Travis Barker thinks that Tom DeLonge ‘doesn’t like punk music. It was just a phase for him.’
Not that DeLonge is a stranger to the extraterrestrial world. Last summer, he claimed he saw a UFO—and was really stoked about chasing it for a half hour.
When All Time Low’s Jack Barakat and Rian Dawson each got tattoos of the Blink-182 bunny back in 2008, they had no idea that one day they’d be sitting in Mark Hoppus’ home studio writing a song together.
Highland Park’s punk rock donut shop, Donut Friend, is selling their popular Blink-182 themed donut–the Bacon 182–for only $1.
Tom DeLonge posted two song clips which he says have no home. Well, at least he labeled them #songwithoutahome and #March1, which we can only surmise is a release date.
On today’s Kevin & Bean Show: Eric Stonestreet stops by to talk about his new movie “The Loft,” Mark Duplass talks about HBO’s Togetherness and Travis Barker talks about Blink 182 and the Musink Festival.
Travis Barker stopped by The Kevin & Bean Show to talk about the upcoming Musink Festival, the current situation with Tom DeLonge, and the future of Blink-182.
Tom DeLonge has used his Facebook page to pen a lengthy letter to Blink-182 fans about the current state of the band.
In a statement released this morning from the band’s publicist, Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker explain the show must go on with Alkaline Trio frontman Matt Skiba.
In a statement released this morning from the band’s publicist, Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker explain the show must go on.