Supreme‘s latest project comes in the form of a collaboration with American thrash metal band Slayer. Formed in Huntington Park, California in 1981 by Jeff Hanneman, Kerry King, Tom Araya and Dave Lombardo, the group started off by playing cover songs at parties, as well as clubs. They then went on to record their first studio album titled Show No Mercy with no budget, which propelled their popularity to a new level. The aggressive and creative nature in all facets of their artistry has allowed the band to create twelve albums and sell 20 million records. For this collection with Supreme, we are treated to a comprehensive lineup of an M-65 jacket, coaches jacket, sweater, waffle Thermal, hooded sweatshirt, crewneck, sweatpants, four graphic tees and a 5-panel hat. Highlight pieces include a snow camo jacket with an inconspicuous Slayer graphic emblazoned on the back, as well as a selection of tees with four different graphics incorporated on them.
The collection will be available at Supreme’s physical and online stores from November 10, while Japan will see a November 12 release.
Check out the images above and head over here to learn more about Slayer.