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.
It has been confirmed that Blink-182 is coming back with a new album. The group's Tom DeLonge took to his own Instagram account on Monday, July 14 to announce that he and his bandmates had just started working on the anticipated record.
"Rehearsals start today... And yes there will be a new album #SorryForTheWait #Blink," the guitarist wrote, captioning an old photo of him, drummer Travis Barker and bassist Mark Hoppus as teenagers.
Blink-182 already revealed their plan to make a new album in an interview with MTV last year. "Once we start, it moves," DeLonge, who was accompanied by Hoppus, said of recording an album. "It's like painting, you know? You've just got to start with that first brushstroke, and get your clothes off, and get the other person's clothes off, get a little bit of feces, smear it around. Just get going."
More details about the trio's new album, including title and release date, are still unknown. It will mark their first full-length since 2011's "Neighborhoods".