“We’ve always had really good chemistry together, especially when it comes to creating music,” said Aston. “We’re all kinda on the same page. Sometimes it’s kinda like a dysfunctional marriage but a marriage nonetheless.”
With the dueling vocals of “Skinhead Rob” Aston and Rancid’s Tim Armstrong backed by the hyper speed beats of Blink-182’s Travis Barker, “In A War Zone” packs a punk punch.
Ska-punk super-group the Transplants, which includes blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and Rancid frontman Tim Armstrong have released new song “Come Around,” the first single from the band’s forthcoming third full-length album, In A Warzone. The […]
For his upcoming 13th studio album, Authentic, legendary rapper LL Cool J has recruited a veritable who’s who of A-list collaborators across all musical genres, including Fitz and the Tantrums, Snoop Dogg, Brad Paisley and […]
This year’s edition of the annual music circus known as South By Southwest in Austin, Texas, raged on last night (March 14), with star turns from classic rock royalty, hip-hop legends and alt-rock pioneers alike. […]
Travis Barker continues to reinforced he’s a drummer that just wants to give back. Barker launched a new web tutorial series yesterday (February 26) titled , The Crash Course. In it, the blink-182 drummer shares […]
After releasing a heartfelt statement announcing why he would not be joining his Blink-182 bandmates at Austraila’s Soundwave Festival, drummer Travis Barker found himself in an ugly Twitter war with the show’s promoter, AJ Maddah. […]