When writing about Metallica earlier today, we said that at this point, they’re as much of a brand as they are a band. Slayer is another band like that. Their iconic logo and reputation as the most aggressive of the Big Four are almost as much of a statement as their music. Perhaps that’s why skateboarding lifestyle and clothing company Supreme have announced a fall 2016 lineup of clothes in collaboration with Slayer that lands in New York, Los Angeles and Paris stores, as well as online, on Thursday (10) and in Japan on Saturday (12).
Starting then, you’ll be able to pick up an M-65 jacket, coaches jacket, sweater, waffle thermal, hooded sweatshirt, crewneck, sweatpants, four graphic T-Shirts and a 5-panel hat. The designs include the Slayer eagle, the dude with “Slayer” carved in his arm from Undisputed Attitude, the South of Heaven cover, and the Seasons in the Abyss album cover. We’re a little partial to the above sweater, as it’s kind of ridiculous, but in a good way. This isn’t the first time Supreme have hooked up with a band for a clothing line. In fact, they did so with Black Sabbath earlier this year.
You can see the rest of the collection here.