CRISIS Singer Launches Women's T-Shirt Line

CRISIS frontwoman Karyn Crisis has launched her own women's t-shirt line, dubbed Exorsister.

Music journalist Alex Johnson tagged Karyn as "the Exorsister" in a review he wrote of a live CRISIS show in an effort to describe her angelic/demonic vocal style and stage performance. The moniker stuck in her head, becoming the inspiration behind her t-shirt line, which features artwork that references female power symbols. The Exorsister line will be launched with the first design of the series, "Avenging Angel."

Exorsister shirts are currently only available at CRISIS shows. CRISIS begin touring the U.S. June 9 in Houston, TX. See www.KillithFair.com for tour details.

(Thanks: FiresOfSorrow)

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