In 1997—as I was reminded the hard way at the Blink-182/Jimmy Eat World show at the Mercury—much of the punk scene was still fragmented, confused, and resistant to new things. Not for long, though. And a newfound willingness to evolve was about to hit the punk scene in an earth-shaking way.
An entrepreneurial young artist has taken some classic Blink-182 album art (Take Off Your Pants..., Enema of the State and Untitled) and redesigned them into some pretty high quality posters for your bedroom, guest bedroom, rec room, pool house or jacuzzi dealership. Check them out in the replies, and go here to get yourself one or two or three.
When I was home, I played on a Rusko song, I played on something for Datsik, I played on a bunch of albums all week long because the end of the day, man, Blink, you gotta have three people that are all willing to record and write music at the same time. If it can’t happen, that can’t be the end of the world for me. I gotta have other stuff to do or I would fucking claw my eyes out. So being with the Transplants, working on my solo album, until the stars align for Blink to be in the studio I gotta just stay busy. We’re supposed to go in before Reading or Leeds sometime so hopefully it happens.
Travis Barker will release his autobiography, Can I Say: Living Large, Cheating Death, and Drums, Drums, Drums, on June 24 via William Morrow, according to Amazon.
Travis Barker’s soul-baring memoir chronicles the highlights and lowlights of the renowned drummer’s art and his life, including the harrowing plane crash that nearly killed him and his traumatic road to recovery—a fascinating never-before-told-in-full story of personal reinvention grounded in musical salvation and fatherhood.
After breaking out as the acclaimed drummer of the multiplatinum punk band Blink-182, everything changed for Travis Barker. But the dark side of rock stardom took its toll: his marriage, ...
I got a memoir I've been workin hard on and it's turning out awesome . Its been very therapeutic for me to get this all out and into a book and hopefully it can inspire a grip of people and help many as well. It's comin out Fall 2014 and I can't wait to share it with ya'll
You and a guest can meet Blink 182 and Angels & Airwaves' Tom DeLonge in his music studio in Carlsbad, CA and own 22 pages of the original artwork of Mike Henry from the children's book Tom wrote, "The Lonely Astronaut On Christmas Eve," and take home an autographed guitar!
Blnk-182 will be headlining Reeding and Leeds 2014. The R&L website also hints at the band's plans for next year.
The band will also be giving fans a debut airing of the much-anticipated forthcoming seventh studio album which will be released next summer, the first new material since their self-released EP in 2012.
“After that we did the Neighborhoods record, and we didn’t do that [experiment together] – we weren’t even in the same studio aside for like three days. So this next record, what we’re gonna do is repeat that [the Blink-182 recording experience]. That’s why we wanted to bring back [Blink-182]. We’re about to embark on the exact same trip [as the self-titled record], so I think that’s exciting.”
Mark Hoppus was a special guest at the London showing of the Descendents documentary, FILMAGE. During a Q&A with both Mark and the filmakers, Mark revealed that he's been talking to Bill Stevenson about possibly producing the next Blink-182 album.
According to the LA Times, Blink-182 will be recording new material "within 90 days."
After leaving longtime home Interscope Records, Blink is in talks for a new deal. It expects to record new material within the next 90 days. Nostalgia surrounding the 10th anniversary of "Blink-182" notwithstanding, the idea is to channel the 2003 mojo into the new material.
Step 1: shack up in some opulent SoCal spot for the duration of recording. This time, Hoppus said, they're thinking Malibu.