Blink 182 Live From The Molson Amphitheater Toronto, Ontario Canada. Violence
San Antonio, Tx.
July 30, 2016
I do not own this.
Blink 182’s bonus song from the Take Off Your Pants And Jacket album. Nice ;o
The Honda Civic Tour featuring Blink 182 with special guests My Chemical Romance and Rancid is coming to USANA Amphitheatre on Saturday, Sept. 3rd!
Tickets go on sale Saturday, Jun. 11, at 10:00 a.m.
Tickets available at all Smith’s Tix locations, by phone 801-467-TIXX, 1-800-888-TIXX, online www.smithstix.com, and at the USANA Amphitheatre box office day-of-show (while supplies last)
Special acoustic performance from Mark and Matt at BBC Live Lounge.
Bored to Death
All The Small Things
The Rock Show
In September, Mark Hoppus shared new songs titles and ideas in a cryptic Instagram. The following January, at the very top of 2016 (also on Instagram) we learned that Goldfinger frontman and pop-punk powerhouse producer John “Feldy” Feldmann was working on the Blink’s new record. You might know his work from All Time Low, The Used, Good Charlotte and 5 Seconds of Summer titles.
A week later, Barker posted a video of himself tracking drums. A few days after that, we were given a video of Matt Skiba laying down vocals, screaming, “What’s the point of saying sorry now?”
New song finally out!
Blink 182 – Bored to Death
check out my Travis Barker video rockin’ his drum on Instagran
hope you like it guys
Blink 182 going to Canada
West Palm Beach, Florida
Blink-182 – Southern California punk rock band was founded in 1992 by guitarist and vocalist Tom DeLong, bass guitarist and vocalist Mark Hoppus and drummer Scott Raynor in the northern suburbs of San Diego, the city of Poway, California. The Group has achieved great success in 1999 after the release of the album Enema of the State, has reached the 9 position in the hit parade Billboard 200 and became a multi-platinum. The next album – Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (2001) – was able to take first place in the rating of the US, Canada and Germany. Fifth album of the same name (2003) marked a shift in the work of the group who brought the pop-punk sound of the band, some unusual elements of this style of experimental.
Tom DeLonge left Blink-182 in 2005, sending the band into “indefinite leave.” Tom founded a separate project Angels & Airwaves, while Hoppus and Travis Mark Barker created the group 44. Members Blink-182 reunited in February 2009 and in September 2011 they released their new album Neighborhoods. In 2015, Tom DeLonge left the group again. In his place he was invited guitarist Matt Skiba Alkaline Trio.
Mark Hoppus – vocals and bass guitar (1992-2005, 2009 -. Up to now)
Travis Barker – drums, percussion (1998-2005, 2009 – present time.)
Matt Skiba – vocals, guitar (2015 – present).
Tom DeLonge – Vocals, guitar (1992-2005, 2009-2015)
Scott Raynor – drums (1992-1998)
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