Heavy-Metal Fashion Report: The T-Shirts of the Pointergeist 2013 Show

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ALL PHOTOS BY JON GITCHOFF FOR THE RIVERFRONT TIMES
  • All photos by Jon Gitchoff for the Riverfront Times

The Point's (105.7 FM) Pointergeist show closed out the concert season for Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on Saturday night with performances by Avenged Sevenfold, Deftones and Ghost B.C. And while heavy-metal fashion used to be defined by bullet belts, tight black jeans and generally looking like Lemmy from Motörhead, today it's just as much about the T-shirt you've got. Photographer Jon Gitchoff brings back these images of the shirts of the show, with headliners Avenged Sevenfold getting much of the love.

See also: Photos from Pointergeist with Avenged Sevenfold, Ghost B.C., Deftones

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There were also more than a few Pantera shirts:

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We also spotted two Iron Maiden shirts:

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See also: Photos: Iron Maiden and Megadeth in St. Louis

And two Metallica shirts:

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And a few more memorable shirt designs we saw:

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See also: Heavy Metal Parking Lot: Then and Now Amazing Heavy Metal Shirts The Six Best Non-Metal Songs About Heavy Metal The 25 Creepiest Heavy Metal Album Covers

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