The odd couple’s collaborative track is finally here.
This is HUGE.
Well we guess this is growing up…
This Perth outfit are on the rise.
“I have to go and put the finishing touches on the Paramore music.”
Someone should probably warn them about Border Force
“We didn’t ever and don’t ever want to become like a greatest hits band.”
Hell hath no fury like a lead guitarist scorned
A new single, a new lyric video and now confirmed details on a new full-length album!
It’s become the official video for Day Wave’s new track ‘Stuck’.
All the feels.
Mark Hoppus, Tom Morello, T-Bone Burnett and Mumford & Sons all walk into a bar. True story. Some of rock music’s most random identities have joined forces onstage at Hollywood’s The Troubadour this week for no discernible reason other than they felt like it. The Blink-182 champ, the Rage Against The Machine guitar-wizard, the Americana
Mumford & Sons are currently on tour in North America showing-off their new banjo-less album Wilder Mind, dropping a handful of covers along the way. So far they have put their spin on The Offspring’s Walla Walla, The Beatles’ With A Little Help From My Friends, Neil Young’s Harvest and Eurythmics’ Sweet Dreams. The latter
Blink-182 bassist and vocalist Mark Hoppus has confirmed that the band will head into the studio very soon — we’re talking this August — with Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba, who has replaced former Blink guitarist Tom Delonge. Hoppus briefly mentions Blink’s upcoming sessions in a recent interview with Billboard, exciting Blink fans the world over
Now that it looks like the public fighting has died down and the tempers have simmered, Blink 182‘s Mark Hoppus has confirmed the band are trying to be all grown up, and are currently going through a “friendly divorce” with guitarist/space alien communicator, Tom DeLonge. Speaking on the Das Process podcast, Hoppus confirmed the split
Baltimore pop punks All Time Low recently teamed up with Blink-182 bass dude Mark Hoppus to record a song for their latest LP, Future Hearts, dubbed Tidal Waves. After spending plenty of manly bonding time in the studio recording the ballad, the fellas decided to take their collaboration out of the CD case and onto
Mark Hoppus has been hanging out with All Time Low in the recording studio and we’ve got the god damn proof. The bass third of Blink-182 guests on a track on the Baltimore pop punks’ forthcoming album, Future Hearts, and the band has just uploaded footage of their in-session shenanigans to their official Facebook page.