Get a jump on the Dec. 18 release of blink-182′s ‘Dogs Eating Dogs’ EP with the debut of this melancholy new break-up song from the release, “Boxing Day” — it’s a tearjerker!
As if Blink-182 fans weren’t already excited for new music from their heroes, now the band has taken to Twitter to prove that they really are in the studio and hard at work on fresh tunes.
Rock stars are known for getting away with murder, but we’ve rounded up ten of the world’s biggest sonic heroes who’ve found a way of snatching life back from the claws of the Grim Reaper to rock another day.
Steve Aoki has a penchant for collaboration; LMFAO, Travis Barker, and Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo are just a handful of eclectic collaborators on his latest album, Wonderland.
While countless drummers cite such rock legends as John Bonham, Neil Peart and Keith Moon as their musical inspiration, Travis Barker of Blink-182 was driven to play the drums after seeing one of the most famous Muppets of all-time. Imagine that.
When life gives you lemons, says Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, you dress them up with hella tattoos before making delicious vodka-lemonade cocktails. Or something like that…
“With the absolute devastation of on the East Coast from Hurricane Sandy, we are doing our crappy punk rock part and have created a t-shirt with the help of Blink-182 artist, Acorn.”
Blink-182 has gone independent, and Mark Hoppus couldn’t be happier. We caught up with him in London, where he had nothing but good things to say about Pearl Jam, the new James Bond movie and being in Blink-182.
Parents that have lost their ability to rock should look no further than this hilarious public service announcement.
Rejoice, Blink-192 fans! Mark Hoppus says the boys in the band are getting ready to write a new album of punk-pop hits for your listening pleasure.