New York skate label Supreme has recently formed a collaboration with California thrash metal band Slayer for the brand’s Fall 2016 collection. The Supreme x Slayer collection features a full range of apparel including an M-65 jacket, coach jacket, crewneck, hooded sweatshirt, four graphic T-shirts, sweatpants, waffle thermal and a 5-panel hat.
Founded in 1994 by James Jebbia and Tyler Kage Heleine, this is not the first time Supreme has collaborated with a band. Back in 2008, the skate label has previously teamed up with the ’70s hardcore punk pioneers Bad Brains on apparel and sneakers collection.
From their independently-produced debut album Show No Mercy in 1983 to their subsequent 11 albums throughout the decades, Slayer has sold a total of 20 million records so far. Their latest studio album, Repentless, was last released in 2015. Known for their aggressive vocals and sounds, Slayer‘s current line-ups include Tom Araya, Kerry King, Paul Bostaph and Gary Holt.
The Supreme x Slayer collection is currently available online and physical stores in New York, Los Angeles, London and Paris. The collection is also slated to be released in Japan on November 12.