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Ultimate Vinyl Guide: 12 essential 2020 releases every collection needs
Ultimate Vinyl Guide: 12 essential 2020 releases every collection needs
As we enter the 2020 holiday season, we’re all eagerly searching for that perfect gift for the music lover in our lives. Concert tickets are obviously out of the question unless you want to plan far in advance. And merch can be hit or miss, especially if you aren’t too sure of your loved one’s personal style. Luckily, with th...
Travis Scott dropped more McDonald’s merch and fans still aren’t having it
Travis Scott dropped more McDonald’s merch and fans still aren’t having it
How far will Travis Scott go to broadcast his love for the golden arches? His second round of merch in collaboration with McDonald’s paints a pretty clear idea—and the extent is startling for many fans.  As it happens, the signature meal and merchandise collection announced earlier this week wasn’t all the Astroworld rapper had planned. Soon after the first ...
Here are 10 vintage band shirts we know you wish you owned
Here are 10 vintage band shirts we know you wish you owned
It’s safe to say that at any given moment, we’re most likely wearing one of our favorite band shirts, a pair of black skinny jeans and some Vans—it’s essentially the official uniform of scene kids everywhere. While we love our collection that we’ve compiled from thrift stores and concert merch tables, some of the coolest items are the really old-school stuff.  Vintage band T-shirts ar...
Man Overboard redesign their “Defend Pop Punk” shirt in support of BLM
Man Overboard redesign their “Defend Pop Punk” shirt in support of BLM
Man Overboard have just released a shirt that's very similar to their iconic "Defend Pop Punk" merch. But, the text emblazoned across the front reads "Defund The Police." The rifle that is front and center, is snapped in half.  All proceeds from the shirt will be donated to Black Lives Matter in an effort to eliminate racial injustices and police brutality.  R...
Varials’ ex-vocalist accuses band of racist comments after BLM shirt launch
Varials’ ex-vocalist accuses band of racist comments after BLM shirt launch
Varials are being accused of allegedly using racial slurs by their former singer Travis Tabron after releasing a t-shirt benefiting The Bail Project and Campaign Zero. Tabron, who left the band at the beginning of the year citing his need to maintain his mental health, is saying the band has previously used the n-word in response to their shirt supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.
Code Orange, ETID, Creeper and more are auctioning rare merch for BLM
Code Orange, ETID, Creeper and more are auctioning rare merch for BLM
Numerous bands including Every Time I Die, Code Orange, Turnstile, Vein and Creeper are auctioning and raffling rare merch items with all proceeds going towards the Black Lives Matter movement. The items are being auctioned with all bands donating proceeds to Act Blue which is an organization splitting funds evenly between numerous bail funds, activist organizations and more.
You can buy Nine Inch Nails merch from the tour that never happened
You can buy Nine Inch Nails merch from the tour that never happened
If you were hoping to catch Nine Inch Nails live this year following Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross' work scoring various films, you're going to be waiting a while longer. Reznor shares his thoughts about the plans he had for Nine Inch Nails this year on the band's official Instagram account and shows where and when he had shows planned for that never got announced.
PUP turn their ‘Morbid Stuff’ art into the perfect quarantine puzzle
PUP turn their ‘Morbid Stuff’ art into the perfect quarantine puzzle
PUP are revealing brand new merchandise with a fitting pandemic update to their Morbid Stuff artwork with a massive puzzle. The band are revealing the new 1000-piece puzzle featuring their artwork for their latest record with a coronavirus twist added to the characters displayed on the album. Read More: Spotify is ... Read More ...
It’s halfway to Halloween and Disney is celebrating with spooky new merch
It’s halfway to Halloween and Disney is celebrating with spooky new merch
Disney is revealing their “Halfway to Halloween” celebrations already and in light of the coronavirus pandemic, they're making their "park only" merch items available online. The company is highlighting exclusive The Haunted Mansion items including new Funko Pop! figures, bags and plenty of other items. Rea...
You can finally get that classic D.R.U.G.S. shirt you’ve been wanting
You can finally get that classic D.R.U.G.S. shirt you’ve been wanting
If you're a massive Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows  (D.R.U.G.S.) fan but haven't been able to rep it properly, you know, since Craig Owens just returned to the project after nine years, then you are in luck.  Owens just announced a new merchandise line with a lot of items modeled after the powerfully cathartic hit “King I Am" and its artwork.  Read More: We Came As Roman...
Here’s how many fans joined Avenged Sevenfold’s quarantine challenge
Here’s how many fans joined Avenged Sevenfold’s quarantine challenge
Back in March, Avenged Sevenfold created an initiative for fans to stay at home and win merch items and now they're revealing that thousands of fans ended up participating. Vocalist M. Shadows says in a recent chat with Zippo Encore's Jose Mangin that over 3000 fans participated and they're finally able to ship items out after some issues with their store. Read More: V... Read More ...
My Chemical Romance’s tribute merch is raising COVID-19 relief funds
My Chemical Romance’s tribute merch is raising COVID-19 relief funds
Plenty of bands have been making face masks for fans to buy and My Chemical Romance are joining the pack now while fundraising for MusiCares' COVID-19 relief fund. The "desert screening" masks are made as a tribute to their friend and manager Lauren Valencia who passed away prior to the pandemic while brining money to musicians and industry workers facing a financial crisis over the coro
Here’s how Thursday are using merch to help frontline medical workers
Here’s how Thursday are using merch to help frontline medical workers
Thursday are putting their unused merchandise items to good use right now in an effort to help out front line workers in the fight to put an end to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The band are going to use any appropriate merch items and turn them into face masks while places all across the world are reporting shortages. Read More: F... Read More ...

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