With their new disc ‘King Animal’ out today (Nov. 13), Soundgarden gave New York one heck of a preview yesterday. They kicked the day off with a special performance for ‘Live on Letterman’ that was streamed via a live webcast allowing fans around the word to tune in. Performing a 10-song set, the band focused on their new music showcasing several tracks from ‘King Animal’ but also played some of their classic tunes as well like ‘Fell on Black Days’ and ‘Incessant Mace.’ Check out our recap and watch the whole archived show here.
3 Doors Down started off with a bang when their hit single ‘Kryptonite’ blew up back in 2000, creating a buzz for the band seemingly overnight. Their debut disc ‘The Better Life’ would go on to yield four hit singles and move more than 5 million copies, launching their career into an upward trajectory.
This rocker has erected a permanent shrine to his family on his body. The collection includes a black and white portrait tattoo of his father on his right arm (seen in the photo above), alongside his dad’s favorite number 33
The familial inspired ink belongs to Machine Head guitarist Phil Demmel.
Demmel has no shortage of ink covering his flesh with tats covers both arms, his back, and his hands -- just for starters
The left arm of this rocker sports a basic tribal tat, but it's over on his right arm where all hell breaks loose.
The screaming flesh belongs to Matt Tuck, singer and guitarist for the blistering UK metal band Bullet for My Valentine.
After a bit of an extended break, the Darkness returned in August with their latest disc ‘Hot Cakes,’ the follow-up to 2005's 'One Way Ticket to Hell... and Back.' Now, as if making up for lost time, the band is plotting to take their tasty musical treats out on the road again for a 2013 headlining run that will span 15 countries.