With the ongoing global pandemic, face masks are an essential. There was even a shortage of face masks once upon a time ago due to panic buying. As it is a part of us today, why not turn it into a fashion statement? The rock scene has released merchandises that are beyond the boring ol’ t-shirts. Rock band face masks are the ‘in’ thing now.
1. My Chemical Romance
The band that made our dreams come true with their comeback has released the ‘Desert Screening Device’ Face Mask in light of the coronavirus pandemic. All proceeds go to the band’s crew as all of their international tours are cancelled.
Joining the gang is none other than the band that was scheduled to headline Singapore Rock Fest this year. While we couldn’t get a T-shirt as the show was postponed, we can now rock these Slipknot logo face masks. 100% of the proceeds generated will go to MusiCares COVID-19 relief fund.
3. Black Sabbath
You can now rock your look with a Black Sabbath face mask. These face masks were styled to resemble the band’s 1971 album Master of Reality. All proceeds will go to MusiCares COVID-19 relief fund.
Metal powerhouse Pantera is offering their fans a chance to don on the band’s logo face mask. Featuring the band’s iconic logo in red, you can even rock this mask after the global pandemic.
5. The Doors
When you purchase The Doors’ face masks you will get not one, not two, but three face masks! The 3-pack bundle set features the band’s classic logo with one of them on a tie-dye patterned fast mask. 100% of the profits will be donated to the World Health Organisation. You can pre-order the mask here!
These face masks were sold out when American Nu-Metal band launched them on their official merch store. Luckily, they have re-stocked them and are waiting for you to get a piece. All the proceeds of the face masks will go to Global Giving’s COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Old-school post-hardcore band Thursday have followed suit and released their face masks. What sets them apart from others is that they have repurposed their band merchandise to make them! The first batch were donated to frontline medical workers and essential personnel. The second batch can be purchased here.
As these face masks are made from fabric, they do come with a disclaimer. Please follow the CDC guidelines on how to utilise them during this time. Stay safe and #StayHome, everyone!