You now have the option to brand your steak or favorite meat using a SLAYER branding iron
The SLAYER meat brander will make you a hit at your next cookout or party by allowing you to sear the band’s logo onto your ordinary grilled meats.
The meat brander, which is currently on pre-order from SLAYER‘s official webstore for $75, will begin shipping in mid-October.
In 2018, Global Merchandising unveiled that they had achieved sales exceeding $25 million through licensed merchandise featuring the SLAYER name, trademarks, logos, and likenesses.
Before this, Global Merchandising had authorized the use of SLAYER for various consumer items, including a range of kimonos from Tatami Fightwear, a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu brand, as well as jigsaw puzzles and action figures.
Towards the end of 2019, just before the final phase of SLAYER‘s farewell tour began, Barry Drinkwater, the co-founder of Bravado and current head of Global Merchandising, informed Pollstar that merchandise linked to the iconic band, valued at over $10 million, had already been sold during the farewell tour up to that point.
In late 2019, the heavy metal world was shaken by the announcement of SLAYER‘s retirement, marking the end of an era for one of the genre’s most iconic bands. Known for their aggressive sound, unapologetic lyrics, and unparalleled stage presence, the band had left an indelible mark on the music landscape. But why did they choose to bow out at the peak of their influence and popularity?
The group’s decision to retire was not driven by a single factor, but rather a culmination of reasons that reflected the band’s evolution and the changing landscape of the music industry.
SLAYER‘s retirement marked the end of an era for thrash metal. Their decision was likely influenced by a combination of factors including their legacy, personal considerations, industry changes, and a desire to exit on a high note. As fans mourned the end of this iconic chapter, they were left with the enduring legacy of the band’s music that continues to inspire and resonate with generations of metalheads.
But hey! They have a meat brander! So that’s something.