Travis Barker Shares Personalized 'Home Is Such A Lonely Place' VideoBlink 182's fourth and final version of their "Home Is Such A Lonely Place" video finds Travis Barker opening his home to director Jason Goldwatch.
Travis Barker Tells Amber Rose 'Sex Can Turn Into Love'"Sex can feel different if you really care [about the other person], rather than a one night," the drummer explained.
Blink-182 Says Deluxe Edition of ‘California’ should ‘Almost be a New Album’"The deluxe album will be neck-and-neck with California. It’s in no way fillers," promises Barker.
Blink-182 Confirm New Music is on the WayDrummer Travis Barker shared plans for new tracks on a deluxe version on the bands latest album, 'California.'
Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker May Go on a Bro-DateCould this be the first step towards reconciliation?
Blink-182's New Album is FinishedTravis Barker says recording is complete.
Blink-182 to Release Album, Play Shows this Summer Hints Travis BarkerBarker confirms a Blink-182 album could be released as soon as this summer.
Travis Barker is a Badass"The paramedics demanded I not play and go to the hospital asap. I said I'm playing till I either pass out, throw up or die."
Travis Barker Offered Friends a Million Dollars to End His LifeThe Blink 182 drummer opens up about his painful post plane crash experiences in his new memoir.
Travis Barker Opens Up about His Battle with Drugs and More in new Memoir"I was so addicted to Oxycodone, and I had a security that would actually sleep during the day and then stay up at night to make sure I was breathing."
Listen to 'Til Everyone Can See' Feat. Pharrell, Incubus' Mike Einziger, Travis Barker and Hans ZimmerThe all-star track was released to bring attention to the Red Card To End Child Labor campaign. The song features Pharrell, Travis Barker, composers Hans Zimmer and Dom Lewis, pop singer LIZ and Minh Dang, who is a former child sex slave.
Blink-182 Reflect On 'Untitled' Album A Decade Later"It was very forward for us, it was such an adventurous recording. That really felt good because we'd turned the corner from a pop-punk band to conceptual and progressive, um, punk band."