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Vault Of Dried Bones releases this exclusive design for THE RUINS OF BEVERAST. Illustration by M.S. of Human Agony. Printed with metallic bronze plastisol ink. Strictly limited and only available from Vault Of Dried Bones.
“Dreams within dreams: Black Death Cult is a reality-cleaving existential nightmare curated by Canadian artist and musician Timothy Grieco, otherwise known from Antediluvian and Revenge.” – The difference between BLACK DEATH CULT and ANTEDILUVIAN is that the latter always has … Continue reading →
MONARQUE — VASSAL DES ENFERS SWEATSHIRT In conspiracy with Les Productions Hérétiques, Vault Of Dried Bones releases this exclusive design for long standing Québécois black metal legion Monarque. Demonic illustration by M.S. / @abomination.malleo of Human Agony. Printed with white … Continue reading →
IMPRECATION — THORNS OF HATE T-SHIRT In support of the long standing, ancient death metal legion IMPRECATION, VAULT OF DRIED BONES releases a new and exclusive design illustrated by M.S. of HUMAN AGONY. Strictly limited and only available from Vault … Continue reading →
GENOCIDE SHRINES — TANTRAVIOLENCE T-SHIRT New and exclusive design supporting GENOCIDE SHRINES. Artwork by M.S. of HUMAN AGONY. Strictly limited and only available from Vault Of Dried Bones.
In conspiracy with SERPENTS HEAD REPRISAL and DARKNESS ATTACK, VAULT OF DRIED BONES releases new ABYSMAL LORD merchandise to coincide with their new EP titled CATHEDRAL. CATHEDRAL comprises of 5 tracks of utter blasphemy in the style they have come … Continue reading →
For the first time, these classic designs supporting AZARATH’s first three albums are available on the opposing continent. DEMON SEED, INFERNAL BLASTING and DIABOLIC IMPIOUS EVIL are strictly limited to 50 units each. European customers are encouraged to shop at … Continue reading →
Previously only available to New Zealand and surrounding areas, the DEVOURER tank top design has made it’s way to North American soil. Artwork by Nether Temple Design and Brian van der Pol.