PITCHSHIFTER Collaborate With 2000AD On T-Shirt Design

PITCHSHIFTER have been working in collaboration with 2000AD artist Cliff Robinson to produce a special PITCHSHIFTER/Judge Dredd T-shirt design. The shirt features a futuristic toddler listening to the PSI album, sporting a PITCHSHIFTER T-shirt and giving Dredd a hard time.

Commented bassist Mark Clayden: "Well what can you say? This is a great collaboration. We're all massive 2000AD fans and it's a great honor to be able to bring a little slice of that on the road with us. This is going to be a limited edition shirt, a collector's piece. It's really cool of the guys at 2000AD to work with us on it. The shirt looks great. I can't wait to get mine!"


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