Since this past weekend, Blink-182 have been sharing cryptic cutouts of artwork on their social media. Each piece goes together like a puzzle. The entire picture looks to display a skeleton man and woman in the front seat of a car. Check out what's been posted on their Instagram:

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The other day, Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker tweeted that the new album artwork is finished. So, the question is: could this be the new album's artwork? Well, it seems the mystery will be solved soon enough. KROQ just announced that they will be premiering Blink-182's new single “Bored To Death” this Thursday, April 28 at 7:00 a.m. PST (10:00 a.m. EST). They claim that the image pieces are the single's artwork.

Along with the track, KROQ mentioned that more about the new album will also be revealed. The track will be available to stream here.

Originally, the latest image, which centered on a woman's arm, had a tattoo of the Blink-182 logo—but without those iconic arrows. Then, fans started to conjure up theories about what the arrow-less logo meant. Since then, however, it seems that original post was taken down and replaced with the image that's there now, which doesn't have the logo tattoo on the woman's arm. Fans have expressed their confusion in the comments.

Here's the original image:

And here's the image that's now there on Blink-182's Instagram:



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