I’m not metal enough for True Destoryer Clothing

by Andy on September 18, 2012

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Just FYI, the alternate title to this post was “True Destroyer Clothing: For people that like boobs on tees”

True Destroyer Clothing have a pretty interesting concept, each of their designs are influenced/inspired by songs by bands, in the case of their current lineup (which are also available as tank tops) it’s ‘Angel of Death’ by Slayer (who I have seen, so I do have a touch of musical credibility), ‘Machete Twins’ by Pig Destroyer, and ‘The Destroying Angel’ by Anaal Nathrakh. I’ve probably heard ‘Angel of Death’ before but not the other two, but that doesn’t really matter since it adds more of a hidden meaning to the designs that being something that they’re completely reliant upon.

The designs aren’t really for me, and that’s fine, there’s a lot of stuff out there that isn’t for me. I do find it a little odd that all three of the designs have ‘destroyer’ written around the edge of the design when the brand is called ‘The True Destroyer’, and the printed tag in the shirts just says ‘Destroyer’ too, it’s a little confusing, so early in a brand it’s hard to get one name out there, so two is even harder. As usual it would be great to see the actual shirts as well instead of just the mockups to get across how it looks on a shirt. Other than those niggles I’m pretty impressed with TDC since they’re pretty new on the scene and clearly trying hard. Any of you metalheads out there into this?

  • The True Destroyer

    Thanks for the post!

    Just to address your discrepancies:

    The seemingly convoluted brand name is a reference to the Black Metal band ‘Mayhem’ a.k.a. ‘The True Mayhem’.

    I regularly post actual product photos at http://www.facebook.com/TheTrueDestroyer and if you click ‘like’ on the page you will be entered into a monthly giveaway competition!

    Thanks again!


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