In an interview with Kevin & Bean, Travis Barker of Blink-182 stopped by to talk about their intimate upcoming Palladium shows, how Blink-182 is talking about a new album, how he never stops drumming, when his kids are allowed to get their first tattoo, and what it will be like playing their 2003 self-titled album from back to front. Frontman Mark Hoppus even hopped on the interview via from London to weigh in on this rare endeavor.
KROQ presents Blink-182 at the Hollywood Palladium on November 6th and 7th! The band is celebrating the 10th Anniversary of their iconic self-titled release and will be performing the album in its entirety, as well as other classic Blink songs. But that’s not all… the band will also be performing live in the Red Bull Sound Space at KROQ on November 7th at 1pm!
Each night of their summer tour, blink-182 drummer Travis Barker recorded a short video of his drumming to post on his Vine account. He’s just released a compilation video of all the clips, making us think he’s the real live Energizer Bunny.
Originally scheduled as a day off, Blink-182’s Tom Delonge Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker opted to add a Brooklyn show tonight as a 9/11 tribute and a means to generate money and awareness for two hospitals.
Check out photos of Rancid and The Transplants at the Hollywood Palladium on July 26, 2013.
Dim Mak founding DJ Steve Aoki recently put his mark on Psycho White’s “Push ‘Em,” the collaborative effort from Blink-182′s Travis Barker and Alabama rapper Yelawolf.
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Travis Barker was temporarily left looking like pepperoni pizza after undergoing an uncommon Middle Eastern therapy called cupping.
“We’ve always had really good chemistry together, especially when it comes to creating music,” said Aston. “We’re all kinda on the same page. Sometimes it’s kinda like a dysfunctional marriage but a marriage nonetheless.”
With the dueling vocals of “Skinhead Rob” Aston and Rancid’s Tim Armstrong backed by the hyper speed beats of Blink-182’s Travis Barker, “In A War Zone” packs a punk punch.