Time to find out whether you're an antichrist, a rebel girl, or out of step with the world.
The former Black Flag singer is a true Renaissance man: musician, actor, author, journalist, comedian, activist, and purveyor of ice cream.
Before the internet, the best way to find out about cool music was watch MTV after midnight on Sundays. Or, you know, set your VCR to tape it.
Before you ask, no, Henry Rollins isn't involved.
The actor responds to the rumors about him and Ben Affleck, Dolly Parton talks about coming out and Henry Rollins addresses marriage equality in this week's snippets.
We Got Power is a new coffee table book featuring never before seen photographs from the L.A. early '80s hardcore scene including Black Flag, The Circle Jerks, The Go-Gos, Social Distortion, and more.
The punk icon has issues with women, but I obsessed over his albums and poetry books anyway.
Baltimore's "Show Your Soft Side" campaign, which features pro athletes and other "tough guys" speaking out against animal cruelty, illustrates that being kind to animals is the strong (and the cute) thing to do.
The second ever issue of SPIN magazine in 1985 included a bizarre essay by Henry Rollins about how much he loves 7-11 convenience stores.
The best part is how they artistically interpret his tattoos. Hopefully Morrissey will be next in this series.
Henry Rollins owns in such a gentlemanly and erudite fashion, even using the phrase "besocked." This was from the Dinosaur Jr. concert at Terminal 5 in New York City. Full video of the interview plus photos of the concert over at Brooklyn Vegan.
Yes. This sincerely gives me the vapors. And it's available for purchase in t-shirt form. Again, yes.
Who better to explore the "warrior gene" than Hank.
... From Henry Rollins. This needs to be posted everywhere for always and forever.