Blink-182 is back. What does that mean for our "scene?" Will they herald the resurgence of Atticus shirts and dispel the neon/dance trend? Will their popularity topple Fall Out Boy's? Will the reunion be successful? Will the mainstream even care anymore?
What musical direction do you believe they will go toward? Will they play the more somber pop-punk found in their self-titled album, the crude and playful sound they patented in the late 90s, or maybe even take influence from Angels and Airwaves and +44? What do you think?
Blink-182 have decided to bring back the old bunny logo t-shirt to Hot Topic and will be bringing their online store back soon. What do you want to see in it? Leave suggestions here. No, this does not mean they are reuniting.
The December '07 issue of SPIN Magazine featured an article about the vocals of the scene and how there is only one sound that all vocalists are striving for. Click here to read it. If you click "1-Page" on the top menu, the text will be large enough to read on-screen.
The Working Title have their new, unplugged "Heart EP" coming out this Wednesday featuring a cover song that, until now, they have not revealed. Well first AP would like to announce that the cover song is Blink 182's "Josie," but more importantly we urge you to hit the band's AP Profile to stream it ABSOLUTExclusive!
While you're hard at work reading AP.net and waiting for the weekend to finally arrive, take a few minutes to read our new review of I-Empire, the sophomore effort from Angels and Airwaves. Click here to check it out.