The Left for Dead ring is available now

Clocks and Colours Memphis May Fire ring
Memphis May Fire’s Matty Mullins, Left for Dead Ring [Clocks and Colours]

Jewelry and lifestyle designer Clocks + Colours have revealed a new collaboration with metalcore juggernauts Memphis May Fire. The result is the “Left for Dead” ring, a cuban link chain-inspired piece that features a 3-D skull as the centerpiece. The band’s logo is inscribed on the inside. The sterling silver piece retails for $160 USD. Fans can order the ring now HERE.

Check out more photos below.

“We’re amped to finally launch the Left for Dead ring with the boys from Memphis May Fire,” Clocks + Colours said. “We’ve been blasting their music for years, and they’ve been big supporters of ours for a long time. Frontman Matty Mullins and the boys have been proudly rocking C+ C jewelry for years. So it was only fitting we finally linked up for a collaboration.”

Memphis May Fire’s Matty Mullins adds, “I may be biased, but I think it’s the coolest ring I’ve ever seen. Catch me rocking it every day, forever.”

Clocks + Colours have been creating hand-crafted heavy metal jewelry for nearly a decade. More recently, they’ve expanded their brand to include sunglasses, hats, shirts, knives, cologne, and much more. In the past, they’ve collaborated with other rock artists like Avenged SevenfoldMegadeth, blink-182’s Travis Barker, Every Time I Die, and more.

Memphis May Fire came out with their seventh studio album Remade in Misery last June. Released through their longtime label Rise Records, the album was produced by guitarist Kellen McGregor. The follow-up to 2018’s Broken, it was the largest gap between albums in the band’s career, and a return to their signature metalcore sound.