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The Music Guide - Alkaline Trio

With new music just around the corner from Blink-182 and their latest band member, Matt Skiba, I thought it was only fair we looked at some of his back music starting with the band that made him so well known to his loving fans, Alkaline Trio. 101 more words


Remember Blink 182, where are they now?

Blink 182 were widely revered for their toilet humor, quirky teenage lifestyle related lyrics and short guitar riffs. Many still regard them as being the greatest pop-punk band of all time.They famously shot the music video for “ Whats my age again” naked and are also known for hits such as “ I miss you”, “ All the small things”, “ Rock show” and “ Feeling this”. 323 more words

Maddy Cries Over Matt Skiba Part II - Alkaline Trio - My Shame Is True (Drunk Review)

Words by Maddy Howell

So I got a bit drunk, started listening to one of my favourite albums ever and then thought it’d be a great idea to write a review on it. 640 more words


The Metro - Berlin vs. Alkaline Trio - Uncovered #20

Hosts Michael McFarland and Kevin discuss which is better – The Metro by new wave synth pop artists Berlin, or the cover by the punk band Alkaline Trio. 9 more words


JACK's Inside Track: Blink-182

Guess Blink’s settin’ themselves up for the inevitable REUNION tour a few years from now… oh, well–they’ve got a new record comin’ out anyway next month, AND they’re playin’ in September! 12 more words


Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus tells Kevin Klein Live: 'I Haven’t Even Spoken To Tom (DeLonge) In A Year And A Half'

The on-again, off-again relationship between Blink-182 and Tom DeLonge seemed put to bed. The band was moving on without their former guitarist/vocalist. Matt Skiba (of Alkaline Trio) was recruited as his replacement. 386 more words


What does Twitter think of the new blink-182 track?

It’s been a long time coming- with a hell of a lot of drama along the way!- but the new blink-182 (with Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba replacing original member Tom DeLonge, in case you’ve been living under a rock) have finally released something from their latest project- as we like to call it, ‘blink-182 2.0’. 389 more words