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.
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.
A war of the words has ramped up inside the Blink-182 dude ranch over the past 24 hours, yielding some hefty revelations about what went on behind-the-scenes during the band’s last trip to Australia for Soundwave 2013. But first, a quick recap. Previously, on Blink-182… Yesterday’s controversial Blink split really heated up after bassist Mark
Tom DeLonge responds to band’s accusations
Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker have opened up a fully blown can of whoop ass on their estranged bandmate Tom DeLonge this afternoon via Rolling Stone, in response to a confusing he-said, she-said regarding his status with the band. Confusion first erupted from the Blink-182 camp earlier today, after the band released a statement
Having hung around each other’s projects for years now, Simple Plan have finally sat down with Blink-182‘s Mark Hoppus, and Alex Gaskarth, frontman of All Time Low, to get some proper work done. According to the social media channels of each of the parties, they recently got together to write a song. Simple Plan frontman
We’ve all dreamed of meeting our musical idols, but what if one of your heroes actually publicly declared they dug your band? That’s the reality Brisbane rockers Violent Soho now live in after receiving a big thumbs-up from none other than Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus. The Blink bassist and co-vocalist took to Twitter early this morning
Blink-182 guitarist and vocalist Tom Delonge has taken to Instagram to confirm that a new Blink-182 album is definitely on the way, and has also apologised for the delays which have tested the collective patience of Blink’s fans. Delonge’s Instagram post (below) features some youthful photos of the guitarist and his band mates Mark Hoppus
Mark and Travis have been busy, but what about Tom?
Blink-182‘s Mark Hoppus believes brand and artist partnerships are going to boom in the coming years as artists look for new avenues to fund the recording and production of their albums. Hoppus made the comments as he was speaking at a session for the Midem music/technology forum currently taking place in Cannes, France. More specifically,
Blink 182 bassist Mark Hoppus has recently starred in a new 5-Second Film titled Time Travel Phone. The mini-movie, which, as you may have assumed, runs for only five seconds, sees Hoppus insult his past self when his future self rings to tell himself he’s an asshole (does that make sense?). Music Feeds often reports
Blink 182 bassist and co-vocalist Mark Hoppus has stirred up excitement amongst fans by recently taking to his Twitter account and posting a tweet that simply reads, “it begins…” followed by a link to Hoppus’s Google + profile, where the pop-punk veteran has posted a screen shot of the music software program Logic. Fans immediately