Billie Joe Armstrong opens up alcohol and prescription drug abuse in the new issue of Rolling Stone, revealing details about his blackouts.
The Green Day singerlast fall after having a meltdown at the iHeartRadio festival in Las Vegas last September, forcing the trio to tour dates.
"I remember tiny things," Armstrong said about the Vegas show. "The next morning, I woke up. I asked [my wife] Adrienne, "How bad was it?" She said, "It's bad." I called my manager. He said, "You're getting on a plane, going back to Oakland and going into rehab immediately."
Armstrong also came clean on his struggles, saying, "I couldn't predict where I was going to end up at the end of the night. I'd wake up in a strange house on a couch. I wouldn't remember how. It was a complete blackout."
In December, Armstrong told fans in a statement that he's "getting better every day" and "the show must go on."
Green Day will kick off a tour in Chicago on March 28, with dates scheduled through July. The Grammy-winning group recently unveiled a new album trilogy.
The full interview with Armstrong will appear in the new issue of Rolling Stone, which hits newsstands on Friday.