With their classic lineup back in full swing, blink-182’s pop-punk feels more energised and illuminated than it has in years.
With Tom DeLonge back in the fold, blink-182 are soaring at their highest level in years. We caught them on the Manchester date of their world tour to witness the pop-punk kings in truly incredible form.
The sea change within pop-punk in the last couple of years has been unmissable, bringing with it changes that have felt entirely detrimental, and a mentality around them that has been ignoring them. We take a deep dive in to see exactly what the genre has turned into, why this has happened, and what might be in store in the future.
After a few months’ hiatus to get through the madness of festival season, The Soundboard…
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THIS WEEK: Stray From The Path are back with a brand new single, as well as new music from Slipknot, blink-182, Of Mice & Men, Knocked Loose and… something from The 1975
THIS WEEK: ROAM kick off the run-up to their third album with a new single, and there’s new music from blink-182, Frank Turner, Refused and more
THIS WEEK: With a new label and sound, Sleeping With Sirens begin the lead-up to their next album, alongside new tracks from blink-182, Chelsea Wolfe, Sum 41 and more
THIS WEEK: blink-182 head in some new directions on their brand new single, plus there’s new music from Idles, Telethon, Skillet and more
As strange as it sounds given their almost permanent ubiquity, it feels as though people…