Wednesday 13 July 2016

Alice Cooper shows horror roots for Fright-Rags Shirts and posters

Alice Cooper is no stranger to horror movies. Not only does his influential brand of shock rock draw heavily from the genre, but Cooper provided the fan-favorite theme song from Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives and appeared in such films as Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, Prince of Darkness, and Dark Shadows.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is showing his horror roots by teaming up with Fright-Rags to release a line of exclusive apparel. The Alice Cooper Collection is on sale now at

Artists Gary Pullin and Kyle Crawford each pay tribute to Cooper's history with Jason Voorhees. Pullin's art is available on unisex shirts, girls shirts, tank tops, and screen-printed posters (limited to 150), while Crawford's design comes on unisex shirts, girls shirts, and baseball tees.

The other shirts honor Cooper's classic songs while embracing his signature style: Welcome to My Nightmare (with art by Geoff May), Feed My Frankenstein (by Scarecrowoven), Teenage Frankenstein (by Gary Pullin), and Psycho Ward (by Christopher Franchi).

Fright-Rags also recently released new Jaws shirts to kick off beach season. You'll find these and many more at

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