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10 Vintage Tees Featuring Menacing Metal Mascots

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10 Vintage Tees Featuring Menacing Metal Mascots

1. Allister Fiend

Alister Fiend

He’s listed as a narrator on Shout at the Devil, but his origins remain somewhat of a mystery. Feel free to remove him from your list of potential babysitters.

available at: stormcrow

2. Vic Rattlehead

Vic Rattlehead

With his eyes covered, mouth wired shut and ears capped, he embodies, “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.” Vic is short for victim. His surname comes from Mustaine’s mother warning him that his headbanging would impair his brain function. He probably should have listened to her.

available at: BWC

3. Eddie aka Eddie the Head

Eddie The Head

The hardest working metal mascot in show business. He’s showcased at every concert, has had numerous incarnations as an action figure and starred in his own video game. Not to mention he’s embroiled the band in numerous controversies, aka publicity. All hail the king.

courtesy: fatandyz

4. Snaggletooth aka War Pig

Snaggletooth

This is what happens when you cross a gorilla with a wolf, a dog and then add boars for good measure. Seriously, that was the inspiration. There hasn’t been a new version of War Pig since 2007 when the original artist refused to give any more head.

available at: NGTDA

5. Jack O Latern

Jack O Latern

Just try to smash this guy the day after Halloween.

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6. Manowarrior

Manowarrior

Voted best metal mascot body by US Weekly. An obvious practitioner of P666X.

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7. Murray

Murray

Devil horns: check. Demonic stare: check. Intimidating physique: check. Badass name forged in the depths of hell: fail.

available at: malayavintagejunkie

8. OD (Our Dude)

OD

A gas-masked mutant from a barren wasteland. AKA Arizona.

available at: BWC

9. Not Man

Not Man

The only metal mascot bold enough to rock a mustache decades before hipsters brought it back.

available at: stormcrow

10. Sargent D

Sargent D

The band Stormtroopers of Death was inspired by Scott Ian’s doodles of Sargent D. In other words, Ian was fantasizing about another mascot while he was with Not Man.

courtesy: heavysoul

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