Rubber Road Gets New Music Licenses

Rubber Road is getting its heavy metal on.

License Global

January 31, 2022

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Ozzy Osbourne and Motorhead, who will be featured on new merch for Rubber Road
Rubber Road

Rubber Road is heading down a new musical path with new licenses that will see the company introducing official merch for three well-known heavy metal artists in a new deal with Global Merchandising Services. New ranges will pay homage to artists Ozzy Osbourne, Motorhead and Iron Maiden.  

“We are delighted to be getting our air guitars out and heading into the world of music, and what a fantastic way to kick off with these three rock icons,” says Liam Taylor, commercial director, Rubber Road. “When it comes to heavy metal memorabilia, we reckon this range aces it and we are counting down the days until we can reveal all.”  

Rubber Road produces merchandise created by its design arm, Numskull Designs, for global brands in entertainment including Universal, Warner Bros., Netflix, Xbox, Sony Pictures, Sony PlayStation, SEGA and Hasbro. Franchises in the portfolio include Minions, Harry Potter, DC Comics, Sonic the Hedgehog, “Back to the Future,” “Stranger Things,” “Jurassic Park,” “Star Trek,” “Ghostbusters,” “Lord of the Rings,” “Friends,” “Jaws,” “Resident Evil” and more.   


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