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Save up to 50% on band merch, vinyl and more in EMP’s massive spring sale

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If you’re looking to treat yourself to some of the best band merch, collectables and more, you’re in luck – as EMP (opens in new tab) are currently holding a massive spring sale.

Right now there’s up to 50% off a range of items, and the sale covers everything from t-shirts and trainers, to Funko figures, vinyl, hoodies and much, much more.

We’ve taken a look through some of the bargains on offer and picked out some of the stuff that we want to get our hands on.

For example, there’s a rather nice Iron Maiden hip-flash on sale (opens in new tab) – and while it might not be ideal for a drop of Trooper beer, it’ll most certainly do nicely for a pour or two of your favourite spirit.

Looking for something to wear? Then how about this Slipknot hoodie featuring the latest version of the band (opens in new tab) – complete with Tortilla Man himself? It has an RRP of £50.99, but right now the price has been slashed to just £25.99.

Find even more items below, or visit EMP’s website (opens in new tab) for the full list of goodies on offer.

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Judas Priest: The Albums Collection (opens in new tab): Was £59.99 now £46.99
With 21% off the RRP, this really is a bargain – especially when you consider the amount of music you'll get. A total of 17 Judas Priest albums in one great-looking package. What's not to like?

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Slayer: The Repentless Killogy (opens in new tab): Was £29.99 now £21.99
Slayer might have brought the curtain down on their remarkable career, but you can relive them at their very best with this cracking double blue vinyl pressing. Recorded in Inglewood, California, this is a blistering album with enough power to keep a small town  going for six months.

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Slayer: Eagle Bottle Opener (opens in new tab): Was £13.99 now £11.99
If you're buying The Repentless Killogy blue vinyl, why not grab a Slayer-branded bottle opener while you're at it? Perfect for popping the top off your favourite beverage while immersing yourself in Slayer's world.

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Vinnie Paul Rock Iconz Figure (opens in new tab): Was £203.99 now £161.99
It's hard to believe but it’s been almost two years sine Pantera, Damageplan and Hellyeah icon Vinnie Paul passed away, with this detailed, limited edition Rock Iconz figure a fitting tribute to the great man. 

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Funko Pop!: Kylo Ren in the Whisper (opens in new tab): Was £30.99 now £15.99
The combination of Star Wars and Funko Pop! figures is a match made in heaven- and with a whopping 48% off this cracker, it's a great time to ignite the lightsaber and grab this while you can.

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Loungefly Boba Fett Mini Backpack (opens in new tab): Was £73.99 now £55.99
OK, we're still on Star Wars – we'll be back to the music stuff in a bit, I promise – but just look at this stellar mini backpack featuring the original and best Mandalorian, Boba Fett.

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Ghost Beer Jug (opens in new tab): Was £55.99 now £44.99
Does the thought of quaffing your favourite beer on a Friday evening while listening to Ghost fill you with joy? Then look no further than this rather snazzy Ghost Beer Jug. Guaranteed to make your ale taste even better!

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Iron Maiden Somewhere In Time (opens in new tab): Was £39.99 now £35.99
Right now you can save 10% on some of Iron Maiden's collector's edition packages – and what better way to start than by taking a trip back in time to 1986 when the Irons released this absolute banger. This comes with an Eddie figure and patch. Love it!

Scott looks after and updates Louder’s online buyer’s guides and also scouts out the best deals for music fans from every corner of the internet. He's spent more than 28 years in newspapers and magazines as an editor, production editor, sub-editor, designer, writer and reviewer. Scott joined our news desk in the summer of 2014, where he wrote extensively about rock, metal, prog and more, before moving to the eCommerce team full-time in 2020. Scott has previous written for publications including IGN, Sunday Mirror, Daily Record and The Herald covering everything from daily news and weekly features, to video games, travel and whisky.