Blink-182 made their debut with Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba in place of Tom DeLonge at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles.
Was the new single by Tom DeLonge originally supposed to be a Blink-182 song? Listen and decide for yourself.
The latest from the drama over at the Blink-182 camp revolves around a recent interview with drummer Travis Barker.
In the ongoing discussion about what happened between Tom DeLonge and Blink-182, it's come to light that he might be pursuing other non-musical paths.
Tom DeLonge has some new music "without a home."
And the Blink-182 saga continues …
Nobody's perfect, but it's pretty easy to tell who the villain is in the story of Blink-182.
If you were worried that the drama surrounding Blink-182 was subsiding, fret not!
It's looking less and less like Blink-182 will be able to stay together for the kids.
In a new interview, Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker lay it all out there, calling Tom DeLonge "disrespectful and ungrateful."