CORROSION OF CONFORMITY's Iconic Logo Realized As Solid Sterling Silver Ring

CORROSION OF CONFORMITY's Iconic Logo Realized As Solid Sterling Silver Ring

U.K.-based alternative jewelry company Seventh Circle Artworks has collaborated with American rockers CORROSION OF CONFORMITY on a limited release of their iconic logo, realized as a solid sterling silver ring.

Alex from Seventh Circle Artworks comments: "We have spoken to Woodroe [CORROSION OF CONFORMITY guitarist Woody Weatherman] a few times over the past couple of years about collaborating. Then when they announced their headline slot at this year's Desertfest London with the classic 'Deliverance' lineup, our schedules aligned.

"Their logo is as iconic to punks and metal heads alike for over 30 years; we had to turn it into a jewelry piece!"

The official CORROSION OF CONFORMITY ring is handcrafted in solid sterling silver at the Seventh Circle Artworks workshop in London, and launches on August 22. It's limited to 200 numbered pieces, and comes in a black embossed presentation box. The first 20 orders will receive a CORROSION OF CONFORMITY print by top rock photographer Marie Korner, and signed by the entire band.

The official CORROSION OF CONFORMITY ring is the latest in a string of music collaborations, including band pieces for SAINT VITUS, CANDLEMASS, and EYEHATEGOD, alongside some individual designs from Cristina Scabbia (LACUNA COIL), Michel "Away" Langevin (VOIVOD) and Carla Harvey (BUTCHER BABIES).

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