This is a high quality denim jacket made of the best quality material for denim – 100% cotton and suitably thick and durable – and comes with metal buttons too. This jacket has a logo print on the front and there’s the killer artwork print on the back that’s made by Alex Tartsus. You can use it as it is or make your own battle jacket out of it.
Sizes for reference –
Small: Chest 18″ / Length 25″
Medium: Chest 20″ / Length 26″
Large: Chest 22″ / Length 27″
Extra Large: Chest 24″ / Length 28″
Extra Extra Large: Chest 26″ / Length 29″
Extra Extra Extra Large: Chest 28″ / Length 30″
It is better to order more than one product to save on shipping costs. Orders of over 1 kg will be automatically upgraded to DHL/UPS Express shipping method.
Shipping Date – 13th January 2023
Leper Colony is the new death metal band involving Marc Grewe (Morgoth) and Rogga Johansson (Paganizer) and they’ve done their best to ensure that the music has all the undiluted appeal of the classic albums of Death, Massacre, Morgoth and the like. This is an absolute riff-fest, with every song adding a different dimension of that classic sound which is imbued with that irresistible thrash fervour. Rogga Johansson may have written his most diverse album and on his part, Marc Grewe has given a spirited performance with a lot of variation in this delivery. Both of them have made sure that despite being rooted in the old school sound, the music here is entertaining enough to not only satiate the nostalgic audience but also find appeal among the newer death metal listeners. This is an interesting take on the style that’s more than just imitation and it doesn’t hurt that it’s incredibly catchy while being structured at the same time. Fans of thrashy, pulsating, old school death metal shouldn’t pass up on this under any circumstances.
For fans of: Death, Morgoth, Asphyx, Pestilence, Slayer, Massacre, Cancer
Line up –
Marc Grewe (ex-Morgoth) – Vocals
Rogga Johansson (Paganizer) – Guitars, Bass
Jon Skäre – Drums
Artwork by Alex Tartsus (De Profundis, Depravity)
Logo by Dipayan Das