You know what they say about tattoos – you can never have just one! This rocker is living proof of that philosophy with both arms covered in art in addition to tats on his hands, chest, and hips.
The inked up arms belong to Green Day frontman Bille Joe Armstrong. Armstrong has been married to his wife Adrienne since 1994 and they have two sons – Jakob and Joseph. All three names are tattooed on his body.
For those music fans that woke up with a Halloween hangover, Halestorm are offering up a handful of everlasting treats in the form of videos of their recent live performance for ‘The Live Room.’ The band took over the Warner Sound studio yesterday in New York City for their high energy set.
Nirvana’s memorable music video for ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ served as the battle cry for a whole new revolution for rock music, and now, a little piece of musical history from the clip is up for grabs. However, you better have deep pockets if you’re hoping to score the rock ‘n’ roll remnant.
While Green Day dropped the unfortunate bomb earlier this week that they have to cancel all upcoming tour dates in 2012 and postpone most of their upcoming tour dates in January and February to allow their lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong to focus on his recovery from substance abuse, the band also offered up some good news, in the form of a new video for the song ‘The Forgotten.’
3 Doors Down are gearing up to release their ‘The Greatest Hits’ collection on Nov. 19. The 'Best Of' compilation features nine of their number one hits throughout their massively successful career. In addition to the hits, the band crafted three new bonus tracks for fans to feast on, including 'One Light,' one of their most inspirational songs to date.
Is there anything more metal than a face tattoo? Probably not!
Some may consider placing permanent ink on the face a risky and perhaps not well-thought out move, but this metalhead clearly doesn't subscribe to that school of thought.
Did you guess right? Mastodon singer-guitarist Brent Hinds sports this tattoo on his forehead.
We’d guess that walking around with a tattoo on your face would lead to lots of gawking and stares from the general public but Hinds said the tattoo doesn’t really cause all that much controversy. He has been caught off guard a time or two by ladies at convenience stores asking questions but usually it’s just the basic “Did that hurt?” or “Where did you get that?” variety of inquiries.