“To get a manager to do it, I can’t really say anything positive about that. Right there that’s a red flag.
Tom DeLonge has used his Facebook page to pen a lengthy letter to Blink-182 fans about the current state of the band.
In a statement released this morning from the band’s publicist, Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker explain the show must go on.
Tom DeLonge confirmed today that Blink-182 are finally in the studio working on a follow-up to their 2011 release, Neighborhoods.
“We can take the next step and really get back to risk-taking,” Blink-182’s Tom DeLonge told Radio.com.
“It was very forward for us, it was such an adventurous recording. That really felt good because we’d turned the corner from a pop-punk band to conceptual and progressive, um, punk band.”
Travis Barker of Blink-182 talk about their intimate Palladium shows, making a new album, when his kids are allowed to get their first tattoo, and what it will be like playing their 2003 self-titled album from back to front in several upcoming shows.