Blink-182 New Album Deadline Revealed


A picture has emerged on Reddit regarding an Instagram conversation with Aaron Rubin. He revealed that a deadline has been set for the new Blink-182 album.

Blink-182 album is likely to be released after January

Aaron Rubin revealed that the final product will be ‘turned in’ around January and it will be released after that.

Meanwhile, Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker recently took to his Instagram account and posted a video clip. He dropped the caption, “Anthem Pt. 3” and it is seemingly their sequel to the song.

The band had dropped “Anthem Part Two” song from the band’s fourth studio album, ‘Take Off Your Pants and Jacket’ in 2001 and a sequel to “Anthem” from Enema of the State. It was written primarily by guitarist Tom DeLonge, with additional songwriting credit to bassist Mark Hoppus, and Barker.

Anthem Part Two explored teenage rebellion, placing blame on parents for adolescent mischief. Music critics were mixed in their impressions of the song; some found it enjoyable while others considered it formulaic. The song has also been used in the 2014 film Boyhood and was covered by singer-songwriter Julien Baker in 2020.

Blink-182 had attracted mainstream recognition with its 1999 album Enema of the State. The album sold five times platinum domestically and influenced a host of pop punk bands. Its follow-up, 2001’s Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, followed a similar path, hitting number one on the Billboard 200.