Bad Brains Celebrates Black History Month With New Merch Collection

Bad Brains Celebrates Black History Month With New Merch Collection

Bad Brains To Work On A New Album This Year

In honor of Black History Month, the crew has released an all-black line of Bad Brains apparel via Merch Direct.

The collection features everything from long sleeve and short sleeve t-shirts, to hoodies and hats. But the coolest part? Each item features bright green, red and yellow stitching of the letters “PMA,” which stands for the band’s popular mantra “Positive Mental Attitude.” The 8-piece-collection ranges in price from $20 for the black dot bandana to $150 for a branded vintage field jacket.

The collection aptly named the Black Dots collection, is limited and sure to be highly coveted by Bad Brains fans.

Check the collective below.

Bad Brains Celebrates Black History Month With New Merch Collection

In other Bad Brains-related news the iconic, all-black hardcore band will reportedly work on new music sometime this year.

During a Q&A session that followed after a showing of his Finding Joseph I documentary in New York recently, frontman H.R. announced that he and the band were going to try and get together in the fall of this year to work on new material.

“Tell us about what you’ve been talking to Dr. Know and Darryl about,” Howie Abrams, who co-wrote the Finding Joseph I: An Oral History Of H.R. from Bad Brains companion book to the documentary, said to H.R.

“Well what I’ve been talking to Doc and Darryl about was if they’d like to come together in the fall,” H.R. responded.

“You maybe didn’t hear it here first, but you heard it here early,” Abrams said. “It looks like there’s going to be some new Bad Brains music this fall, and maybe some shows.”

However, before that H.R. will be undergoing brain surgery sometime this month, in hopes of treating his SUNCT disorder. As a result of the disorder, H.R. has had to endure extreme headaches throughout the past several years of his life.

Last year, a GoFundMe page was made by H.R.’s caregiver and wife, Lori, in hopes of raising money to treat the diagnosis. Ultimately, the page surpassed its goal of $15,000, having earned over $16,000 in 10 months.


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