Metal Up Your Ass was what Metallica originally intended to title their debut album. At that point, in 1983, Metallica was in their earliest incarnation. They had only formed two years earlier. Dave Mustaine was still on guitar and Ron McGovney was still on bass (Mustaine was kicked out of the band after recording and went on to form Megadeath, and McGovney was replaced shortly after by Cliff Burton). However, the band couldn't get the record title OKed by their label. Metallica subsequently changed its title to something that we all now know: Kill 'Em All. This vintage Metallica shirt from 1994, nicely worn and faded in great condition, is a reprint of the vetoed album art from their debut. Fits like an XL but please refer to our measurements for exact sizing.