In this article we will tell about the history of the occurrence, the number of tattoos of rock musicians, such as: Andy Birsak, Billy Joe Armstrong, Chester Bennington, Frank Iero, Jared Leto, Jacoby Shaddix, Dan Reynolds, Pete Wentz, Avril Lavigne. After all, a tattoo is a life story embodied in a drawing! Sometimes, even the musicians themselves do not know how many tattoos they already have. It even happens that over time, many tattoos turn into one continuous drawing – more on that below.
Andy is already almost completely covered in tattoos. And it doesn’t bother about the aesthetics of the tattoos, the main thing is that each of them has its own small story. Continue reading
“… And justice for all” is what Metallica called their double album, released in 1988. For the first time since recording “Kill’em all,” the band came to the studio with finished material. The work moved very hard: the thought crushed that these were the first independent compositions, through the notes of which Burton’s eyes did not run through. Perhaps this album turned out to be the most interesting in the history of Metallica. In record time, he became platinum. The new album of the group appeared on the shelves on August 4, 1991 and by August 6 it was already twice “gold”. This work can be considered as not typical for the direction of “speed thrash metal” and at the same time quite logical, as applied to the concept of “Metallica”: the speed of performance, which at one time became an end in itself, gave way to melody (though the group had not suffered before absence), sound rigidity is preserved, but now it is achieved by acoustic instruments. Continue reading