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After the release of their sophomore album in 1988, Death Angel, the Bay Area thrash band founded in 1982, were signed by major label Geffen. The band's debut for their new label home was 1990's aptly titled Act III. They hit the studio with Max Norma, who had previously worked with Ozzy, Megadeth, and more, and came out with what many fans agree to be their finest work. While the band was touring in support of the record and selling out shows, they sadly got in a bus accident and eventually decided to break up because of it. This original Death Angel shirt, nicely worn and faded with a few light marks and spots, is from the band's 1989 tour leading up to their Geffen debut Act III.
Dimensions: 22.75" Wide by 24" Long
Tag Size: XL
Country of Origin: Made in U.S.A.