Check out a fan-shot video of All Time Low performing a cover of Blink-182’s “All The Small Things,”from their recent show in San Diego, by clicking read more.
Tragedy struck in Boston, Massachusetts today (April 15th), as two explosions disrupted the Boston Marathon. Two are dead and local hospitals reporting at least 134 people being treated, at least 17 of them in critical condition and 25 in serious condition.
Musicians have taken to Twitter to express their condolences about today’s tragic event, some of which can be found by clicking read more.
With the recent release of Simple Plan’s Japanese version of their hit single, “Summer Paradise,” with Taka of Japan’s ONE OK ROCK, we were thinking about all of great collaborations the band have done over the last ten years but we want to know, which is your favorite?
Check out the tracks below and vote for your favorite at the bottom!
Check out a fan-shot video of members of All Time Low, Pierce The Veil, Of Mice & Men and Chelsea Grin performing a cover of Blink-182’s “Dammit” in Melbourne by clicking read more.
Don’t forget, All Time Low will be heading out tour this spring with Pierce The Veil. All dates and ticket information can be found here.
Following their recent Twitter battle, Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and AJ Maddah, the promoter of Australia’s Soundwave Festival, have sorted things out and according to Barker, everything was down to a ‘huge lack of communication’.
A message from Travis via Twitter can be found by clicking read more.
According to AJ Maddah, the promoter of Australia’s Soundwave Festival, Travis Barker has charged Blink-182 a sum of $1.5 million to continue to play without him on the band’s current Australian tour.
You can see what Maddah had to say here and find a statement released from Travis, following the promoter’s comments made on Twitter, by clicking read more.
Blink-182 kicked off their Australian tour tonight (February 20th) at the Allphones Arena in Sydney and treated fans to a stripped down performance of “Boxing Day” as well as “All Of This”.
You can watch a fan-shot video of the performance by clicking read more.
In case you missed it earlier, you can check out the set list from the show here.
Blink-182 kicked off their Australian tour tonight (February 20th) at the Allphones Arena in Sydney and performed a career spanning set list, consisting of 25 songs and two encores.
The band also debuted, for the first time in a live setting, tracks from their 2012 “Dogs Eating Dogs” EP.
You can check out the set list by clicking read more.
Blink-182 have announced that drummer Travis Barker will not be joining the band on their upcoming Australian tour due to his fear of flying.
The band have confirmed that Brooks Wackerman (Bad Religion, Tenacious D) will replace Barker.
A statement from Blink can be found by clicking read more.
Blink-182’s new EP “Dogs Eating Dogs” has debuted at number 23 on the Billboard 200.
The five-track release also got to number 3 on the Independent Albums chart, number 5 on the Rock chart, number 2 on the Alternative Albums chart and number 3 on the Digital Albums chart.
The wait is finally over!
Blink-182’s long-awaited new EP “Dogs Eating Dogs” can be streamed in its entirety by clicking read more.
“Dogs Eating Dogs” will be released officially tomorrow (December 18th). You can pre-order the five-track release via Tunes here and a variety of bundles can be purchased via Blink182.com.