Heavy metal lovers will soon be able to their Metallica fandom with a watch line coming out this fall. Photo from left to right are the members of James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett, Robert Trujillo and Lars Ulrich.
Heavy metal lovers will soon be able to their Metallica fandom with a watch line coming out this fall.
“We are stoked to announce our newest collaboration: the @Nixon’s x Metallica hardcore collection is now available for pre-order on Metallica.com. ⌚️ #nixonxmetallica,” the band said in a Monday Instagram post.
Metallica — consisting of members Kirk Hammett, James Hetfield, Robert Trujillo and Lars Ulrich — says online fans can snap up the watches on Nov. 5.
We are stoked to announce our newest collaboration: the @Nixon’s x Metallica hardcore collection is now available for pre-order on Metallica.com. ⌚️ #nixonxmetallica
The group had only praise for the view of a company on a Monday message.
“They are the perfect partner for our … independent and unique, with a focus on creativity and quality, and we look forward to working with them again since our first experience back in 2010, when we teamed up for a series of limited edition version of the rocker watches with old guitar straps and leather jackets of various ‘Tallica members to make watch bands (with proceeds going to the Musicians Assistance Program),” the band said.
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From left to right: the Time of the Counter is “Ride the Lightning” watch ($125), the 51-30 “Master of Puppets” watch ($500) and the hour Pushead watch ($125).
There are nine watches in all, with varying prices. Four of the time teller watches, model with names like “Ride the Lightning” and “Kill Them All,” go for $125.
A Sentry Doctrine, “Seek & Destroy” watch goes for $200. Both the Sentry Leather “Black Album” watch, and a Corporal SS “…And Justice for All” watch costs $250 a pop.
The line also features two 51-30 watches. One of them, the 51-30 “Master of Puppets” version costs $500 and echoes of works of art from the 1986 album of the same name.
The other, the 51-30 Tide Ltd “Sanatarium” model, costs $750. The band says that it is a “very limited edition collectible.”