Rob Halford - Launches New Apparel Company


Press release:

The world of Rock and Roll has one Metal God - Rob Halford. The multi-Gold and Platinum Producer, Songwriter, Vocalist has graced the world's largest stages for decades leading his revolutionary solo acts: Halford, Fight and the legendary Judas Priest.

Developing new standards for the Rock and Metal genres with blazing vocals, dynamic themes, adorned head-to-toe in glass, leather and steel - The Metal God is universally recognized as an artist whom continually inspires and drives today's global Hard Rock industry.

With an eye on defining consumer-fashions for today's Rock and Roll lifestyles, Metal God Entertainment and Rob Halford are pleased to debut a new garment entity: Metal God Apparel.

With Pre-sale beginning today and shipments commencing June 15, 2009 Metal God Apparel will debut dozens of new, edgy-designs this year for youth, teens, men and women. Metal God Apparel re-produced on custom-dyed, cotton tees integrating the newest fashion technology, resulting in an extremely attractive, lightweight, soft-to-touch, active-wear for today's global music audiences.

Please visit http://www.MetalGodApparel.com for more details.

Band profile: Halford
 
Posted: 28.04.2009 by Ivan


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01.05.2009 - 11:02
Doc Godin
Full Grown Hoser
Written by Arian Totalis on 01.05.2009 at 01:46

First 3IOB now Him. God Damnit!

I somehow doubt 3 Inches or Nike for that matter will charge those types of prices. Honestly, $65 for a t-shirt? Seriously? Are we paying for the manure the cotton plants are growing in now?

This is getting kind of disgusting. This is just a cash grab and a bit of an abuse of his own name. Anyone who acquires these articles of clothing through any means other than theft are pretty dumb.

Clothing line, cool. I'm never the first one to yell "shill" - but with those prices, its really hard not to. Maybe if they were charging 15-30 per t-shirt like most companies do, I'd understand, hell, maybe even purchase one, but unless the t-shirts are woven from the hair of Christ himself, thats bullshit.

I really don't think he understands that most metalheads are middle to lower middle class people...$65 t-shirts usually get you beat up or socially ostracized by other metalheads.
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05.05.2009 - 01:45
Introspekrieg
Totemic Lust
Written by Doc Godin on 01.05.2009 at 11:02

I really don't think he understands that most metalheads are middle to lower middle class people...$65 t-shirts usually get you beat up or socially ostracized by other metalheads.


I beg to differ. I like metal and I make about $20 million a year in my vintage fencing & croquet equipment business. I bought 10 of each style of Halford's shirts...

I use them as poop rags for my elite French Mastiff's elite droppings. Only the finest in gaudy metal fashion for my canine...
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05.05.2009 - 03:28
Doc Godin
Full Grown Hoser
Written by Introspekrieg on 05.05.2009 at 01:45

Written by Doc Godin on 01.05.2009 at 11:02

I really don't think he understands that most metalheads are middle to lower middle class people...$65 t-shirts usually get you beat up or socially ostracized by other metalheads.


I beg to differ. I like metal and I make about $20 million a year in my vintage fencing & croquet equipment business. I bought 10 of each style of Halford's shirts...

I use them as poop rags for my elite French Mastiff's elite droppings. Only the finest in gaudy metal fashion for my canine...

I know your joking, but I'll correct myself anyways. Though I was slightly exaggerating, my point was that metal fans aren't typically known for spending that type of money on single articles of clothing.
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21.05.2009 - 12:36
Valentin B
Iconoclast
I've checked the site again, some of these are really awesome to be honest, i'd totally buy a "Savior" if i had the cash. though i agree the pricing after june 15th is pretty high. 35$ is pretty much what a Hard Rock Cafe shirt costs here, and they're of really great quality
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29.07.2013 - 21:50
Doc Godin
Full Grown Hoser
Lol. I just revisited this. All the t-shirts are marked down to $10 for the most part. Endeavor failed, Rob.
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