90s Skinny Puppy Last Rights 1992 Album t-shirt Extra Large
Chest 22.5 in.
Length 26.5 in.
Content: 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: Hanes
This cool double-sided shirt is for the Canadian industrial noise band Skinny Puppy and it celebrates their seventh studio album Last Rights which was released in 1992. The album received positive reviews and it is the only album from the band to top the Billboard 200 charts. Alternative Press named Last Rights one of the best albums of the 90s, but its production saw a lot of conflict within the group and the album's subsequent promotional tour was Skinny Puppy's last for twelve years. Band members cEvin Key and Dwayne Goettel felt that vocalist Nivek Ogre was more invested in his solo career than the band, and Ogre's drug abuse did nothing to ease tensions.
Ogre checked himself into rehab, following the album's release and he remained clean for the promotional tour. The tour was the band's most ambitious and prop heavy to date. The two main prop elements included a virtual reality machine and a spinning display of severed heads called the Tree of No Cares. The virtual reality machine was meant to represent Ogre's addiction and it would mutate him over the course of the show.
Fits like a modern unisex adult Extra Large