Vintage "Pushead" 1991 Metallica Sad But True T-Shirt. This collectible Vintage 1991 Metallica Sad But True Vintage will be a great addition to any fan's collection. The vintage design is sure to stand out and its timeless quality will make it a standout item for years to come. Holes, destressing, discoloration and other wear, does not make the item eligible for discounting, on the contrary, It tells an authentic story!
Pushead, is an American graphic artist. He is best known for his album covers and other merchandise for bands in the hardcore punk and heavy metal genres.
His artwork, often featuring gruesome depictions of skeletons and corpses, first gained popularity in the skateboarding world due to his artwork being printed as skateboard deck graphics for the company Zorlac starting circa 1981 and continued for nearly a decade. His artwork was also noted by artists in the early hardcore and thrash metal scenes in the 1980s, and later by musicians in several other genres. He has designed album covers, T-shirts, posters, and other merchandise for musicians including Metallica, Misfits, Travis Barker, Kool Keith, and many others. He has also designed for the skateboarding subculture, including regular items associated with Thrasher magazine.
"Sad but True" is a song by American heavy metal band Metallica. It was released in February 1993 as the fifth and final single from their 1991 The Black Album . The music video for the single was released in October 1992.
The Black Album is the fifth studio album by Metallica. It was released on August 12, 1991, by Elektra Records. Recording sessions took place at One on-One Studio in Los Angeles over an eight-month span that frequently found Metallica at odds with their new producer Bob Rock. The album marked a change in the band's music from the thrash metal style of their previous four albums to a slower, heavier, and more refined sound.