Henry Rollins, the punk icon who rose to fame as the lead singer of Black Flag in the 1980s, is offering his unique home in the Hollywood Hills for $3.9 million.

Rollins purchased the custom compound, located in Nichols Canyon, for $2.2 million in 2009 and quickly got to work adding bold accents and a host of amenities. He has spent his 12 year stint in LA hosting a weekly radio program on KCRW-FM and writing columns for LA Weekly.

Steel gates and steel front doors set a masculine tone to the front of the property, and the living areas carry the same energy, with concrete walls and steel beams spanning three floors. A 60-foot-long living room serves as the centerpiece and opens to a balcony overlooking the surrounding gorge.

Three bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms are spread over 4,348 square feet, including a primary suite with a custom roll-top bath on a platform. Other highlights include a dining room wrapped in built-in shelves, an eat-in kitchen, study, gym, bar, sauna, and recording booth. There is a roof terrace, a lounge with grilles and an outdoor dining area.

An entertainer and activist, Rollins joined the Hermosa Beach punk band Black Flag in 1981 and recorded eight albums with the group before founding his own project, Rollins Band, in 1987. In the years that followed, the 60-year-old released a handful of spoken word albums and hosted a weekly cable talk show, “The Henry Rollins Show,” in addition to appearances on other series such as “Jackass” and “Sons of Anarchy.”

Victoria Silver of Compass and Jane Schore of Coldwell Banker Realty hold the list.