Kellin Quinn, Sleeping With Sirens

 

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Kellin Quinn’s Deathly Hallows tattoo makes total sense when you consider he once embraced being Team Slytherin for Halloween.

Juliet Simms

With the name Juliet, it comes as no surprise that Simms would have an excerpt from William Shakespeare’s Romeo And Juliet inked on her ribs. The full query reads “O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?,” but she just has the beginning.

Maxx Danziger, Set It Off

While Maxx Danziger has been a fan of Pokémon since childhood, he may have never ended up with this tattoo of Haunter had it not been for what he calls “Yes Nights.” On these nights, the drummer and his friends must say “yes” to anything presented to them, so following the suggestion of Pokémon tattoos, they headed to a parlor to get it done.

Telle Smith, the Word Alive

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Telle Smith deems Breaking Bad as the show that introduced him to binge watching, so it’s no shocker he has the sketch of Walter White’s alter ego Heisenberg inked on his calf. The frontman added it to his collection while out on the road supporting I See Stars on 2013’s Started From The Bottom Now We Here tour. He also has some ink of Jack and Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas meant to symbolize his and his mom’s favorite movie.

Matt Skiba

Alkaline Trio at West Palm Beach Warped Tour 2010

Matt Skiba has a rained-out Warped Tour date to thank for sparking his idea of a This Is Spinal Tap tattoo. As fans of the flick, he and his Alkaline Trio bandmates started quoting the line “Hello Cleveland” as a downpour hit the Ohio city. Skiba decided the phrase was perfect to commemorate his time in a touring band, so he took the idea to Kat Von D and was featured on her show LA Ink.

Pete Wentz, Fall Out Boy

 

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One of Pete Wentz’s most iconic tattoos is a sleeve mostly consisting of The Nightmare Before Christmas characters featuring Jack, Sally, Zero and more. However, the bassist also has a tattoo devoted to Howl’s Moving Castle, revealing that the title character is one he relates to the most in any film.

Chad Gilbert, New Found Glory
 

Chad Gilbert digs The Little Mermaid to the point of having part of his sleeve consist of its characters (and previously a pick). The guitarist sports a banner that reads “Part Of Your World” as Ariel and Flounder swim around it. He also has Ursula at the bottom near his wrist; A Nightmare On Elm Street’s Freddy Krueger and Friday The 13th’s Jason Voorhees are worked into the art, as well. Moving away from his sleeve, Gilbert also has ink inspired by Adventure Time and The Nightmare Before Christmas on his leg.

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