In these days, it's not uncommon to see your favorite rockers sporting some serious ink, whether it be full-on tattoo arm sleeves or back pieces. There are even rockers who have gone so far as to tattoo their faces or heads. For most rock fans, the most we ever get to see of our inked musical heroes is typically their most visible body parts. But Trivium frontman Matt Heafy is breaking with the taboo to show off his latest tattoo.

The vocalist posted a pair of images on his Instagram account in which you can see his elaborate ink, as he's turned his body into a full-on canvas. In the first post, Heafy is shown from behind completely uncovered, allowing the viewer to glimpse the tattoo artistry done by Kahlil Rintye at Ed Hardy's Tattoo City in San Francisco. The photos may not be suitable for work unless your boss doesn't mind you analyzing bare backsides on the Internet. As you can see, the tattoo work starts just below Heafy's neckline, covers his entire back and arms, spans over his bottom and concludes by his thighs.

After the first post received a wealth of comments, Heafy offered up a second post from a slightly different angle and with a more hilarious caption. "I'd like to apologize to anyone offended by seeing my butt on the Internet, with another photo of my butt on the Internet. To any angry boys - I'm sorry," said Heafy, before adding a string of hashtag including #nudity #malenudity #butt #booty #ass #guyswithtattoos. See the second post below.

The freshly inked Matt Heafy and his bandmates in Trivium will be playing Knotfest Mexico on Dec. 5 before calling it a day on the 2015 touring season. They've already begun lining up Euro dates for 2016. See their full itinerary here.

The band is promoting their Silence in the Snow album, which is available in stores now. Check out our review of the disc here.

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