It’s officially the middle of spooky season. With Halloween just 10 days away, artists and bands are dropping the perfect festive seasonal merch to make their fans shriek with glee.
Before you get ready to hit the neighborhood for trick-or-treating, check out some of the year’s best Halloween-themed merch and apparel below.
Who knew Carrie Underwood was such a Halloween fan? On Sunday (Oct. 20), the American Idol champ offered fans an All Hallows Eve-themed t-shirt. With a reinvented take on her tear-streaked “Cry Pretty” eyes framed in spiderwebs and ‘Trick or Treat’ emblazoned across the orange and purple shirt, Underwood’s newest merch is the perfect piece to snatch up at the October dates of her ongoing tour of the same name.
New Halloween T-Shirt Available! Wear yours to the final Cry Pretty Tour 360 show or wherever you’re spending the holiday. Order by 10/22 to receive before Halloween at https://t.co/ULksyoaCgE -TeamCU pic.twitter.com/Lm2hVhWjPc
— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) October 20, 2019
Pierce the Veil
Pierce the Veil dropped not one but two separate pieces for Halloween. One t-shirt features a skeletal swordsman with the band’s name in gholish green letters across the back, while the other long-sleeve depicts a dead version of the female figure used in the album artwork for 2012’s Collide With the Sky. (Fun fact: she also made an appearance on their 2018 Christmas merch!)
Pop’s undisputed queen of Halloween couldn’t let her favorite holiday pass without some merch to go along with the release of Turn Off The Light. Kim Petras’ Halloween-branded offerings feature her name in dripping, blood-red font under a green zombie hand holding a tube of lipstick. While the longsleeve tee appears to be sold out, you can still purchase the hoodie version of the look while streaming “There Will Be Blood,” “Massacre and “Death By Sex” for the rest of the month.
While veteran rockers 311 don’t have any wearable Halloween merch, the band did design an exclusive poster for the holiday. Peppered with villains from classic horror films like Freddy Krueger, Pennywise, Beetlejuice and even Corpse Bride, the visual was designed to look like old-school VHS tapes from the ‘80s and ‘90s, and are hand-numbered out of, you guessed it, 311.
Pop-punk outfit Neck Deep’s line of Halloween apparel pay homage to both classic horror monsters such as Frankenstein, Dracula, the werewolf and the mummy and slasher films with the tagline “Killing it since 2012.”