Ex-FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Drummer JEREMY SPENCER Unveils PRINCE Tattoo

Ex-FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Drummer JEREMY SPENCER Unveils PRINCE Tattoo

Former FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH drummer Jeremy Spencer is showing off his new Prince tattoo.

The 48-year-old musician, who currently fronts a new band called PSYCHOSEXUAL, apparently got the tattoo at Trip Ink in his hometown of Las Vegas.

On Monday (April 26), Spencer took to his Instagram to share a short video and a photo of the new leg ink, and he included the following message: "Got my new Prince tattoo finished today by the kick ass artist @damienwickhamtatt2 over at @tripinktattooco ! Thx! For doing an amazing job! #tripink #princetattoo".

Prince died of an accidental fentanyl overdose on April 21, 2016. He was 57 years old.

In his PSYCHOSEXUAL project, Jeremy handles lead vocals as the Devil Daddy character.

Earlier this month, PSYCHOSEXUAL released the official music video for its latest single, "Devil From Hell". The song will appear on the band's forthcoming sophomore album, "Unholy Hymns For The Children", due out May 14.

PSYCHOSEXUAL released its debut album, "Torch The Faith", last July. It was co-produced by Spencer and Shawn McGhee (DROWNING POOL) and released via Spencer's 6eX Records. The debut premiered at No. 150 on the Billboard 200 chart, reaching No. 5 on the Hard Music Albums, No. 12 on Top New Artist Albums and No. 30 on Current Rock Albums.

Prior to the arrival of "Devil From Hell", PSYCHOSEXUAL's last release was the covers EP "Songs To Stalk You By", which came out last November. The EP reunited Spencer with former FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH guitarist Jason Hook, who contributed solos on the KISS classic "Watchin' You" and QUEENSRĊ¸CHE's "Gonna Get Close To You". The recordings marked the first time the pair had worked together since both parted ways with FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH.

Spencer, who sports a Mephistophelian mask as Devil Daddy, is joined in PSYCHOSEXUAL by guitarist Crucifer, bassist Astaroth and drummer Volac.

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