Split Album Art

There's a style of album art that sticks in my mind. A cover which is a scene, probably nature, that's split ~50/50 by element, season, or concept. When I find a new one I add it to the mental list. This is a dump of that list. It's not always metal.

Probably the most literal. Also maybe the first one I noticed. Sonata Arctica: Silence
Sonata again with The Days of Gray. This is maybe more implied but it's still ice/fire.
Atlas Pain with What the Oak Left giving us a famine/feast split as well as night/day.
Dream Theater's Awake doesn't meet the definition strictly but triggers the same response.
Russell Allen & Anette Olzon's Worlds/Apart does however fit the bill perfectly.
Ewan Dobson's Acoustic Metal
Tenuous but the clouds and floor illumination on Marillion's Misplaced Childhood evokes it. Very tenuous.
Iron Savior's The Landing. Clear desert/grass
Master of Illusion by Power Quest going with the solid heaven/hell divide.
Stratovarius' Elements with a plant/water+fire split. This is maybe why I think of the trope as elemental splits.
Stratovarius again with Infinite. Going pollution/clean. Dolphins feel very 90s and so does that gold material.
Marrilion back again with Seasons End and a four way seasonal split.
Helloween: Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 2 with a classic evil/good split.
Powerwolf The Sacrament of Sin with good/evil or living/undead
Freedom Call Crystal Empire's day/night

There's not really a point to be made here. Contrast makes things pop and conflict betwixt stuffs is a common theme. This trope just stands out to me.

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Vanden Plas: Chronicles of the Immortals: Netherworld II: What a name
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