Red Front print
Black t-shirt
Sizes S-XXXL

Pre-order from 18 November 2022 to 2 December 2022.
Sent out / available for pick up instore end of December 2022.
(We hope we’re able to recieve prior to Christmas for pick up instore if needed for presents but unable to guarantee due to the time of year.)

To celebrate #ausmusictshirtday on Friday 18 November, we’re launching this Hellmenn t-shirt preorder with all profits being donated to Support Act who are celebrating their 25th Anniversary!

Australian skate-punk/hardcore band, active since 1986. Hellmenn came blasting out of Sydney’s northern beaches skate punk scene like a rocket from the tombs of hell. The bands fierce sound mixed Black Flag with Black Sabbath by the way of an environmental manifesto. The Bands original image was of a drug-crazed surf punks looking for good times and loud rock’n’roll, which said more about a desire to create mayhem as opposed to creating great art. On the otherhand, singer Ben Brown was also well known for his grotesque, demented artwork which was an extension of the bands frantic approach to music making.

Support Act:
Support Act is the music industry’s charity, delivering crisis relief services to musicians, managers, crew and music workers across all genres who are unable to work due to ill health, injury, a mental health problem or some other crisis, such as COVID-19. Funeral support is also available so that music industry workers who have passed can be farewelled with dignity.

The Support Act Wellbeing Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7 counselling service for anyone working in Australian music or the arts. It’s supplemented by the LGBTQI+ Support Line, First Nations Support Line, Manager Support Hotline and Sexual Health and Safety Support Line, all accessed by calling 1800 959 500.


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