As we all know, no true djent EP is complete without an album cover with a shape on it. Here, we’re going to go through the best shapes you can use, since having a good cover lets you put your best foot forward.
5. Sierpinski Triangle
Wow! See, this is advanced, and here’s why — most djent bands just use one triangle. This is a bunch of triangles, inside bigger triangles. Who would’ve thought such a thing existed?
Twelve sides? That fits in perfectly with your signature use of the 12/8 time signature! It’s practically a concept album at this point, and it’s also the perfect shape to symbolize just how edgy you’ve become.
An icosahedron has 20 different faces. Use this shape to show your listeners that your music is multifaceted and has many different sides to it. Once they see that on the cover, they’ll know it’s not like any other djent EP they’ve ever heard.
2. Straight Line
Sometimes, the best way to go is minimalism. This shape perfectly represents the minimal effort you put into your music.
1. Silly Straw Shape
Let your listeners know that just like silly straws take chocolate milk on a winding journey to your mouth, this album will take your listeners on a dark path through your twisted mind.