10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

No one can accuse Blink 182 frontman Tom DeLonge of resting on his laurels. Not only is the fifth album from his Angels & Airwaves project the band's most ambitious work to date—a multimedia narrative that includes a graphic novel, comic book, and short film—it's also their best. Sporting electronic textures and sweeping hooks, the record seems inspired by acts like LCD Soundsystem and U2; it's epic arena rock you can (occasionally) dance to. "Paralyzed" features blaring guitars and a take-no-prisoners chorus, while "The Wolfpack" is slinking electro with jagged synths and "Bullets in the Wind" has an '80s new wave strut.

EDITORS’ NOTES

No one can accuse Blink 182 frontman Tom DeLonge of resting on his laurels. Not only is the fifth album from his Angels & Airwaves project the band's most ambitious work to date—a multimedia narrative that includes a graphic novel, comic book, and short film—it's also their best. Sporting electronic textures and sweeping hooks, the record seems inspired by acts like LCD Soundsystem and U2; it's epic arena rock you can (occasionally) dance to. "Paralyzed" features blaring guitars and a take-no-prisoners chorus, while "The Wolfpack" is slinking electro with jagged synths and "Bullets in the Wind" has an '80s new wave strut.

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