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METALLICA Kill 'Em All Jump In The Fire Official T-Shirt View larger

METALLICA Kill 'Em All Jump In The Fire Official T-Shirt
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METALLICA Jump In The Fire  Kill 'Em All
format :  Official t-shirt
weight : 185gr/m2
textile : 100% Cotton
color of t-shirt : White
print : Front&Back
release : 2019

METALLICA Jump In The Fire  Kill 'Em All
format :  Official t-shirt
weight : 185gr/m2
textile : 100% Cotton
color of t-shirt : White
print : Front&Back
release : 2019

"Jump in the Fire" is a song by American heavy metal band Metallica. It was released as the second and final single from their debut album, Kill 'Em All. The single was accompanied by fake live performances of "Phantom Lord" and "Seek & Destroy" which were alternate studio recordings with sounds of a crowd overdubbed in.
Alongside "Hit the Lights" and "No Remorse", "Jump in the Fire" is one of Metallica's first original songs, having been included on Ron McGovney's '82 Garage demo, an unreleased recording. The original lyrics and content, which dealt with sex, were written by Dave Mustaine in his former band Panic at the age of 16. The original version that Mustaine introduced to Hetfield and Ulrich upon joining Metallica was raw. The three worked together on refining the song and the final outcome is what is heard on the demo. However, much like the events surrounding "The Four Horsemen", new lyrics were written by James Hetfield upon Mustaine's departure from Metallica. The new lyrics revolve around people being damned to Hell and therefore "jumping in the fire." Lars Ulrich claims that they had written the song to sound like "Run to the Hills" by Iron Maiden, which was popular at the time.Current live performances since 2004 are in D standard tuning, as opposed to the E standard tuning of earlier live performances.
The single sleeve artwork depicts a red-skinned demonic creature basking in flames. This artwork copies the Demon off the cover of Graham Mastertons' 1978 novel, The Devils of D-Day (Sphere, 1979 edition), painted by Les Edwards. In 2009, a collectible action figure of this character was released by MediCom Toy Inc. With an original retail price of $99.99, the approximately 12-inch (30.48 cm) tall figure is limited to 1,000 pieces and sold as an online exclusive.

Outer material: 100% cotton
- with front and back print
- round neck
- half-length sleeve
The product is original official.

High-quality t-shirt.
Double stitching around the neck and sleeves.
Fit standard. High quality large prints.

The dimensions are approximate.
We assume  that the real ones can be about
+/- 2% different from the ones listed above.

The materials we use have the following certifications:

przyjazny dla człowiekaThe prodct is harmless for men.

bezpieczny dla dzieckaThe product is harmless for kids.

tekstylia godne zaufaniaTrustworthy textiles, tested on harmful substance.

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BEFORE BUYING ! Please check availability SIZE T-SHIRT

Please note, that this is an European sizing in cm .

BEFORE BUYING PLEASE CHECK THE SIZE !!!

SIZE               WIDTH [A cm]       LENGTH [B cm]
S                      46                             70
M                      51                             73
L                       56                             75
XL                     61                             77
XXL                   66                             79
XXXL                 71                             82
XXXXL               76                             84
XXXXXL             81                             86

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