Tom DeLonge talks about a return in blink-182 for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Yeah, I would imagine. I still own the band with the guys, I still have a huge stake in it. I still plan on going back in the future here. We’ve been talking about it recently, but we haven’t made a plan for it yet. Everyone’s really busy.
Blink-182's Mark Hoppus and Matt Skiba take on NME's Show & Tell challenge, in which we show them pictures of stuff and they tell us what it makes them think. And for Matt, it's mostly sex and drugs...
I can reveal the Wrecking Ball singer is ditching her pop roots and is recording a rock record that includes a collaboration with US band Blink-182.
“She got in the studio with Blink-182 at the end of last year and is really pleased with the result. The album is now sounding much more rock ’n’ roll. It’s a far cry from her pop sound of years gone by.”
Photographer Estevan Oriol and artist Mister Cartoon turned their Chicano roots into gritty art, impacting street culture, hip hop and beyond.
The godfathers of pop-punk join us in the NME studio to talk about their latest album, 'Nine', their relationship with former singer Tom DeLonge and the art of growing old disgracefully.