Blink-182 Talk Friendly Divorce From Tom Delonge

(Radio.com) The drama surrounding Blink-182 and their replacement of Tom DeLonge with Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba for a few live appearances quieted down once those shows concluded, as the band had no immediate necessity to continue on with or without DeLonge.

But, the next chapter in Blink-182 seems to be beginning, with a new Rolling Stone story highlighting a recent NME interview with Blink leader Mark Hoppus, in which he revealed that "we are right now going through what so far has been a friendly divorce with our former guitarist. Hopefully things clear up and it doesn't get all manager-y and lawyer-y and all that and we can move forward."

As for what "moving forward" means, replacement guitarist Skiba has been quoted to saying that the possibility of him recording an album with Blink remains open. Read more here.

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