Keep Away (Godsmack) Font

About Keep Away (Godsmack) Font

Keep Away is a single released by alternative metal band Godsmack in 1999. It was included on the band’s first studio album Godsmack.

The font used for the text on the cover art is Metropolis, which is a headline type featuring tapered strokes and pointy serifs, originally designed by Willy Schwerdtner in 1928 and digitized by foundries such as Monotype and CastleType.

Set in Monotype’s Metropolis

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Metropolis Typeface in Use

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