2015: The year Blink-182's world broke. It's impossible to forget the endless drama between founding member Tom DeLonge and bassist Mark Hoppus (with drummer Travis Barker in the latter camp.) The story brings us here: DeLonge has been replaced by Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba, and the new trio is working on new material.
It goes a step further: Apparently Blink 2.0 will release a new album in 2016, as confirmed by Barker's Instagram.
He posted a photo on Instagram from a recent gig in Houston. In the comments, someone asked what his plans are for the following year and he wrote "A #Blink album, an#Antemasque album, 2 #Transplants EP's and a solo album."
There you have it, folks. When you're done processing that, make sure to check out our list of the 11 strongest pop-punk debuts of all time.