Megadeth Collaborate With Clocks and Colours For “Vic Rattlehead” Ring

The piece is appropriately made of hand-crafted heavy metal

Thrash metal titans Megadeth have collaborated with jewelry designer Clocks and Colours on an official ring that features their skeletal mascot, Vic Rattlehead. The piece is appropriately made of hand-crafted heavy metal – sterling silver. Check out images of the Vic Rattlehead ring below.

The piece is available for purchase now HERE.

With a visor bolted over his eyes, his mouth clamped shut, and his ears covered with metal caps, Vic Rattlehead has been an ever-present symbol of repression and censorship in Megadeth’s iconic album artwork for nearly four decades.

Megadeth recently wrapped up their massive Metal Tour of the Year with Lamb of God, Trivium, and Hatebreed. The band is currently working on a brand new studio album. Their last effort, 2016’s Dystopia, peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on Billboard Top Rock Albums.

Clocks and Colours was born on the North American Frontier — a wild place, untamed and alluring. Our collections draw on images of this powerful landscape and the rugged back roads that cut through it. The resulting pieces are downright defiant and look best gripping tight on the throttle.

Each sterling silver ring, pendant and bracelet is designed in Toronto, Canada and hand-carved in Bali by master silversmiths. With the quality to survive bar fights and uncontrolled skids, each piece is a statement that you are just as untameable as the boondocks and badlands you hail from.

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