nirvananews:

Los Angeles, CA, 1989.

Chad: “If it wasn’t for the band, I don’t know where I’d be unless I had a girlfriend to support me or something.”

Kurt: “Someone told us that they wouldn’t even hire us at McDonalds [laughs] - So we’d better pull through.”

(via becauseonlymusic)

tayloroo:

Sonic Highways also gave us some new Heart Shaped Box footage. tayloroo:

Sonic Highways also gave us some new Heart Shaped Box footage. tayloroo:

Sonic Highways also gave us some new Heart Shaped Box footage. tayloroo:

Sonic Highways also gave us some new Heart Shaped Box footage.

tayloroo:

Sonic Highways also gave us some new Heart Shaped Box footage.

(via dave-grohl-is-my-world)


"That album changed everything for blink-182. The way we write songs, the manner in which we record them, the way we think of ourselves as a band, everything. It marked a huge turning point in our career." - Mark Hoppus

"That album changed everything for blink-182. The way we write songs, the manner in which we record them, the way we think of ourselves as a band, everything. It marked a huge turning point in our career." - Mark Hoppus

"That album changed everything for blink-182. The way we write songs, the manner in which we record them, the way we think of ourselves as a band, everything. It marked a huge turning point in our career." - Mark Hoppus

"That album changed everything for blink-182. The way we write songs, the manner in which we record them, the way we think of ourselves as a band, everything. It marked a huge turning point in our career." - Mark Hoppus

"That album changed everything for blink-182. The way we write songs, the manner in which we record them, the way we think of ourselves as a band, everything. It marked a huge turning point in our career." - Mark Hoppus

"That album changed everything for blink-182. The way we write songs, the manner in which we record them, the way we think of ourselves as a band, everything. It marked a huge turning point in our career." - Mark Hoppus

"That album changed everything for blink-182. The way we write songs, the manner in which we record them, the way we think of ourselves as a band, everything. It marked a huge turning point in our career." - Mark Hoppus

(via tomarktofusausages)