HELLYEAH's TOM MAXWELL Talks Tattoos In Latest 'Rock Ink' Episode

HELLYEAH's TOM MAXWELL Talks Tattoos In Latest 'Rock Ink' Episode

In the latest episode of Louder Noise's "Rock Ink", HELLYEAH guitarist Tom Maxwell shows off his tattoos, including several tributes to friends and family and a dragonfly that he temporarily adopted.

HELLYEAH is currently working on its fifth album, tentatively due in early 2016. The new CD is once again being recorded with producer Kevin Churko, who previously worked with HELLYEAH on 2014's "Blood For Blood" album.

"Blood For Blood", was the band's first release since parting ways with guitarist Greg Tribbett and bassist Bob "Zilla" Kahaha in 2013.

The new members of HELLYEAH are bassist Kyle Sanders and guitarist Christian Brady.

"Blood For Blood" sold around 17,000 copies in its first week of release to land at No. 18 on the Billboard chart.

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