The pop punks’ new formation hits the road with A Day to Remember, All-American Rejects, and more.
And you thought you’d heard everything. You’ll wish.
Great birthday party ever?
We seem to have fallen down the rabbit’s hole a little prematurely.
Was TBS’ Friday night performance a worthy enough reason to step away from that slot machine?
It turns out Blink-182’s summer reunion did more than just help us all remember the ’90s. The trek also apparently inspired two of the openers, Taking Back Sunday and The All-American Rejects, to keep the road trip going long after Blink calls it a summer.
Now! That’s What I Call a Blink-182 tour in 2009!
48 hours ago, if someone were to ask you about Blink-182’s upcoming reunion tour, you’d probably say, “Yeah, they’re apparently planning something, but I really haven’t heard what’s going on with it.”
Well, that changed in a hurry.
With all that green screen nonsense and talk about how there won’t be a new album for quite a while, it’s easy to forget that Blink-182 is going on tour sometime soon – the lack of actual dates probably …
Sporting a white hipster tuxedo, Tyson Ritter saunters around the open stage of the Aragon Theater, his red studded Chuck Taylors sparkling under the hundred different stage lights. The lanky-yet-restless frontman smiles at the audience, sweats over the microphone stand, …
I’m going to preface this review with my past experiences with The All-American Rejects to give an idea of how much I was looking forward to this record. The Oklahoma band’s self-titled album played as a soundtrack to my middle …