New KING DIAMOND Merchandise now available: coffee mug, pint, glass, and more
- October 3rd, 2012 –
King Diamond fans, rejoice! Metal Blade Records has teamed up with the infamous master of metal himself, KING DIAMOND, to unleash a brand new official website and line of official merchandise. KingDiamondCoven.com is the new go-to spot for all things KING DIAMOND and MERCYFUL FATE; there you will find all the latest news, videos, photos, tour dates, discography, and more! In the brand new official web store, items ranging from t-shirts, hoodies, gym shorts, and bootie shorts, to items like beanies, sweat cuffs, and backpacks are currently available for preorder with more items set to be added each month! Designs will cover KING DIAMOND’s entire catalog, not just the Metal Blade releases, so be sure to head over to KingDiamondStore.com (European fans go HERE) to check out current designs available for preorder and be sure to check back every few weeks for new designs and exclusive items including limited items that once sold out, will not be made again. The latest batch of editions to the store include a medallion necklace, wine glass, coffee mug, shot glass, “Abigail” hoodie, a patch, and a limited edition orange-on-black King Diamond logo shirt that will ONLY be available from now through Halloween! The new items can be seen in the store here: http://www.indiemerch.com/kingdiamond.
Metal Blade Records’ team has been working tirelessly around the clock with the King himself to bring his devoted fans high quality and highly demanded merchandise; gone are the days of having to pay too much money for low quality bootlegged merch! All items are being made with the upmost care to design and quality, worthy of even the most devout fans celebrated collection.
In other KING DIAMOND news; King recently took a trip out to Southern California to be a guest on the 11 season of VH1 Classic’s “That Metal Show” with hosts Eddie Trunk, Jim Florentine, and Don Jamieson. The episode aired on VH1 Classic on Saturday, September 8 and can be streamed online now at vh1.com HERE.