Though there are still a lot of unknowns surrounding Tori Amos' upcoming 11th, proper studio album. Unrepentant Geraldines follows the career-spanning, orchestrated retrospect Gold Dust from 2012, but is the first album of completely original songs since 2009's Abnormally Attracted to Sin.
While her social media channels have slowly been unveiling the album's cover art, today Tori lifted the curtain completely on the album's cover:
This is an obvious and welcomed improvement in terms of Tori's album covers. Tori actually looks like the piano bench straddling, fiery goddess we've all come to worship. Despite a font that's...well, slightly hideous...It's her best cover art since 2002's Scarlet Walk. For context, here is a collage of every album cover she's had to-date.
Look for more information about Unrepentant Geraldines over the next few weeks, with an anticipated release in mid May.