Posts Tagged ‘Blink-182’

NEWS: Tom DeLonge launches space research company, To The Stars Academy!

Nowadays, Angels & Airwaves frontman and Blink-182 founder Tom DeLonge‘s interests and involvement with space and extraterrestrials is pretty common knowledge. He even won the Researcher Of The Year Award from the International UFO Congress earlier this year. Now, he’s taken his involvement into this side of his life even further.

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NEWS: The Fever joined by Travis Barker (Blink-182) at their first ever show – watch full set!

Excluding their impromptu performance on Independence Day where they performed a small handful of songs from the back of a U-Haul truck in the car park (or, parking lot) of Randy’s Donuts in Inglewood, California, freshly born super group The Fever performed their first ever show earlier this week (August 31st 2017) at The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood.

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NEWS: Tom DeLonge has helped track down alleged sexual predators!

Though a lot of his attention in recent years has focused around the extra terrestrial, which resulted in him winning a UFO Researcher of the Year award earlier this year, it seems that Tom DeLonge, frontman for Angels & Airwaves and former member of Blink-182, has been focusing his attention and efforts elsewhere too.

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NEWS: Blink-182 cancel tonight’s Bournemouth show!

Currently on the midst of a UK tour in support of their highly-acclaimed studio album ‘California’, pop-punk trio Blink-182 have regrettably announced that they have been forced to cancel tonight’s (July 17th 2017) show at the BIC in Bournemouth due to illness.

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LIVE: Blink-182 @ Castlefield Bowl, Manchester (14/07/2017)

Date: July 14th 2017
Venue: Castlefield Bowl, Manchester
Support: The Front Bottoms / Frank Turner


It’s not a regular occurrence to attend a gig at an outdoor venue, at least not in the UK. Yet, following the tragic events that took place at the Manchester Arena in May, a number of shows scheduled to be hosted there had been moved, rescheduled, or cancelled for the coming months whilst repairs are carried out. Blink-182 went for the former option, instead occupying the amphitheatre makeshift venue that is the Castlefield Bowl for their first Manchester show in five years.

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NEWS: Blink-182 move Manchester Arena show to Castlefield Bowl!

After the cancellation of their originally scheduled show at Manchester Arena (which we originally reported here), which is expected to remain closed until September following last month’s tragic terrorist attack, pop-punk trio Blink-182 have now moved their show to the Castlefield Bowl.

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NEWS: Blink-182’s Manchester Arena show (July 14th 2017) cancelled!

Following the tragic events that unfolded at the Manchester Arena venue last month (May 22nd 2017), and the ongoing closure of the venue, pop-punk trio Blink-182 have been forced to cancel their forthcoming show at the Arena, which was set to take place on July 14th 2017.

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AUDIO: The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die – Built This Pool (Blink-182 cover)

Connecticut based emo septet The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die have reportedly finished making their third album not too long ago, and that it’s currently being mastered. But, before we get to listen to that, the band have offered up a cover of ‘Built This Pool’ by pop-punk trio Blink-182.

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LYRIC VIDEO: Blink-182 – Wildfire

Blink-182 have released a lyric video for their new track ‘Wildfire’.

The song is taken off the deluxe version of the band’s 2016 record ‘California’, which will be released on May 19th.

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NEWS: Tom DeLonge & Travis Barker reportedly tease reforming Box Car Racer!

In a small series of tweets posted by Tom DeLonge (ex-Blink-182), it appears that he and Travis Barker (Blink-182 drummer) have been talking about their side-project Box Car Racer, which the two former back in 2001 to pursue darker songs and lyrical topics. At the time, whilst in Blink-182, they were more focused on their hit album, ‘Take Off Your Pants & Jacket’.

Through the project, the band released one self-titled full-length in 2002, which spawned the singles ‘I Feel So’ and ‘There Is’. They also toured briefly off the back of the record before disbanding the project in 2003, reportedly due to tensions between the two bands.

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