80s Iron Maiden Killers Tour Metal Distressed t-shirt Medium

$599.99 USD

Chest 18 in.

Length 25.5 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Tour Sportswear

This awesome concert tee pays tribute to Iron Maiden and it features the same graphic that was used for the cover of the band's second studio album, Killers. This was the band's first album to feature Adrian Smith on guitar, and the last to feature vocalist Paul Di'Anno. Released in 1981, this album reached number twelve on the UK charts and kickstarted one of the band's most successful eras. The record's promotional tour, which was dubbed the Killer World Tour, saw the group perform in the US for the first time, starting with a show in Las Vegas where they opened for Judas Priest.

From there, Iron Maiden's popularity continued to grow. Their next release, The Number of the Beast, became their first album to top the UK charts. This album also spawned one of their most beloved singles, "Run to the Hills", and the record's subsequent world tour saw them performing 188 shows in just 10 months. However around this time, Iron Maiden wasn't just attracting attention for their awesome music. They also caught the attention of American conservative groups that tried to argue the band was promoting anti-Christian values, a claim which only seemed to make the band more popular among heavy metal fans.

The tag says large but this shirt fits like a modern unisex adult medium. This shirt is soft and distressed with large holes on the front, see pics.