Check out a video from the Macbeth Fall Launch Party on our forums.
Well, we just feel that shoes are really in, and people are going to wear them for the years to come.
– Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus recently did another interview with Fuse regarding his new television show, “A Different Spin with Mark Hoppus.”
In Today’s Noise, we talk to Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus, who’s gearing up for the September premiere of his new music show on Fuse, A Different Spin With Mark Hoppus.
Hoppus talks about reuniting with Blink 182 bandmates, Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker, for a short tour and possibly recording new material, as well as the group’s evolution as a band and individually.
You can see the video of the interview here on Fuse’s website.
Thanks to mike275 in the forums.
Mark posted a new blog entry with some pictures from his recent promo shoot for “A Different Spin”.
Day 1 of the promo shoot for A Different Spin. Did about ten commercials today and going back again tomorrow morning for a second full day. Lots of professional video and audio people, writers, producers, and executives, all there to watch me talk about me. It’s official now that both the New York and LA based crews are awesome, smart, funny, creative people to work with. This is going to be fun! Also, for those of you who work in the film industry, please explain to me what it means when, after a take, the director says “Well, we should probably go on the next shot, maybe he’ll get that one right”?
Check out the rest of the pictures here!
Joined by RZA, Raekwon, and Tom Morello, Travis Barker finished filming the video for his first single ‘Carry It’ yesterday evening. MTV caught up with Travis about his new video, which he said was “just about us playing together.” You can see pictures from the photoshoot on our forum.
There was never any corny ideas, just us rocking out. That’s what’s good about it. The track’s raw; it’s not candy-coated… This is like ‘punch you in the face,’ real hype music.
– Travis Barker
Check out pictures from the ‘Carry It’ video shoot, the first single from Travis Barker’s new album Give The Drummer Some on our forum.