Twenty Years of Blink-182’s “Enema of the State”

In the year of boy band domination, Blink-182 was the answer for the counterculture with Enema of the State (MCA Records). They were there to bring you anthems with no-holds attitude for in between classes to failed crushes and even jokes about diarrhea and animal sex. Jerry Finn who was behind the production of Green Day’s classic Dookie produced the debut album that connected with so many in more ways than one. Continue reading

Blink-182 To Perform All of “Enema of The State” at Back To the Beach

Pop punk legends Blink-182 plan to perform a special Enema of the State set at Back to The Beach Festival, according to a tweet from co-founder Mark Hoppus. Hoppus revealed the news answering fan questions on Twitter. 2019 marks the 20th anniversary of their hit album EOTS, which released on June 1st, 1999 via MCA Records. No word yet if the band will perform this album at any other tour, festival, or show, but we’ll be sure to keep tracking this story. Continue reading