Blink-182 deletes all Instagram posts amid reunion speculation

One of the most awaited encounters has just happened! Reports indicate that Blink-182 has apparently been back together after fans discovered some hidden activity on the members’ social media handles, hinting at their reunion.

In the past few days, fans have noticed Blink-182 billboards mysteriously appearing around the world, leading to speculation about the members getting back together. Amidst all the rumors, all the posts have been deleted from the band’s official Instagram page.

Blink-182 Deletes Instagram Page After Reunion Rumors

The Instagram handle now only has a bio that reads “Crappy Punk Rock since 1992,” followed by a guitar emoji, and a link to their official website. Meanwhile, the website has also stopped and now displays an animated rabbit clicking on its foot as a message that says, “Seriously at work! Check back soon.”

The band’s recent activity on Twitter is getting even more excited for fans. Blink-182’s official Twitter handle liked a few tweets from over a decade ago, which stated that the band would release an album 10 years from then.

“It’s going to be really weird in 10 years when blink182 is classic rock and we hear it in drugstores and elevators,” read one of the tweets that the band loved. “Blink-182 is writing a new album! It should be released in the next 10 years or so!” says another.

Tom DeLonge may be making a comeback for Blink-182

Speculation is also rife that guitarist Tom DeLong, who left the band in 2014 to focus on “leaving a better world for his children,” will also be returning with his former bandmates. The guitarist updated his Instagram bio and mentioned Blink-182, among other projects he’s working on.

Troy Hanson, Vice President of Rockormats at Cumulus Media, also broke the news of the 46-year-old musician’s return to the band in a social media post, which was later deleted. “Tom DeLong is back at blink-182 and they are coming to United Center. Live Nation, this is my gift to you guys to do all this at the end of October with Panic! At a disco,” the deleted post said.

In August of this year, Mark Hobbs said he reconciled with DeLong and Travis Parker after being diagnosed with cancer. “Everyone is in a really great place now. I keep writing music, and am open to any next phase of Blink. I am optimistic about the future. I am happy to be here.”

Blink-182 billboards appear in various locations

Fans around the world have discovered Blink-182 billboards with a new logo. Reports first came from Peru, where the new logo appeared on an electronic billboard. Then the Reddit thread noted similar posters advertising something called “182 Industries.”

The posters were linked to a website called, which was redirected to the official Blink-182 website. Meanwhile, guitarist Matt Skiba, who replaced DeLonge in 2015, recently said he’s not sure if he’s still part of the band.

Blink-182’s latest album, nine, released in 2019. In 2020, they released a single titled Quarantine, based on closing. In 2021, Hoppus was diagnosed with cancer, which he won the same year.

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