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Tom DeLonge Shares The Reason Why He Rejoined blink-182

Can you imagine Tom DeLonge quitting music? It’s a difficult thought to process, but the blink-182 co-vocalist considered turning in his microphone and guitar for good at one point. That is until he discovered that his former turned-current bandmate and long-term friend Mark Hoppus had been diagnosed with cancer in 2021.  The band sat down with Apple Music 1’s host and musical guru Zane Lowe to celebrate the news of their upcoming album, One More Time…. In a four-minute teaser of their conversation, DeLonge shares his emotions after hearing the news about Hoppus’ diagnosis.  “I remember telling my wife, ‘I… Read more »


Taylor Swift’s ‘Speak Now’ Features Hayley Williams & Fall Out Boy

Taylor Swift has thrilled her fans by unveiling the highly-anticipated tracklist for Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), a masterful reimagining of her illustrious third album from 2010. With an impressive collection of 22 tracks, this updated edition follows the successful pattern set by her previously reissued albums, Red (Taylor’s Version) and Fearless (Taylor’s Version). Adding to the excitement are six captivating new singles, labeled “From The Vault.” The icing on the cake comes in the form of remarkable collaborations with her real-life best friend, the incomparable Hayley Williams of Paramore, as well as the revered rock titans, Fall Out Boy. Williams… Read more »


My Chemical Romance Say ‘Na Na Na’ Saved The Band

On November 22, My Chemical Romance will return with their supercharged new album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, and if they seem rather invigorated this time out — what with frontman Gerard Way’s radioactive-red dye job and their newfound affinity for Trans Ams and DayGlo leather jackets — well, they owe it all to one song: the hyperkinetic first single, “Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na).”

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