To celebrate the release of Jam Baxter's latest album, we have just dropped a couple of new pieces of merch to give you the full Obscure Liqueurs experience. First up we've got the Obscure Liqueurs sweatshirt, which features the awesome album artwork, as designed by Jenna Andreotti. It's 100% cotton and is limited to a run of 50, so get a move on if you want one. They are available to order now over at the shop.
Then next, we have the official O.L. scarf, which comes with a double-sided design and measures just under 1.5m long, for that maximum neck warmth. Limited to 100, they're available to order now via the shop.
Epic scenes emerged from the Cult on Friday, as we unveiled the latest instalment of sweg drenched visuals from COTD. Not content with bringing one new track to the table, the gang released a double-whammy of a video, featuring TWO brand new songs. And what with Christmas fast approaching, we thought we'd make it an extended family affair, as CLBRKS joins in with the merriment. The video comes courtesy of Lee Scott and Honey JD. Gung Foo is produced by Lee Scott, Jack Chard and Bisk, and Worship features production from Lee and Jack. The tracks are lifted from the forthcoming COTD project, The Church Of; more new on that soon.
As well as the two singles, we've also released two new bits of clothing as accompanying merch, including a Gung Foo hoodie and a Worship t-shirt. Both items are limited edition, so get a move on if you want to cop one (or both!).
What better way to push back against the big grey days that have seemingly taken over our lives, than with a new range of sweg drenched t-shirts. There are a total of four new designs on offer, kicking off with the official MANNYFORNIA tee, in honour of Black Josh's most recent album. It features the album artwork on the front, with the tracklist on the reverse. They're available now over at the shop.
Next up we've got a fersh FUNKADELIA design for you acid freaks and hippy kids out there. A take on the old Funkadelic designs of yesteryear, it's the perfect way to remind your parents of when they used to be cool. It comes in white, with that striking design on the reverse and a Blah Records motif on the front. They're available now from the store.
The next new design is a homage to the Extreme Championship Wrestling ogo, complete with barbed wire fill. It comes in black with a potent pink Blah logo on the front, representing BCW. They're also available over at the shop.
And finally, we've got the Blah Paint Drip t-shirt. This one features a small Blah logo on the middle of the chest and a large Blah Jar design on the reverse, complete with paint drips. It's available in burgundy and you can cop them over at the store right now.
It's been a while since we hit you with a merch drop and what with the summer finally showing its face, we figure now is the perfect time to get a new line out.
First up we have the official Blah Football Shirt, which features the Blah logo on the breast and every 90's dad's favourite brand of cigs on the main front section. It's available exclusively to Cult Members until 1 July and then the rest of you mere mortals will be able to get your hands on one.
Next up we have a new Cult of The Damned hoodie, emblazoned with the COTD logo on the front and the 'IT'S THEM!' design on the back (see photos below). It's a limited run of 200 and again it's only available to Cult Members until 1 July. Available to order here.
And last but definitely not least, we have the very timely and some would argue essential, Cult of The Damned face masks. As you can see from the photo below, the masks come with the logo on the front and they are totally washable/reusable. They're available now for everyone, more info and orders can be found here.
It's been a while since we treated you to some new COTD material, so today we bring you a brand new video from the crew, plus some merch and vinyl news.
OFFIE is the first we've heard from the Cult since their 2018 album, but as you will see and hear, they have lost none of that unbridled raw sweg energy in the interim. Featuring Lee, Milk, Barebase, Shakes, Grubb, Sly Moon and Salar, plus some suitably gritty production from Lee and Wholesome Fun, this is COTD in their purest form.
The video was released to coincide with the new COTD vinyl that has just gone up for pre-order, as well as a new logo tee, which you can see in the video being worn to devastating effect. Both the vinyl and t-shirt are available to order now.
It's been a little while since we blessed you with some merch and we know how you're always fiendin' for anything new and Cult, so today we have dropped a fresh Cross Face hoodie to satisfy your cravings. The hoodie comes in a faded dark grey and features the iconic Lee Scott cross face logo, embroidered on to the chest. There's also further detail on the arm, which you can see below. Orders for the limited edition run of 60 are available now over at the shop and the hoodies will be shipping from 31 January.
Christmas might be over, but that doesn't mean you can't still treat yourself to a gift, like one of the super sweg new pieces of clothing we've just launched. There are three new items available, kicking off with the Cult of the Damned 'Civilised' hoodie. As you can see from the photos, the hoodie comes in black with a red cult movie poster style design on the back, featuring one of Barebase's immortal lines and the full cast list from Civilised.
The hoodies are limited to 200 and are already flying off the shelves, so be quick if you want to bag one. We have also dropped two new Blah Jar rugby shirts in Navy and Striped versions which initially are available exclusively for Cult Members, with a full release following on 31 January. You can find out more about Cult Membership here.
Merry Christmas from the Cult. We hope you all had a suitably sweg filled day yesterday and knocked back a few (sw)eggnogs with the fam. Just a quick update for anyone waiting for their hat(s) to be delivered - we received the shipment on Monday and so all outstanding orders will be mailed out to you after the Christmas mayhem has died down. Thanks for your patience and see you in 2020.