Here's the first fake move poster DJ photo card, circa 1996. I just
did the new one, above, the 15th Anniversary Scully fake movie
card. I'll have them available in the new year if ya want one...
check back soon...got details coming!
NEW METALLICA MERCH....MET SHOES
Metallica are taking a play out of the KISS playbook and plan to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their landmark debut album by releasing branded merchandise.
Metallica's debut album, Kill 'Em All, will celebrate it's 30th anniversary next year and the band is teaming up with Vans shoes to celebrate with a special shoe pack release.
The shoes will be red, white and black and sport the
cover art's hand and hammer design and be sold in 'Kill 'Em All' Pack that feature both the Vans Slip On and Sk8 Hi shoes, reports Kicks On Fire.
NEW MET MERCH.... HETFIELD SUNGLASSES
Metallica's James Hetfield has partnered with Sutro Eyewear to produce a line of limited-edition signature sunglasses.
The JH Sutro Sunglasses, dubbed simply "the Hetfield," carry a retail price of $219. "[These shades] are built to look faster than a speeding riff and tJames Hetfield Sutro Sunglasseso handle the
life of a road dog like me," Hetfield said, in a prepared statement.
According to Metallica's merchandise page, the frames sport hinges that are 10 times stronger than traditional hinges, and the Zeiss polycarbonate lenses are scratch resistant and protect from both UVA and UVB rays. "James was very particular in what he was looking for," said designer Jeff Sand, according to Allaxess.com. "He just wasn't finding it out there, so we sat down and after extensive prototyping we put his vision into this frame.
CREEPING DEATH VIDEO FROM ORION RELEASED
By all accounts, Metallica's inaugural Orion Music + More festival last month in Atlantic City was a huge success.
Metallica headlined both nights: on Saturday, they played their classic "Ride The Lightning" album in its entirety And, for the first time ever in the U.S., performed the "Black" album on Sunday.
The metal icons are now sharing footage of their opening night performance of "Creeping Death."