Blink-182 Won’t Be Recording in a “Normal Studio”

Image Courtesy of Estevan Oriol/DGCBlink-182 has a new album on the horizon, but Tom DeLonge says that the band won't be recording it in a "normal studio."

"I’m not totally sure how it’s going to work but the goal is to find an area or an environment that’s different and not just a normal studio to be together as [we] architect the songs and inspire each other in ways that we did back in that time frame," DeLonge tells Gigwise. "I think if we can pull off those few things we’ll be in really really good shape."

DeLonge compares the new album to Blink's 2003 release, Untitled, which is regarded as one of the band's most experimental records.

"We’ve always done what we liked, and on the Untitled record there was a lot of debate where we thought our fans wouldn’t even like it, but I think we succeeded by sticking to what we wanted to do, and it turned out to be the one that the fans like the most," he says.

Meanwhile, DeLonge's other band, Angels & Airwaves, just released their new album, The Dream Walker, earlier this month. The album is part of AVA's ambitious The Dream Walker project, which eventually will be accompanied by novels, comic books and a live-action film, all of which are due out in 2015.

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