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Blink 182 Create T-Shirt To Support Hurricane Sandy Relief

Written by Marc Zanotti on November 4, 2012

Blink 182 are doing their part to help aid the people and places devastated by Hurricane Sandy in the wake of the ‘frankenstorm’. As reported by Alternative Press, the pop punk trio have released a new T-shirt featuring an ‘East Coast Pride’ design (pictured below).

The new T-shirt, along with some existing designs, is available from Blink 182’s webstore, with 100% of the profits going to the American Red Cross. Shirts will be shipped from November 15 for those eager to grab some new Blink 182 merch and help out a worthy cause.

Blink 182 have been the talk of the town lately, as the band – complete with Travis Barker – are set to visit Australia for Soundwave 2013 and a series of sideshows. The band have also been releasing updates on their next studio album, with the most recent news coming from Tom Delonge, who hinted that Blink’s new material will be influenced by defunct side project Box Car Racer.

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