This weekend Blink-182, as the band exists now (sans guitarist Tom DeLonge with the addition of Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba), performed at KROQ’s annual Weenie Roast. They played all the hits, including their new single "Bored to Death."

After ripping through the song that made their career, "All The Small Things," bassist Mark Hoppus screamed, "This one's new!" and the trio demolished a 30 second track complete with a killer Skiba guitar solo. In the track, Hoppus sings, "There's something about you / That I can't quite put my finger in."

Then it's over. Listen to it above around the 2:56 mark.

Oh, and the best part? The song is apparently titled "Brohemian Rhapsody." It feels very Dude Ranch and will close the band's upcoming LP, California, due out July 1. Read all about the release here.

Then take our ultimate Blink-182 quiz, if you dare. Read our interview with the band here.