Having made a name for himself in the early ’80s fronting the seminal hardcore band Black Flag, Henry Rollins would go on to pursue a successful solo musical career while moonlighting as a spoken word artist. The ’90s and beyond found Rollins adding new entries to his already crowded resume, ranging from actor to DJ to published author. Now something of an elder statesman, he still hasn’t mellowed — he lives out of a backpack and loves nothing more than to tweak authority. Rollins recently sat down with Pharrell Williams for the latest installment of the ARTST TALK series from Reserve Channel. The long form conversation features Rollins discussing his musical roots and personal anger, as well as his time with Black Flag and his disaffection with the hardcore punk scene. Check out the video below.