Supercharging punk with hardcore speed and bratty humour, the likes of Blink-182, Sum 41 and Green Day took skate-punk into the mainstream in the 90s.
Truly iconic album covers don’t just define an album, they define an era, a generation and, in some cases, an entire musical genre.
Originally released in 1999, the album was an enormous commercial success and has sold in excess of 15 million copies worldwide.
From backseat singalongs to nomadic anthems, the best road trip songs capture the feeling of freedom that’s sometimes just a car ride away.
The follow-up to ‘Enema Of The State’, ‘Take Off Your Pants And Jacket’ ensured that blink-182 were the reigning punk-pop phenomenon of the 21st Century.
Unlike most other eras, the notion of 90s music is hard to pin down. Oddball and eclectic, the decade defies easy categorisation, but it’s this cross-pollination of sounds that left a boundary-breaking...
Blink-182’s ‘Enema Of The State’ remains one of the defining pop-punk albums of all time and is a must for any music collection.
Riot Fest will return to Chicago’s Douglas Park to celebrate its 15th anniversary with Blink-182, Slayer, Rise Against and Bikini Kill as headliners.
Despite coming late to the skate punk party, Sum 41 released a bona fide classic in the shape of the aptly-named ‘All Killer No Filler’, featuring this signature hit, ‘Fat Lip’.
In anticipation of the summer dates, the two artists also shared an unlikely mash-up between Blink’s smash hit ‘What’s My Age Again’ and Lil Wayne’s 2008 hit, ‘A Milli’.
The annual festival returns to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park from 9-11 August.
For those who like to buck tradition, these 20 cool Christmas songs provides an alternative selection to the standard seasonal fare.
The eclectic line-up also includes Incubus, Blondie, Jerry Lee Lewis, Gary Numan and Liz Phair
Skate-punk stars Blink-182 have announced a 16-night residency at Las Vegas' Palms Casino Resort with the dates stretching from May to November 2018.
This week on That’s Not Metal: Chester Bennington gets an emotional send off, Billy Corgan makes a long-awaited return, and Download speculation arises.