The band's upcoming full-length officially drops February 3rd via Epic/Syco.
The catalyst was a press release stating that guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge had "indefinitely" departed from the band.
Later in the day, Tom responded that he "never quit" Blink-182, but that the statement had been sanctioned by bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker.
Next, in an exclusive interview with Rolling Stone, Hoppus and Barker said that the "disrespectful and ungrateful" DeLonge was indeed out of the band, as indicated by e-mails from his manager.
After tons of speculation and anticipation, the film reboot we've been asking for has found its hilarious, talented, soon-to-become-iconic lady cast.
The Hollywood Reporter announced that the four-woman cast of the upcoming Ghostbusters remake will most likely be comprised of all our favorites: Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon. Can this movie come out fast enough?
"My Twitter got hacked but don't worry, Twitter is deleting the hacker tweets and locking my account until they can figure out how this happened and get me new passwords," Swift wrote via her Tumblr. "Never a dull moment."
Swift's Tumblr post was titled, "Well, now I'm awake."
One of the now-deleted hacked tweets urged people to follow a Twitter account purporting to be associated with Lizard Squad, a hacking group that's claimed responsibility for several high-profile corporate hacks in the past year.
Later, Swift noticed her Instagram account had also been compromised. "This is going to be a long day," she posted on Tumblr along with #This Is Why I'm Scared Of Technology
A press release came out yesterday (Jan 26) saying that Tom DeLonge had left the band and would be replaced with Alkaline Trio frontman Matt Skiba for the handful of upcoming gigs they had planned. Tom responded via his Instagram account saying he "never quit the band" and how he was just on the phone about some sort of Blink related event in New York City.
Dates can be found below.
The ex-My Chemical Romance frontman will be on the road in support of his debut solo album Hesitant Alien that is available now via WBR.
You can listen to the track below.
Although her initial popularity was largely due to her lovely voice and pleasant looks (she recently passed one million followers on Instagram), Bad Intentions showed a completely new aspect of her talent. Along with a knack for songwriting that is impressive for her age, she has a fantastic ability to set the mood for a song with her voice. There is a unifying vibe in the production of the EP, but Heaton is able to make each song unique by vocally communicating emotions.
You can read the full interview here and check out an excerpt from the article below.
"Last time we were in London we wrote with the guys in One Direction," Wentz said in a recent interview with The Daily Star.
"I never quit the band. I actually was on a phone call about a blink 182 event for New York City at the time all these weird press releases started coming in," the guitarist said in a statement just released via his official Twitter and Facebook account.
According to a statement just released from the band, Tom doesn't "want to participate in any Blink-182 plans indefinitely."
The actress/former X-Factor finalist revealed that she is spending the week stationed in Nashville recording new music, which we're expecting will be released at some point later this year.
The pair's awesome rendition of the Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars hit is to promote the upcoming Glamour Kills Spring Tour featuring Against The Current and Set It Off.
Tickets for the tour can be found here.
The 17-date outing "Paramore: Writing the Future" includes stops at New York's Beacon Theatre, Grand Ole Opry in Nashville and Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre.
The band got together through a mutual friend that suggested Josh Given, Justin Niece, Scott Blake and front-woman Marissa Dattoli meet up and jam together. They played a few covers while getting to know each other, and just like that, Crystalyne was born. Two weeks later, they were already offered a tour.
The song, produced by Max Martin, was written for Universal Pictures and Focus Features’ hotly anticipated upcoming film FIFTY SHADES OF GREY and is featured on the soundtrack. The song is available now for digital download and for streaming on digital subscription services.