LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 12: (L-R) Musicians Travis Barker, Matt Skiba and Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 arrive at The 59th GRAM
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Blink-182 have new content for your punk rock heart. Their latest offering is "Misery," our second taste of the upcoming deluxe edition of California, the band's July 2016 album that served as their first sans Tom DeLonge/with Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba.

Like the majority of that record, which was the band's seventh, "Misery" rocks:

The deluxe California will feature 10 new songs plus a bonus track from the original Japanese edition and one acoustic redux. Mark Hoppus said in December to expect a project that plays "like a whole other album" featuring leftovers as well as tracks "we just wrote last week, a lot of high-energy songs, punk rock, some more ballad-y songs, a little more electronic experimentation."

A couple weeks ago we got a cut called "Parking Lot" in lyric video form. Just before that, spaceman Tom DeLonge told an interviewer, "They have someone doing my job for me. It’s just that I’m so busy. If I wanted to, I could be back in a period of days.”

Next, watch Blink chop it up with Fuse wayyy back in '04: