Rock Band's logos
Judas Priest | Designer: Roslav Szaybo | Szaybos logo was not the first design for the band, but it did have the most lasting power. Inspired by the bands futuristic lyrics on the Stained Glass album, the logo pictured (or some slight variation of it) appeared on every album from 1978 until 1997 except for Priest...Live in 1987, and then resurfaced in 2004 on the Priest Reunited album with the addition of the devils tuning fork on the letter T.
Whitesnake – This glorious Whitesnake logo didn't last as long as some of those in our list, but it clearly deserved to. How the metal-heads decided to neglect the simplistic, Jim Gibson-designed snake-text in favour of a dull batch of generic metal text remains a mystery. The twists, turns and tangles in the snake's body are more than pleasing to the music fan's eye.