Former Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker is out of a Los Angeles burns centre where he was being treated after surviving a plane crash.
He was released last night from the Grossman Burn Centre.
He had been there since September 29 with second and third-degree burns.
The burns centre says the 32-year-old rocker will continue being treated at home and is expected to fully recover over the next few months.
Barker was initially treated in Georgia after the September 19 crash in South Carolina.
Disc jockey Adam Goldstein, better known as DJ AM, also survived.
Two pilots and two other passengers died.