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Blink 182 – Last Train Home

Blink 182Blink 182 is streaming the new song “Last Train Home.”  The track appears on the deluxe version of their recent album, California, featuring 11 brand new songs and an acoustic version of “Bored To Death”, which dropped last week.

Listen to the song below.

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Blink 182 – Wildfire

Blink 182Blink 182 is streaming the new song “Wildfire.”  The track will appear on the deluxe version of their recent album, California, featuring 11 brand new songs and an acoustic version of “Bored To Death”, and is set to drop on May 19, 2017.

Listen to the song below.

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Blink 182 – Misery

Blink 182Blink 182 is streaming the new song “Misery.”  The track will appear on the deluxe version of their recent album, California, featuring 11 brand new songs and an acoustic version of “Bored To Death”, and is set to drop on May 19, 2017.

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Blink 182 – Parking Lot

Blink 182Blink 182 is streaming the new song “Parking Lot.”  The track will appear on the deluxe version of their recent album, California, featuring 11 brand new songs and an acoustic version of “Bored To Death”, and is set to drop on May 19, 2017.

Listen to the song below.

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Video: Blink 182 – She’s Out Of Her Mind

Blink 182Blink 182 ha premiered a music video for the song “She’s Out of Her Mind.”  The track appears on the recent album, California, which is set to drop this July.

Watch the video below.

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Blink 182

Live in Vancouver (09/18/16)

Abbotsford Centre - Vancouver, BC
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When the black curtains fell at the Abbotsford Centre, Blink 182 dived into an evening of nostalgia and progression, creating a unique evening showcasing the future and past of the pop punk band.

Touring in support of this year’s California, the trio treated Vancouver to their first post-Tom DeLonge performance with Alkaline Trio‘s Matt Skiba taking over guitar and vocal duties. Sonically, Skiba fits perfectly. Years of harmonizing with Dan Andriano has readied him for the new role, what took a hit is the on-stage presence that Blink used to have.

The banter between Mark and Tom was always fascinating, comical and so very real. Off-the-cuff chit-chat that not only felt fresh, but also incredibly genuine. Each night felt like a new show no matter how many of the same songs they played.

Skiba hasn’t quite perfected that repertoire with Mark yet, making the performance a bit more – dare I say – normal.

However, the show itself – the setlist, pyrotechnics, and lights – were on top form.

As the opening chords of Feeling This blared through the speakers, four big bangs rung though the arena and there it was: the famous flaming fuck from Blink 182‘s Take Off Your Pants and Jacket tour. It was a throwback to an older tour gimmick, a hidden gem that many people probably have forgotten but it also set the tone for the night as they continually pulled through hidden gems – many of which came from TOYPAJ itself.

Somehow you just wouldn’t expect them to pull out Family Reunion or Happy Holidays Your Bastard when they just released Built This Pool, but the night featured all three and Brohemian Rhapsody as well. In between you were treated to the hits – I Miss You, What’s My Age Again, All The Small Things, Stay Together For The Kids  – alongside many of the lesser known cuts like Dystentary Gary, Dumpweed, Down, Reckless Abandon and Violence (which was used for Barker’s famous show-stopping solo section). The distinction between famed abd

Of course, the evening wouldn’t be a new tour without cuts from their latest album making an appearance, so the crowd got to compare Skiba’s writing style to DeLonge’s as the switched from I Miss You to Bored to Death and San Diego to Not Now

Their set was punctuated by flames spitting out all around Travis Barker and interactive videos splashed across the big screen (the videos for The Rockshow, Dystentary Gary and Los Angeles definitely being the highlights). They even filled the crowd with inflatable sex dolls for First Date.

Sadly, the venue itself wasn’t as ready for the show as the band was. The sound was sub-par, muffled for a large part of the set; and for four entire songs, the house lights were fully on. At first it may have been a schtick, but it soon became evident that something was wrong and the lights were stuck on inadvertently.

Was the show the best Blink show to grace Vancouver in the past several years – definitely not. I missed some of the comedic charm that DeLonge and Hoppus carried with them, but nothing really matters when they end the night with both Carousel and Dammit in their encore.

Anytime those two songs come on – well, then the night’s a success.

Photos by Nick Dudar

   

Blink-182’s ‘Take Off Your Pants And Jacket’ Gets Vinyl Reissue

Blink 182 TOYPAJOn September 30, Blink 182‘s double Platinum selling album Take Off Your Pants and Jacket will see a national retail wide release on limited edition coloured vinyl via srcvinyl. The album will be widely available throughout Canada and the USA via Amazon, srcvinyl, FYE, Urban Outfitters and indie retail shops. The album will be available on a limited edition translucent red vinyl and housed in a gatefold sleeve accompanied by an 11  x11 insert. Additionally, this double LP pressing will include all six bonus tracks originally released only through the Red Plane, Yellow Pants and Green Jacket CD and on the original vinyl singles. Enema Of The State, Dude Ranch and Cheshire Cat are also available on limited coloured vinyl

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Blink 182’s Take Off Your Pants And Jacket Vinyl Reissue

Blink 182 TOYPAJ

srcvinyl is reissuing Blink 182’s 2001 album Take Off Your Pants and Jacket as a deluxe double album on coloured vinyl on August 26 2016. The album has been re-mastered for vinyl and includes a gatefold jacket with 11 x 11 insert on limited edition red vinyl.

Take Off Your Pants and Jacket was the fourth studio album by the American pop punk band Blink-182. Produced by the late Jerry Finn, the album had immediate success, becoming the first punk rock identified record to debut at number one on the Billboard 200 and was certified double platinum within three weeks of release, it went onto sell over fourteen million copies worldwide. The album will also be released on cassette alongside several other Blink 182 favourites which are now available for purchase or pre-order here

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Tours: Blink-182 / A Day To Remember / All American Rejects / All Time Low / DJ Spider

A Day To RememberA Day To Remember, hardcore act from Ocala, Fla., announced they will head out on an arena tour this summer in support of punk legends Blink-182, along with All American Rejects, All Time Low and DJ Spider. Check out the tour dates below.

Blink-182 recently released a lyric video for their new single Bored To Death. The single is off the band’s upcoming album titled California which will be available on July 1. Pre-order is available here.

A Day To Remember are currently playing a string of shows including an appearance at Amnesia Rockfest leading up to the tour with Blink-182. Dates for these shows follow.

May 17: Uptown Theater – Kansas City, MO
May 18: Limelight Eventplex – Peoria, IL
May 20: Rock on the Range – Columbus, OH
May 21: Rock ‘N Derby – Schaghticoke, NY
June 24: Amnesia Rockfest – Montebello, QC

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Blink 182 – Bored To Death

Blink 182Blink 182 ha premiered their first new song featuring recently added bandmate Matt Skiba.  The track will appear on the upcoming album, California, which is set to drop this July.

Listen to the song below.

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Tom Delonge – Circle-Jerk Pit

Tom DelongeTom DeLonge has premiered a brand new song.  The track is titled “Circle-Jerk Pit and is from his upcoming solo album, To The Stars, which is due out April 20, 2015.   Pre-orders are available here.

Give the new track a listen below.

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Blink 182 To Do Short “Untitled” 10 Year Anniversary Tour

blink 182Yesterday during an interview on KROQ, Travis Barker and Mark Hoppus of Blink 182 unveiled plans to play three shows in California next month to celebrate the ten year anniversary of their 2003 Untitled album. 

The band will be playing the completed album back to back along with select cuts from their other albums as well.  Tickets for the two Palladium shows go on sale Friday, October 25th at 10am via Ticketmaster.com. Tickets for the Red Bull Sound Space show cannot be purchased, but you can enter to win them here.

In the interview, the band also talked about plans to release a new album next year.

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New Blink 182 Album in 2014

Blink 182Pop-punk legends Blink 182 have announced they will release a new album in late spring/early summer 2014. The as yet unwritten and record will co e together when the band get together in the studio later this year. Mark Hoppus has said this about the writing process:

“It always happens when the three of us are together in a room, because when [we’re not touring], Tom lives in San Diego, Travis lives in Los Angeles and I live in London, so we don’t really talk all that much. But then when we get in a room together, it all falls into place and we start making jokes. That’s when we start writing songs and reconnecting with everything.”

This will be the band’s first full length since Neighborhoods in 2011 and follow last year’s Dogs Eating Dogs digital EP.

   

Travis Barker Drops From Australian Blink 182 Tour

Blink 182Blink-182‘s drummer, Travis Barker, will no longer be joining the band when they head down to Australia on February 20th. Barker was unable to overcome his fear of flying in order to make the trip. The band explained:

“The trip to Australia was planned during our European tour last summer. The band knew the chances of Travis overcoming his fear of flying, which was magnified after the horrible plane crash in 2008, would be a challenge, but we wanted to play for our fans in Australia nonetheless. The three of us tried all measures to get us all there in full form. Travis has been working to overcome his fear of flying. Since we now know we have to make the trip without Travis our friend Brooks Wackerman (Bad Religion, Tenacious D) has stepped in. We love our fans in Australia so canceling was not an option so we still plan to come and play some kick ass shows. Mark, Tom, and Travis”

Barker also made a personal statement saying:

“I’m sorry to announce i won’t be joining Blink-182 on this Australian tour. I still haven’t gotten over the horrific events that took place the last time i flew when my plane crashed and 4 people were killed, two being my best friends. I gave the band my blessing to take another drummer if they still wanted to do the tour without me. I hope to come to Australia again some day perhaps by ship if need be. Unfortunately, there wasn’t a boat that worked with the schedule this time around. Once again I’m sorry to all the fans.”

Replacing Barker on the tour is Bad Religion drummer Brooks Wackerman. 

The band self-released Dogs Eating Dogs last year.

   
Blink 182 - Untitled

Blink 182

Untitled

Geffen Records
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Rating: 4/5

 
 

 

 

Forget about anal sex with animals. Forget about incest and guys with three testicles. Forget about masturbation and ejaculation. Forget anything you may think you know about this band and put any preconceptions behind you. The guys of Blink182 have moved away from their immature jokes that they are known for and have made a new, different, mature album.

“Hello there, my angel from my nightmare. The shadow from the background of the morgue. The unsuspecting victim of darkness in the valley We can live like Jack and Sally if we want. Where you can always find me. We’ll have Halloween on Christmas, and in the night we’ll wish this never ends.” The first lines of the band’s second single “I Miss You“, not something you’d expect to hear from this trio is it? The truth is, nothing on this album is what you have come to expect from them. Darker lyrics, heavier melodies along with nastier, stronger and grittier riffs are what you find in the latest effort from the San Diego trio.

Blink182 used many different techniques to make their songs sound exactly the way they wanted them to sound. It worked perfectly, but I find it hard to imagine how they will play the songs live and make them sound the same as the recording. Will they bring a shower onto the stage to sing into to get the same reverb sound that they have on Down? Or will Tom stand 15 feet away from the microphone and scream into it for certain parts of Feeling This? Will they ever get the chance to play All Of This live? Without the help of Robert Smith from The Cure? I don’t know, we’ll have to wait and see.

The Untitled album is something new from the band, pumping something different onto the airwaves then the generic pop-punk we are seeing everywhere. It takes some time to get into and to really understand. I really doubt that many people will fall in love with it in their first listen, but give it time and it will grow on you. O, and one final thing, now it is impossible to say that Blink182 “sold out”. They have created a 50 minute album of songs for themselves and no one else. They threw away all conventional writing methods and made an album which must be respected and enjoyed. You may not agree with what they write about or may not like some of their songs; but they are still a band that deserves respect no matter what for that succeeded and what all bands try to do: they made an album for themselves. Forgot about what people wanted them to make and wrote an album for themselves and if their fans don’t like it, well that’s their problem.

Blink 182 - Greatest Hits

Blink 182

Greatest Hits

Geffen Records
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Rating: 4/5

 
 

 

 

Say all you want about Blink182, call them sell outs, call them posers, call them whatever you want to. But deep down, you know that they’ve done a lot of positive things for the punk rock scene. Chances are, unless you had an older sibling who was into punk, your first punk band was Blink182. I know that that’s true for me. And I know, that if it wasn’t for them, this site wouldn’t be here. I would not have gotten into punk, never would’ve started making sites (my first site was a Blink fan site), and my life would be completely different. Hell, one of the first ever cds I burnt was cleverly entitled “Best of Blink”. So it’s safe to say that even though I already own every single Blink CD, a greatest hits collection still sparked my interest.

And really, Greatest Hits is a nice collection of the band’s songs from their six CDs (not counting Buddha – which, oddly enough, doesn’t make an appearance here). Chances are you’ve heard 99% of the songs on here with all but four being big hit singles. They kick it off in chronological order with some songs from Cheshire Cat with M&Ms and Carousel, easily one of the band’s most popular tracks. From there, they then go through all their major singles like Dammit, What’s My Age Again?, All The Small Things, The Rock Show and so forth all the way to their most recent single, Always. They even including the only studio track from The Mark Tom And Travis ShowMan Overboard.

The weirdest thing about this CD though is that the main selling point is the two new bonus songs: Not Now and Another Girl Another Plant – both of which aren’t all that new. Not Now is widely availed throughout the internet and was a special bonus track on their untitled release in the UK while Another Girl Another Planet is the theme song for Travis Barker’s reality TV show, Meet The Barkers. And while this makes both these songs a lot easier to ge a hold of, it would’ve been nice to actually hear two real unreleased songs.

Blink182‘s Greatest Hits is easily summed up as this: it’s Blink182. You either love them or you hate them, and you’ve all heard the songs on this before. So the choice is up to you whether you want to pick it up or not. For fans like me, it’s a nice addition to cap off a successful career with.

Blink 182 Video Trailer For Christmas EP

blink 182Blink 182 has released a video trailer and details for their upcoming Christmas EP.  The five song album is titled Dogs Eating Dogs, which is set for digital release on December 18, 2012.  The band will be releasing the EP independently.

The video along with tracklisting can be found below.

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Blink 182 – Boxing Day

blink 182Blink 182 has debuted the first song from their upcoming Christmas EP.  The song is titled “Boxing Day” and is one of a number of songs from Dogs Eating Dogs, which is set for digital release on December 18, 2012.  The band will be releasing the EP independently.

Give the song a listen below.

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Blink 182 To Release EP For Christmas

Blink 182

While very few details have surfaced as of yet, it appears that Blink 182, who just split with their long time label Interscope Records and entered the studio to record new songs, will be releasing a new EP in time for Christmas.

Guitarist Tom DeLonge made the announcement saying:

New Blink EP for x mas… 🙂

No other information has surfaced yet but we will keep you informed as we find out more. The EP will presumably be self-released.

   

Blink 182 Split With Label, Begin Recording New Album

Blink 182

A few stories have recently come out from the Blink 182 camp in the last little while.

First was the announcement that they have left Interscope Records and are now operating as an independent band. Bassist Mark Hoppus explained to MTV saying:

Yes indeed, we are no longer with Interscope. It’s been a long, amazing journey with them, starting with Cargo records, then MCA, then Geffen, and finally Interscope, but the time has come to move on. The reasons for us not working together are many and varied, but mostly we wish them luck in everything in their future, and thank those there who’ve worked so hard on Blink-182 throughout the years.”

The band reunited to release their album Neighborhoods last year on Interscope.

Originally, Hoppus announced plans to begin recording after their tour of Australia comes to an end in February; however, according to a recent Twitter update, it appears that Blink 182 are heading to California this week to begin recording. Chances are these will be demos for what will turn into the full album in February. Guitarist Tom DeLonge meanwhile has been posting some cryptic updates on his Twitter account about the writing process.

In other news, the band recently released a limited edition tshirt design with 100% of the profits going to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy.

   

Blink182 Cancels North American Tour

blink 182Blink 182 have canceled their May 2012 North American tour dates due to a medical emergency as drummer Travis Barker required an urgent tonsillectomy with a recovery period expected to extend beyond the scheduled tour dates. 

The May 10th and 11th concerts at the Winstar Casino in Thackerville, OK have been rescheduled for September 13 and 14, 2012. All previously issued tickets will be honored on the new dates respectively.  Refunds are available at point of purchase. The rest of the dates, which can be seen below, are cancelled and will not be rescheduled.

The cancellation does not effect their European tour this summer.

Replacing them at the Bamboozle Festival in Asbury Park, NJ will be My Chemical Romance.

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Travis Barker & Animal Have A Drum-Off

Travis Barker and the Muppets

On March 21st, Dr Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, the funk band from The Muppets, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote the DVD release of their new Muppets Movie staring Jason Segal and Amy Adams.

During the show they performed Can You Picture That? and were joined by Blink 182‘s Travis Barker on drums. Halfway through the song, the drummer had a little drum-off with Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem drummer, Animal.

The clip can be seen below.

The day after, The Muppets received the 2,466th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Twin Berlin Stream Travis Barker-Produced EP

 Twin BerlinConnecticut’s garage rock band Twin Berlin have just released their new three song EP, There Goes My Virtue, on iTunes.

The EP, which can be heard below, was produced by Blink 182‘s Travis Barker as he handpicked them as the winner of Guitar Center’s Your Next Record. Your Next Record is an unsigned artist competition which saw more than 8,000 submissions and 100 finalists. 

After an intense 8-week judging process, Barker personally chose Twin Berlin as the winner of the competition and the band flww to Los Angeles to work with Barker and record their debut EP. All songs were produced by Barker at Red Bull Studios in Los Angeles. Twin Berlin was also outfitted with all new gear by GuitarCenter and awarded $10,000 as part of their grand prize. Travis Barker explained what drew him to the band saying:

What drew me to Twin Berlin was their song. It was really catchy and stuck with me. We had a good time recording for GuitarCenter’s Your Next Record.

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Tours: Blink 182 / All American Rejects / Four Year Strong / Twin Atlantic

Blink 182A group of pop punk powerhouses have announced that they will be heading out for a UK tour together on the approach to summer.  Blink 182 will headline with All American Rejects, Four Year Strong and Twin Atlantic supporting throughout.  Blink 182 last released their reunion album, Neighborhoods, in 2011. 

Full tour listings can be found below.

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Video: Blink 182 – After Midnight

Blink 182Blink 182 has released their music video for After Midnight.

The song comes from their 2011 album Neighborhoods which was their first album since 2003.

It can be seen below.

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Video: Blink 182 – After Midnight (Live On Conan)

Blink 182On Thursday night, Blink 182 stopped by Conan to peform their new single After Midnight. The performance can be seen below.

After Midnight comes from their 2011 album Neighborhoods.

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Blink 182 – Wishing Well

Blink 182Blink 182 have posted a brand new music video.  The video features the single “Wishing Well” and features a collection of live footage.  The song originates from the band’s new album Neighborhoods. The record is their first album in eight years and their first since their reunion in 2009.

Watch the video on the band’s website.

   

Video: Full Blink 182 Live Concert

Blink 182 - Mark HoppusAT&T have posted a full concert from Blink 182 filmed in Las Vegas during their recent tour in support of their brand new album, Neighborhoods.

The video is nearly an hour long and sees the band performing cuts from that album along with some old favourites.

You can watch it here.

   

New Photos: Blink 182, Rancid, Gwar, Against Me, Billy Talent, Sum41 and More!

Rancid

On this fine fall day, we are excited to welcome a new photographer into ThePunkSite.com family! Nick Bukowski will now be snapping photos and adding them to our ever growing live photo gallery as bands hit up Vancouver. 

He’s been taking some photos for us over the last few months so we are introducing him to our viewers with a total of seven new photo galleries. So, without further ado make sure to check out his photos of:

Gwar
Blink 182
Against Me!
Rancid
My Chemical Romance
Billy Talent
Sum41 

Blink 182 On Jimmy Kimmel Live

Blink 182Blink 182 recently stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live for a live performance of their current single “Up All Night.”  The song comes from the band’s new album Neighborhoods, which was released last week and was confirmed at selling 155,000 copies in that period.

Watch the full performance below.

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New Pictures: Agnostic Front, Blink 182, My Chemical Romance, Rancid

Mike Gallo of Agnostic Front

Today we’re excited to bring you four brand new photo galleries courtesy of ThePunkSite.com Micheal Fajardo!

The first set comes from the legendary hardcore band Agnostic Front. The pictures were taken at the Marquis Theater in Denver, Colorado on September 14th and it is the first set of photos we have of the band in our photo gallery. You can check them out here.

On top of that, we have three new sets of photos from this year’s 2011 Honda Civic Tour with Blink 182, My Chemical Romance and Rancid. That show was at the Comfort Dental Amphitheatre on September 4th. Those pictures can be seen here, here and here respectively.