When the worlds of rock and metal cross with food and beverages, it's usually to do with coffee or alcohol.
However, supermarket chain Aldi has decided that what the world needs are band-related cheeses - and they couldn't be more right.
Delish have reported that ahead of the Grammys, Aldi's Happy Farms brand will launch six new products, named after rock and pop hits.
From February 6, US music fans will be able to pair their crackers with a Guns N' Roses-themed cheese, Sweet Cheddar Of Mine and a Def Leppard-inspired Pour Some Gouda On Me. Other cheeses in the range include Wake Me Up Before You Goat Goat, Girls Just Wanna Have Fontina and Total Eclipse Of The Havarti.
There's no word on whether these cheeses will make their way to Australia, but rock fans should be crossing their fingers.
Hopefully this news isn't too cheesy for you!
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