BAD BRAINS Into the Future
Red/Yellow/Green Vinyl / Alternate Cover
Rock / Punk
'Into the Future' is the ninth studio album by the American hardcore punk band Bad Brains, which was originally released on November 20, 2012 on Megaforce Records. It is a tribute dedication to Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys, a longtime friend of the band who died of cancer six months before its release, and produced their previous album 'Build a Nation'. This "Into The Future' vinyl reissue is on green, yellow and red splatter vinyl in gatefold packaging featuring cover art by Shepard Fairey, a street artist who became widely known with his Barrack Obama "Hope" poster used in his 2008 campaign. His work has been included in many contemporary art museums including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.