SLAYER Teams Up With Streetwear Brand SUPREME For New Collection

November 7, 2016

New York City-based skate culture apparel company Supreme has teamed up with thrash titans SLAYER for an extensive clothing line. As a follow-up to Supreme's BLACK SABBATH partnership, SLAYER is the inspiration behind Supreme's new M-65 jacket, coach jacket, sweater, waffle thermal, hooded sweatshirt, crewneck, sweatpants, four graphic T-shirts and a 5-panel hat.

As always, the drop will be available online and in-store in New York, Los Angeles, London and Paris starting November 10, while Japanese availability begins two days later on November 12.

A video posted on Supreme's Instagram account features clips of the band's previous mosh-pit-fueled shows. The scenes are juxtaposed with the band and frontman Tom Araya donning a rare black box logo tee. "So much aggression, so much pleasure, so much blood," a voiceover says.

Supreme is known for its high-profile, and sometimes surprising, collaborations with musicians.

In the past, Supreme has also partnered with artists like Neil Young and Morrissey, although the latter quickly distanced himself from the brand.

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