Posts tagged "Tom DeLonge"
Spin Cycle: blink-182, "Dogs Eating Dogs"

Spin Cycle: blink-182, “Dogs Eating Dogs”

The very existence of blink-182’s new EP, Dogs Eating Dogs, might be surprising for several reasons. For one, it was rather quietly released online the week before Christmas. For another, it’s the band’s first independent release since splitting from longtime label DGC/Interscope several months ago. But most surprising is that, in five songs across 19 furious minutes, Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker have finally delivered upon the promise of their most mature and affecting album, 2003’s self-titled effort. Their last full-length, 2011’s  Neighborhoods , was […]

The Viewfinder: blink-182’s “After Midnight”

I have to start by making reference to the Travis Barker peen pics that have been floating around the internet recently. Man, you have been blessed with good luck in a million different ways. I must admit to not paying a heck of a lot of attention to blink-182’s reunion album Neighborhoods. I’ve never been more than a casual fan, but the new song “After Midnight” makes me think maybe I should give the album a full, undivided listen. The […]

Spin Cycle: blink-182’s “Neighborhoods”

If you didn’t like their self-titled record, forget about Neighborhoods. For those of us who did and enjoy both +(44) and Angel & Airwaves, Neighborhoods is the perfect amalgamation of all those parts. Since the release of their “grown up” album in 2003, blink 182 have broken up, formed all kinds of bands and eventually found their way back to each other to create Neighborhoods. Almost two years since reuniting, Neighborhoods is the prime example that a band needs to […]

The Singles Bar: blink-182’s “Up All Night”

How long has it been since blink-182 disbanded? 5 years? 6 years? A decade? It certainly feels like a long-ass time. And for the past two years or so, it seems as though they’ve been touring with no record…until now. Finally-Tom, Mark And Travis are back with a new little ditty entitled “Up All Night”. The song is the first release from their upcoming album Neighborhoods, which is due at the end of September. It’s pretty much what you’d expect […]