According to an article Billboard ran on Mark Hoppus' venture into film, Blink-182 will be heading to the studio with Matt Skiba in September. The Alkaline Trio frontman served as a replacement for Tom DeLonge during a few shows the band played earlier this year. Read an excerpt from Billboard's report below and be sure to let us know your thoughts on what looks to be the band pressing on without DeLonge.

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In the meantime, Hoppus continues with Blink-182. He said the threesome — with Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba replacing guitarist Tom DeLonge — will head back into the studio in August. 

DeLonge, who left Blink-182 several months ago, recently paired with author Suzanne Young on a series of dystopian sci-fi novels. Each of Young's three books in the trilogy will be accompanied with an EP of instrumentals by DeLonge's band, Angels & Airwaves.