New t-shirts

The only way these shirts could be more metal is if they were made of steel.  Christauf’s design was well received when we got this out a while back- now it’s time for you to wear it like you stole it.


These are hand pulled screen prints on black cotton shirts.  You can get your very own HERE.  They are $22 and help keep the lights on around here.  There are also some other designs up for sale.  Get one of everything.

See more of Christauf’s work HERE


  • greg

    May 27, 2010

    This question is not meant in anyway to come across as negative etc.I just read the About section and things seem cool here.I am not hating on anyone here, period.

    I just really want to know what,or why rather, is this image popular? What is represents is not cool in any way shape or from. Noticed how common this is along with upside down crosses and black sun imagery in the bike community on flyer etc.

    My history is skateboards,bikes and punk-early/late 80’s stuff so I have seen my share of rebellion and never come down on anything D.I.Y .

    So guys,what’s up here?

  • Christauf

    May 28, 2010

    It doesn’t represent anything. It is exactly what it appears to be: a beefcake devil riding a sick track bike engulfed in a ball of flame through a mystical darkness. It might not be cool, or even that well drawn, but I think it’s AWESOME. And about as rebellious as that drawing of the boob dragon in the Faith/Void split. If you were an adolescent metalhead who grew up to be an adolescent thirty-year old you might get it. Then again maybe not. And why should you, or anyone else for that matter? There is just no accounting for taste.

    Anyway… This was the original intended context: It comes with an sweet mix “tape” with five songs from all the contributors. Mine were:

    Bestial Mockery- Satan’s Devilsaw
    Xibalba-Sac Ibteeloob Cab
    Nuclear Assault- F# (Wake Up)
    Napalm Death- Untitled (rehearsal tape from 1988)
    Sodom- Blasphemer

  • rschuetze

    May 30, 2010

    As inviting as Go Means Go events are and as open to the public as they may be, it is unavoidable to not have some of my personal taste come into view. I thoroughly enjoy Christauf’s art- which is why you see it throughout GMG. The shirt may not be your cup of tea, which is totally fine. Thanks for your thoughts, and I hope to see you on the road.
    Christauf- thanks for the link on the zine that seems like a rad concept for a project.

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