Blink-182 Reveal Album Art for 'Neighborhoods'

Blink-182 Reveal Album Art for 'Neighborhoods'
After teasing with a hyped-up comeback single in "Up All Night," the cover artwork for Blink-182's Neighborhoods -- their sixth studio album and their first new LP since 2003 -- has finally been unveiled.

The black and white cover depicts the band logo set against, ironically enough, a bird's eye illustration of a neighbourhood.

Slated for a September 27 release, the new album from the Cali boys has yet to reveal its tracklisting. But lead vocalist/guitarist Tom DeLonge has been quoted in a Sun Chronicle interview as saying that the music in the much-anticipated Neighborhoods will "mix the familiar and the new."

Judging from the highly mixed reviews of "Up All Night" -- despite currently being No. 17 on the Billboard Rock Charts -- the pop punk crew might best be advised to leak the tracklisting, along with the next single, as soon as possible.