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Ahead of their headlining gig at the Musink Music Festival, the band's Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker brought along Matt Skiba to their show at the Roxy in Hollywood on Wednesday, March 18.
The vocalist hints that he'll debut the two songs originally planned for the group's new album on March 1.
The co-lead vocalist still denies his departure, saying that he just finds it 'hard as hell to commit' to working with the group again as he still has other projects.
The co-lead vocalist denies leaving the trio after bandmates Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker announce they've hired another vocalist to fill in for him at an upcoming live show.
The group's guitarist Tom DeLonge posts a throwback photo of him and his bandmates and confirms that their new album is currently in the works.
The rock band is performing their 1997 single called 'Dammit' when LL Cool J walks onstage and performs his 1991 song, 'Mama Said Knock You Out'.
The drummer of the punk rock band opts out of their Australian tour due to his fear of flying.
The rock band fronted by Mark Hoppus unveil Yelawolf-featured 'Pretty Little Girls' single from their 'Dogs Eating Dogs' mini album.
A week to go before their 'Dogs Eating Dogs' EP release, Blink 182 premiere the new folky, guitar-driven track that is very timely for the holiday season.
Drummer Travis Barker says the new EP is 'way out' and a hundred times better than the band's last album, 'Neighborhoods'.
Following their drummer's emergency tonsillectomy, the Mark Hoppus-fronted band scrap a number of North American concerts, including their anticipated show at the Bamboozle Festival.
Tom DeLonge and his bandmates take fans to follow the story of two youngsters who are trapped inside of an insane asylum.
Being accused of surgically enhancing her breasts, the former 'Hannah Montana' star takes to Twitter to deny by writing, 'I wish they'd realize you don't have to be fake to be beautiful!'
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the music festival will return to its original home at the North Beach Asbury Park in New Jersey.
Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker are back with a newly-recharged sound which is only a teaser of what's to come in their upcoming album.