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Tom DeLonge teases new Box Car Racer-inspired Angels & Airwaves song
Tom DeLonge teases new Box Car Racer-inspired Angels & Airwaves song
Angels & Airwaves are gearing up to release the first single off of their forthcoming album. According to Tom DeLonge, the new track sounds similar to the music he used to make with Box Car Racer. Although it may not be the exact reunion Box Car Racer fans are anticipating, Angels & Airwaves have teamed up with Rich Costey, who mixed Box Car Racer's album, for the upcoming single. Read mor
Tom DeLonge just confirmed Angels & Airwaves’ new album is nearly done
Tom DeLonge just confirmed Angels & Airwaves’ new album is nearly done
It looks like Angels & Airwaves are getting closer to finishing up their next full-length album. This week, Tom DeLonge confirmed that Angels & Airwaves' new LP has moved into the mixing phase and is close to being done. Read more: Record Store Day and Vans’ new vinyl supports Black-owned record shops Angels & Airwaves' new LP has truly been years in the making. Back in 2014, th... Rea
Revisit your favorite Tom DeLonge era with these custom skateboard decks
Revisit your favorite Tom DeLonge era with these custom skateboard decks
Tom DeLonge is revisiting some of his most legendary eras in the form of custom skateboard decks. Over the past few weeks, DeLonge has launched a series of custom decks that symbolize specific times in his life. This week, he dropped his third deck called "Father" and it looks like a blink-182 era deck may be on its way next...
Here’s how Tom DeLonge’s time in blink-182 influenced his new sci-fi film
Here’s how Tom DeLonge’s time in blink-182 influenced his new sci-fi film
In case you didn't know, Tom DeLonge is making his directorial debut in the new sci-fi film Monsters Of California. Now, DeLonge has opened up on what fans can expect to see in the upcoming film including some blink-182 era throwbacks. Read more: twenty one pilots hid a nod to each album era on the Bandito tour DeLonge dedicates a lot of his time to discovering evidence of unidentified aerial phen