VENOM: Official 'Black Metal' Latex Mask Released

August 3, 2015

Wrought from the inner circles of Hell and the twisted talent of sculptor Rick Fisher, SikRik Masks announces the release of the official VENOM "Black Metal" latex mask. For the first time ever, you can possess the diabolical incarnation of the iconic VENOM "Black Metal" album cover.

This malevolent mask captures the wicked expression of the Devil's piercing eyes and knowing smirk, topped with gnarly horns and an embossed VENOM logo rocking the back of his head.

Rick Fisher has sculpted officially licensed pieces for MOTÖRHEAD, DEVO, GG Allin, Jeff Clayton of ANTISEEN, and more.

SikRik Masks is making this deviant collectible slice of VENOM merchandise available by mail order worldwide. Order yours here.






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