Someone has combined The Simpsons with iconic punk album covers

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Someone has combined The Simpsons with iconic punk album covers
Someone Has Combined ‘The Simpsons’ with Punk Album Covers (Picture: Millions of Dead Simpsons)

It’s undeniable that The Simpsons have had a new lease of life since memes and GIFs took over the internet.

Everywhere you look there is either Homer Simpson representing a President and mocking the White House, or Groundskeeper Willie creepily sneering at a comment posted online.

The characters can relate to almost every real life situation (especially when it comes to politics) and have even predicted the future in some scenes.

It’s as though the TV show has captured a whole new audience now social media is such a massive part of people’s lives, so we’re not surprised to find an Instagram account dedicated to combining the beloved characters with iconic punk album covers.

Instagram’s Millions of Dead Simpsons is an account that solely features photoshopped versions of punk album covers, twisting and manipulating them in any way possible to to get a Simpsons reference.

They lay their version of the cover side by side with the original and it might have just become our new favourite follow.

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With just under 4000 followers, we hope that this account keeps on giving as it seems to have attracted a steady fan base already.

Take a look at a few of our favourites, starting with Kirk Van Houten singing Can I Borrow a Feeling? on the cover of Rancid’s Life Won’t Wait.

Or Groundskeeper Willie replacing the scarecrow on AFI’s All Hallow’s Ep.

This one is very subtle but also very cool, as Homer’s workplace features on the iconic cover.

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