BLACK SABBATH Collaborates With Supreme On Spring Clothing Line

BLACK SABBATH Collaborates With Supreme On Spring Clothing Line

New York skate label Supreme has collaborated with heavy metal legends BLACK SABBATH on a spring clothing line. The collection includes a denim trucker jacket adorned with the cover of SABBATH's 1970 self-titled debut, a hooded parka, a hooded sweatshirt, a crewneck sweatshirt, a long-sleeve t-shirt, four t-shirt options, baseball caps, a rug by Japan's Gallery1950, and a hockey jersey featuring typography taken from the band's fourth album, "Vol. 4".

Watch for the Supreme x Black Sabbath collection to drop Thursday, March 31 in New York, London, Paris, Los Angeles and online, while Japanese fans will receive the range on April 2.

For more information and pictures of the entire collection, visit

BLACK SABBATH isn't new to fashion collaborations, having previously partnered with Converse.

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