Cro-Mags released Alpha Omega, their third album, in 1992. The band had formed in the early 80s but really took off with the release of their debut LP, The Age Of Quarrel, in 1986. That record solidified their spot in the hardcore hall of fame and helped cement the sound of what hardcore from New York should sound like and how it should present itself. Alpha Omega saw the band reunite with singer John Joseph and try some new styles out, most notably the rapping in "Eyes Of Tomorrow." These vintage Cro-Mags patches are from the Alpha Omega era. The logo patch is iron on and album patch is sew on.