Blink-182 have added 2 more ‘untitled’ album shows for the 11th and 12th of November at the Wiltern in LA.
Tickets are on sale now. VIP packages are not available at this time.
It seems John Feldmann (producer, lead guitarist and vocalist from Goldfinger) has been in the studio with blink-182. Mark Hoppus posted this picture on his twitter stating - "In the studio for 14 hours today and drank so much coffee I'll never sleep again." Now potentially he could just be popping in - we've had other people be involved in the process without much information, like Tim Armstrong, but pictured like this it suggests he has more involvement. He could be producing the record, or mixing some of the tracks! who knows! John Feldmann has done a lot of production work, with artists like The Used, Good Charlotte,
A short while ago, Fender invited Mark Hoppus and Matt Skiba to test out their new amp series. There has been a few short videos with clips of various musicians talking about the amp and using it. They recently released this video where there is footage of Mark and Matt playing something together... which is not a blink-182 or Alkaline Trio song we recognise. It starts at 1 minute and 33 seconds. Could this possibly be one of the new songs?! what do you think of it? why don't you join us on the forums and discuss it with us!
There's been a lot of little snippets about the studio over the past week! We've had Travis posting snapchats from the studio - We've had Mark talk about bass recording on his instagram account - "I thought this would live safe and protected on a wall but now it has become the main recording bass for this album. Today I am play the bass. Fender Jaguar with Seymour Duncan quarter pound pickups in my flipped configuration. Ernie Ball super slinky bass strings.