Category Archives: Fashion

Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider is not going to take it (it being ironic metal fashion)

Posted by on October 19, 2017

The next time you walk into an H&M, Forever 21, Kohls, Wal-Mart, Macy’s or just any store that sells clothes, you will notice a not so new trend. Depending on the racks, whether it’s shoes, underwear, T-shirts, or a brand new purse, you will notice items that have metal horns, skulls, AC/DC, Rolling Stones, Guns […]

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Would you spend $740 on a Rammstein shirt?

Posted by on September 12, 2017

Fashion. It’s ridiculous. Actually, the clothes you wear are part of your identity, and that’s just fine. But once you get into couture and high fashion, that’s where it gets really ridiculous. Particularly when brands collaborate with bands to make extremely expensive versions of merch you could generally find at a Hot Topic. However, no […]

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Kylie and Kendall Jenner steal rock, metal shirt designs, face immediate backlash [UPDATED]

Posted by on June 29, 2017

It’s common knowledge that the classic metal T never goes out of style, but it’s kind of surprising how it’s become high fashion. Pop stars like Justin Bieber and Kanye West have had logo designers create their own metal-inspired logos, as did Rihanna. So what if you’re not original enough to have your own logo designed, […]

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Kanye West spotted wearing a Cradle of Filth shirt, band reacts

Posted by on March 20, 2017

The Hollywood fashion trend of pop and hip-hop stars wearing metal T-shirts isn’t going to stop anytime soon. Let’s face it, Urban Outfitters has a brand new line just for Metallica apparel and not too long ago, AC/DC’s logo became part of Gucci fashion. Regardless if the brands, and buyers listen to these bands, this […]

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Slayer and Supreme link up for clothing line

Posted by on November 7, 2016

  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 […]

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