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After teasing some studio sessions, nothing, nowhere. and blink-182 drummer Travis Barker have announced a collaborative EP. 

They also dropped the first single from it called “destruction”. 

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To backtrack, in February, Billboard revealed that Barker has recorded three songs with the rapper.

He said they were in the studio and working on something that was hard to categorize.

“He’s not quite SoundCloud rap but not a straight up band,” Barker said. “He’s pushing the envelope.”

Then, nothing,nowhere has shared a sneak peak at another studio session he’s just had with Barker.

In the tweet, he tagged the drummer and put two smiling devil emojis, so the two are definitely up to something.

Now, they’ve finally revealed the information about it.

The EP is called bloodlust and drops September 20. You can see the merch, album cover and more in an Instagram post from nothing, nowhere. Below.

 

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destruction link in bio n,n. x @travisbarker bloodlust EP sept 20

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“Travis has been a huge influence on me my whole life. He is the reason I became interested in tattoos at a young age and was also one of the main reasons I decided to start learning how to play instruments,” nothing, nowhere said about the project. “Working with him was some of the most fun I’ve had making music. it was just an organic process, it reminded me of hanging at a friend’s house when I was younger and just creating to create.”

Barker also made a comment about his love for the artist and collaboration. 

“I love making music with Joe,” he said. “He lives in a universe between genres like myself and does it so well. It’s like hanging out with an old friend that skates, listens to everything I do, and we just happen to be making music at the same time. Joe’s a triple threat, this EP showcases that.”

You can listen to “destruction” below. 

What do you think about the new project between Travis Barker and nothing, nowhere.? Sound off in the comments down below!

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