one empty, and perhaps incapable of recovering one's artistic nature. 'Arte Divina' greatly values beauty as an essential virtue of art. The double cross is a symbol that rebels against the apathy and the defeatist culture and post-modernism gave birth to this trend. When I was at University studying art and design we were taught how to deconstruct and to break down values, leaving no room for aesthetics or emotions with no appreciation for beauty.

"In an age of ugliness, a work of beauty is an act of defiance. At any time between 1750 and 1930, if you asked educated people to describe the aim of poetry, art or music, they would have replied “beauty.” And if you had asked for the point of that you would have learned that beauty is a value, as important as truth and goodness. Then in the 20th-century beauty stopped being important. Art increasingly aimed to disturb and to break moral taboos. It was not beauty but originality however achieved and at whatever moral cost that won the prizes. Not only has art made a cult of ugliness. Our language, our music and our manners are increasingly raucous, self-centred and offensive as though beauty and good taste have no real place in our lives."
- Sir Roger Scruton

Pre-order Arte Divina from the link below 


Be a part of the biggest music & art movement.

If you you like our site and you want to be part of it, now is the time to do it Heavy Music Artwork is still at it's infancy, the amount of work and effort that has gone into in in the last two years is indeed overwhelming. As any projects of this scale it requires a great deal of time, passion and knowledge.

If you want to contribute to its development, these are the main areas where help is needed

  • Create new and original content, with interviews, reviews, profile details and articles.
  • Scout the net and libraries for copyright free or public domain material related to Heavy Music Artwork.
  • Help with the search, resizing and optimization of images.
  • Tell your friends and keep spreading Heavy Music Artwork not just as music but also as an art form using our site.
  • Errors and low image quality reports Joomla developer.
  • If you want to help but don't have the time, please use the link below to keep the site running and functioning.
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  • Suggest music artist, designer or old master.
  • Creative designer, illustrator, artist.
  • Site updates and general management.
  • Photo reporting on events, gigs, concerts and galleries.

Competence in your relevant field is a must.

If you need more details or if you are ready to be a part of Heavy Music Artwork please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will be in touch.