We've found the most metal rug on the internet - and it's 20% off for Cyber Monday

A black rug with a skull design
(Image credit: Etsy)

Hopefully, you've already spent a good wedge of your Cyber Monday casting your eyes over our extensive guide to the best Cyber Monday music deals, which include everything from vinyl to speakers to headphones to merchandise and even alcohol and camping gear.

Third party marketplace website Etsy have a ton of sellers slashing prices on their creations for Cyber Monday, and one item that's caught our eye this afternoon is what we reckon might just be the most heavy metal looking rug on the internet. It's black (obviously), and it's adorned with a gorgeous design featuring a winged skull that'll bring a classy touch of gnarliness to any self-respecting metalhead's living room. Best of all? It's 20% off today, starting at £41.39 (down from £51,74) (opens in new tab), or $47.09 (down from $59.88) (opens in new tab)

Etsy: 20% off this heavy metal rug (opens in new tab)

Etsy: 20% off this heavy metal rug (opens in new tab)
Want to give your living a classy, heavy metal touch? You could do worse than this splendid rug, currently on sale.

Even better, you can get the rug made in eight different sizes (from 80x50cm all the way up to 280x180cm), with the price naturally going up the bigger it gets, and you can get two different material backings for it, with rubber being the standard, cheaper option or cotton available if you fancy giving it a little upgrade.

While you're here, don't forget to check out our other Cyber Monday deal guides going today:

Merlin Alderslade
Executive Editor, Louder

Merlin moved into his role as Executive Editor of Louder in early 2022, following over ten years working at Metal Hammer. While there, he served as Online Editor and Deputy Editor, before being promoted to Editor in 2016. Before joining Metal Hammer, Merlin worked as Associate Editor at Terrorizer Magazine and has previously written for the likes of Classic Rock, Rock Sound, eFestivals and others. Across his career he has interviewed legends including Ozzy Osbourne, Lemmy, Metallica, Iron Maiden (including getting a trip on Ed Force One courtesy of Bruce Dickinson), Guns N' Roses, KISS, Slipknot, System Of A Down and Meat Loaf. He is also probably responsible for 90% of all nu metal-related content making it onto the site.