THE Heavysaurus baby item in different colours
Little Metal fan - also in winter time
Time for your first Metal fanshirt
Heavysaurus shirt – like mummy like daughter!
Metal meets cool longsleeve
Heavysaurus – simple as that
The story of Heavysaurus
65 million years ago, a massive meteorite hit the Earth. Five huge eggs deep in a mountain in Finland were spared from the destructive blast. In 2009, witches met on this mountain, the Mountain of Wizards, during a great storm. A huge bolt of lightning struck in the middle of the circle of witches and the buried dinosaur eggs emerged. With wild spells, the witches made the eggs crack and heavy metal dinos hatched out of them.
Headbanging for the whole family
The success story of Heavysaurus, the dino-metal band for kids from the age of three, goes into the next round in March 2020 and proves once again: children's music can also be different! With the)second album "Retter der Welt" (Saviour of the World), the five dinos invite you to headbang, dance and sing along. At the same time, the band deals with profound content. In the songs, serious topics such as climate protection and death are addressed in a child-friendly way. Brand new: Dino girl Milli Pilli also shows her singing talent.
The characters and their stories deal with topics that move little rockers and dino fans and at the same time send the message that everyone is cool just the way they are. They tell of the wild life of dinos and the joy of loud rock. This concept combines music, learning, games and movement and now extends from recordings and mobile games to a 90-minute film.
Strong dino merchandise for little fans
Heavysaurus not only stands for great metal songs but also for super-beautiful, child-friendly designs. We are very pleased to be able to offer you the great Rock'N'Rarrr for babies and children up to size 116 (for 6 to 7 years). And that's on our entire product range such as the baby bodysuits and T-shirts, the hooded jackets with cool front and back prints. For the bigger kids, we have the rocking dinos on t-shirts and hoodies.