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Blink-182 announces 2017 UK tour dates

blink-182-bored-to-death-videoBlink-182 have announced some summer arena tour dates that will take them to the UK in July 2017,

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Blink-182 last released California on July 1st, 2016.

Blink 182 release music video for “She’s Out Of Her Mind”

blink-182-bored-to-death-videoIn true Blink-182 style the pop-punk trio have released a comical music video for their new track “She’s Out Of Her Mind” and it contains a very healthy dose of blurred out nudity. Indulge yourself below.

“She’s Out Of Her Mind” appears on the band’s new album California the first album to feature Alkaline Trio‘s Matt Skiba on both guitar and vocals. Skiba joined the band after Tom DeLonge’s departure back in January, 2015.

Box Car Racer to reunite for new album?

In a recent interviewBlink-182 drummer Travis Barker talked about the possibility of reuniting with Angels & Airwaves frontman and former Blink bandmate Tom DeLonge for another Box Car Racer album. He states:

“You know, it’s been mentioned [laughs]. That’d be cool, but it’s hard because the last one caused so many problems with Blink. It was weird because at the time I was listening to Stanford Prison Experiment, Pitchfork, Quicksand, Fugazi, all these bands, and Tom [DeLonge] was like, “What the fuck is Quicksand?” He heard it and fell in love and really dived right into that whole post-hardcore genre.

We started writing and had no idea what it was going to be for. I think we were both under the impression in the beginning that it was going to be a Blink album. Then it was like, no let’s do this cool little side project, but we won’t put an album out. Then the label heard it and wanted to put it out. Then there wasn’t going to be a tour, but they were like ah, you can do this tour. It just spiraled out of control. . . But I don’t know. [Mark’s] not in the band, so would it cause a lot of problems? Would it not? I have no idea. It’s something I can’t even wrap my head around just because I’m so proud of this album that we’re currently supporting. But I love Box Car. It was a cool album and cool sound.”

Box Car Racer’s only release, a self-titled album, came out in 2002 before they disbanding a year later.

Blink-182 stream new album “California” & Japanese bonus track “Hey, I’m Sorry”

blink-182-bored-to-death-videoBlink-182 put out their new album California last Friday, but if you’re like us, you probably missed out on it because you were busy eating obscene amounts of hot dogs and blowing up fireworks.

The good news is you can listen to the entire album (and a Japanese bonus track titled “Hey, I’m Sorry”) right now, below.

California was released on July 1st. It is Blink’s first album to feature Alkaline Trio‘s Matt Skiba on both guitar and vocals. Skiba joined the band after Tom DeLonge’s departure back in January, 2015.

It’s been a month! But today, Bobby Pickles drops a brand new Episode of Dying Scene Radio feat. new DSR war correspondent AnarchoPunk; SPOTLIGHT INTERVIEW: PEARS

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles is joined by two foxy mothereffers, Chris Fox (Vampirates/Boss’ Daughter) via Vampirates’ Knoxville, TN (absolutely not the birthplace of Hunter S. Thompson) stop on their #MaximumPartyTime never-ending tour across the globe, and DS Staff Writer AnarchoPunk who’s transcending from strictly a talented writer to a rogue punk beat reporter, despite his inability to adequately record his end of the podcast for this here episode. He did, however, manage to adequately interview PEARS (SPOTLIGHT INTERVIEW) at Complex music venue in Glendale, California. Plus, new music by blink-182 , GuttermouthDescendents, and The Misfits.

Here all the incessant blathering, latest headlines and music BELOW!

Blink-182 release new song “No Future”

blink-182-bored-to-death-videoPop punk veterans Blink-182 have released a lyric video for their song “No Future”, taken from their long-awaited new album California. You can check it out below.

California is due out on July 1st, 2016. It will be the band’s first album with Alkaline Trio‘s Matt Skiba on both guitar and vocals as the replacement for original singer Tom DeLonge, who parted ways with the band in January of last year.

Blink-182 premiere “Bored to Death” music video

blink-182-bored-to-death-videoReleasing a new album, supporting a new tour, joined by a new member… Why not release a new video?

Blink-182 just unveiled a music video for “Bored to Death”, a song off of their highly anticipated forthcoming album “California”. Check out the new video below.

Blink 182 add more dates to upcoming tour

For their upcoming tour with A Day To Remember and All American Rejects, Blink 182 have added three more dates to the line up.

These include:
October 5: Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara CA
October 6: Save Mart Center, Fresno CA
October 7: Irvine Meadows AMP, Irvine CA

This is one awesome line up, so it’s cool to see more dates added to the bill. Blink 182 will be releasing their seventh studio album California this summer.


blink-182 stream new song “Rabbit Hole”

In case you forgot or something, blink-182 will be releasing California, their seventh studio album, this summer. They’re streaming a new tune titled “Rabbit Hole,” which is the second official single (although it’s the third track they’ve released overall) from the record.

You can give “Rabbit Hole” a listen below.

California is due out on July 1st, 2016. You can listen to the other two songs they’ve released (“Bored to Death” and “Built This Pool”) here and here, respectively.

It’s a brand new Episode of Dying Scene Radio feat. Bobby Pickles and his crew of ragtag misfits, and Elena Venetia LIVE from Delaware (why?); SPOTLIGHT INTERVIEW: DIRECT HIT!

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles is joined by his ragtag crew of misfits: TONE LO-KI & Piazza (not the famous baseball hall-of-famer); as well as Elena Venetia LIVE from Delaware. It’s a motley crew of “eegits” talking medieval rape, unrepressed anger, and spinning new tracks by Blink -182 and Masked Intruder. SPOTLIGHT INTERVIEW: DIRECT HIT!

Blink-182 – Bored To Death
Beartooth – Loser
The Run Around – A Voice
Thrice – Black Honey
Masked Intruder – Take What I Want
Future Idiots – Eyes Of Mine
Heart Attack Kids – Deaf Dogs
Wicked Bears – Piazza, L.A. Dodger
Tiny Moving Parts – Common Cold
Death by Stereo – Neverending
Less Thank Jake – Suburban Myth
Bitch Queens – Again, Again & Again
Direct Hit! – Artificial Confidence
NO//LIARS – Catalyst
Sniper 66 – Messiah
The Gap Year – Under Your Tongue
Ethan 103  – Punk Rock Fashion Police
State Line Syndicate – Borrowed Time
Brash Hounds – Bobby Fischer
D.O.A. – Fucked Up Donald
The Taxpayers – Easy Money

Here all the incessant blathering, latest headlines and music BELOW!

Blink-182 release new song “Built This Pool”

Blink-182  is continuing to make news with the release of a new song titled “Built This Pool.”  You can check out the whole track, in its fifteen second glory, below.

If you like the song, you can download it for free on the band’s website.

“Built This Pool” will be featured on Blink’s upcoming album California, due out on July 1st.

Blink-182 announce US tour with A Day To Remember, All American Rejects & more

Continuing their assault on your social media feeds, Blink-182 have now announced they will be touring the US this summer/fall. Check out the full list of dates and locations below.

Joining them on select dates of the tour will be A Day To Remember, All American Rejects, All Time Low, and DJ Spider.

Blink-182 recently announced details of their new album California, which is due out July 1st. You can pre-order the album here, and check out a new song from the album here.

New Music: Blink-182 – “Bored To Death” from upcoming album “California”

I’ll cut right to the chase with this one: Blink-182‘s new track “Bored To Death,” the first to surface with new member Matt Skiba, is streaming below. Listen, dammit.

“Bored To Death” is slated to appear on the band’s new album California, which is due out July 1st. As you should already know, it will be the band’s first release without Tom DeLonge and with the above-mentioned Skiba. Pre-order it here.

Mark Hoppus posts clip of Matt Skiba singing new Blink-182 song

Blink-182 bassist Mark Hoppus has been posting short clips and pictures from the studio on his Instagram page since the band started recording a new album earlier this year. The latest is a clip of Matt Skiba recording vocals for a new song.

You can check out the 6-second video in which Skiba sings “What’s the point of saying sorry now?” below.

All we really know about the new Blink album right now is that it’s being produced by John Feldmann of Goldfinger. We’ll keep you posted as more details, studio teasers, etc. surface.

Blink-182 working on new album with John Feldmann

As of late, Blink-182 have been in the studio recording their long-awaited new album, which is expected to be released later this year. Not many details have been given, but Mark Hoppus recently posted a picture of the band on Twitter with John Feldmann from Goldfinger, which indicates that he’s the producer of the new album. Hoppus writes:

“In the studio for 14 hours today and drank so much coffee I’ll never sleep again.”

Blink’s new record will be their first with new guitarist/vocalist, Alkaline Trio‘s Matt Skiba, who joined the band following their not-so-amicable split with Tom DeLonge.