Growing up here in the Inland Empire, there was this kid named Mark who would pretty much do anything you dared him to do. He was crushing soda cans on his forehead in 7th grade and moved on to gnarlier stuff once we got to high school.
I haven't seen Mark in a while, but this shirt kinda looks like him. Except he wasn't made of 100% cotton and didn't have two sick Metal Mulisha logos on his body. Also, you couldn't wear him as a shirt. But other than that, it's like the spitting image of good ol' Mark.
What do you do when your Metal Mulisha logo file is corrupted, but not to the point where it's completely unusable? You get creative and put it on a shirt and call it "Slash"!
When people ask what's up with that, just put on a top hat and play some air guitar. Get it? Slash.
Cheat Death Short Sleeve
Electric bolts, a skull inside of a decaying spiderweb and pointy lettering. What more do you want on a shirt? Cheat Death anytime you want with this badass short sleeve shirt!
Gutter Short Sleeve
There are two types of gutters in this world: the noun at the bottom of a sidewalk and the verb describing the one who guts. Now there's a third gutter. This shirt that comes in red or black. Which is your favorite? Collect them all!
Shatter Short Sleeve
Don't wear this shirt during the week. Only wear it on Shatterday.
We took a sick piece of artwork and then made it look like it's been shattered and then we called it the Shatter shirt. Not much thinking went into it, really. The name, not the design.
Last Rites Short Sleeve
Last Rites are the last prayers and ministrations given to an individual of the faith, when possible, shortly before death. They may be administered to those awaiting execution, mortally injured, or terminally ill.
So.....if you're of the faith and awaiting execution, this is a perfect shirt for you.
If you're of the faith and mortally injured, same thing -- what size are you?
If you're of the faith and terminally ill, I'd wear the white one over the black one.
Overall, it's a pretty macabre interpretation of a shirt, I guess.