90s Iron Maiden No Prayer For the Dying Tour t-shirt Medium
Chest 19 in.
Length 24 in.
Content: 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: Unbranded
This awesome vintage concert tee is for the heavy metal band Iron Maiden from their 1990 No Prayer For the Dying Tour. The tour was launched to promote the band's eighth studio album of the same name. This album marked the band's first line-up change since 1982, as guitarist Adrian Smith departed after becoming unhappy with the musical direction of the album. He was replaced by Janick Gers who had previously worked with the bands Gillan and White Spirit. The album strayed away from the keyboard and synthesizer heavy sounds of their last two releases. It also shifted its lyrical focus from literary and historical themes to more political content with songs like "Holy Smoke" which centered around religious exploitation and "Public Enema Number One" which revolved around social concerns.
The front of this shirt features Iron Maiden's iconic skeleton mascot known as Eddie, who was created by English illustrator Derek Riggs and first appeared on the cover of the band's debut album. The back of the shirt reads "Shoot that Fokker" likely in reference to No Prayer For the Dying's opening track "Tailgunner" which includes the lyrics "Nail that fokker".
The tag says large but this shirt fits like a modern unisex adult medium