“I’m (slowly) getting the itch to play.”
Is it time to bust Boxcar Racer out of the garage?
Someone should probably warn them about Border Force
“I know I’ve done some really f’d up things, but did I ever pee in your fan in Australia?”
A new single, a new lyric video and now confirmed details on a new full-length album!
It looks like there’s a very strange new collaboration heading our way soon.
Drummer Travis Barker said that ex-member Tom DeLonge was keen on leaving behind their punk-pop roots for an arena sound.
As Mark Hoppus says, “Screamy Matt is a good Matt.”
This will be, um, interesting?
The band have posted a new video from the studio.
“We’re not striving for mediocrity, we’re looking to kill it.”
It will be the first Blink record with Matt Skiba replacing Tom DeLonge.
Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker has made some absolutely gut-wrenching revelations about his struggles with depression and addiction, following the 2008 plane crash that almost killed him. The rocker claims that he was so desperate to end his suffering, that he offered friends $US1 million to help him commit suicide. The good news is that didn’t
If there’s one thing that people love more than a story about overcoming adversity, it’s Travis Barker. And the Blink-182 drummer has just written a memoir about all of the adversity that he’s had to overcome over the course of his life, so what’s not to like. The book, dubbed Can I Say, is due
Travis Barker has been on the troll, teaming up with rapper Yelawolf to basically give Blink-182 fans a coronary dumpweed. It all started when Yela posted a picture of an uncharacteristically suave looking Travis on Insty, along with the following quote, attributed to the human drum machine: “As of today .. Im officially quitting all
Former Blink-182 guitarist and vocalist Tom DeLonge says he is “totally willing and interesting” in reuniting with his former bandmates Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker, reassuring fans that the longtime Blink lineup might actually have a future. In a recent interview with Billbaord, DeLonge says that he still thinks about Blink every day, and suggests
Blink-182 seem to be steaming ahead without their founding guitarist and recent space alien communicator, Tom DeLonge, evidenced by the release of their first promo shot with stand-in axeman, Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio, overnight. Bassist Mark Hoppus uploaded the new pic to his personal Instagram account, with no description, save for a photo credit.