As has become somewhat customary of the fragment design head honcho, Hiroshi Fujiwara recently took to Instagram to lift the lid on a forthcoming collaboration with fellow Japanese brand, NEIGHBORHOOD.

Highlighted by the usual smattering of graphic embellishments, the latest capsule collection appears to draw direct typographic inspiration from the heavy metal band, Slayer, as well as the cornerstone sensibilities that each respective party has become known for. Spread across a selection of T-shirts and hooded sweaters, the collection’s predominantly black hue allows for the chosen graphics to punch through.

Take your first look at the collaboration below and let us know in the comment section following if you’re feeling it.

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