In November, Adam Levine teased fans with a glimpse of a giant back piece he was getting tattooed, but little did we know then that his ink was just getting started.
"The Voice" coach took to Instagram this week to share the final product of his massive tattoo, which was done by Bryan Randolph from Spider Murphy's Tattoo in San Rafael, California. Levine captioned the photo, "6 months in the making. Thanks @bryanrandolph for absolutely blowing my mind with this one! Woooo hooooo!!!!"
The primary focus of the tattoo is a siren, a creature from Greek mythology that is part woman and part bird, and lures mariners to destruction by singing seductively.
The details in the background of the giant piece have covered up some of Levine's previous work, including a pin-up girl on his left shoulder and a paw print on his right shoulder. Although the musician hasn't revealed the significance behind his latest addition, there's a clear music relation to it, and a lot of time (and pain) went into it, so it's clear that this is something special.
Season 10 of "The Voice" premieres Monday, Feb. 29 at 8 p.m. on NBC.