Blink-182 performing Cynical live in St. Paul/Minneapolis on September 8, 2016.
Video/Audio taken with Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS40
If you were not around in the 90s, it’s pronounced Blink One Eighty-Two, and not Blink One Eight Two.
Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and Matt Skiba posted a message on Twitter which read: “We’ll see you at @downloadfest!” with a link back to the UK event. However, that post was then taken down and replaced with a new message with a link to the Paris event, also featuring System Of A Down, Linkin Park and Prophets Of Rage.
System Of A Down confirmed their place at the French festival, along with a string of other summer European dates.
The California punk-rockers are not the newcomers of the year because they started their career in the early 90s and have been on top of their game since 1999 when they released their third album, “Enema Of The State”. It went on to sell 15 million copies worldwide and the following album even hit number one. Known for the humor in their lyrics, the group comprising of Mark Hoppus, Matt Skiba and Travis Barker can also be serious when necessary, their worldwide success being a testament to their talent. Blink-182 will undoubtedly play a greatest hits setlist on the Main Stage for what is already one of the most anticipated concerts of the weekend.
A Day To Remember and Matt Skiba cover Private Eye by Alkaline Trio. Blink-182 California Summer Tour with A Day To Remember, All American Rejects, DJ Spider – Tinley Park Chicago Illinois 9/9/2016
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at Super Stage, Circuit of the Americas, Austin, TX, USA, 04.06.2016
AFTER Tom DeLong formed Blink 182 and the group would dominate pop punk with hits like “Dammit”, “What’s My Age Again?”, “Adams Song”, “All the small things”, and “Aliens Exist”.
If you’re a Blink 182 fan you are well aware that the group has dropped their 7th studio album titled California in 2016, but the groups founding member Tom DeLonge is no longer in the band. The group has broken up before back in 2005 due to the boys not getting along and creative difference so Tom formed Angels & Airwaves, during this time he was also struggling with an addiction to pain killers. Angels & Airwaves should probably have been titled Aliens & Airwaves after Tom’s life long obsession of studying UFO’s, extraterrestrials and space conspiracy. Tom’s interest in space and it’s mysteries has led him to go on camping endeavours outside of Area 51 where he recalls loosing 3 hours of time and a group of men or aliens chatting outside his tent. Tom has dug so deep into alien literature and UFO research that he says he is now in talks with sources at NASA and the Department of Defense and is creating space books, films and music. These are commitments that have him too tied up to hang with the boys of Blink 182.
What’s going on guys? My name is Michael McCrudden documenting the life and career of Tom DeLonge after his initial rise to fame, here for you on AFTER They Were Famous. You guys have been asking for this video for months and I’m a massive Blink 182 fans. I got dumped not long ago and jammed out to Always for like a week. Aright, enough about me let’s get into this bio.
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Blink 182 broke up just when they had reached the height of their success, Mark and Travis share what really happened. Keywords:Plus 44, +44, Angels And Airwaves, Travis Barker
hahaha tom says fart!!