Former Blink-182 guitarist, Tom DeLonge, doesn't just want to change the music landscape, but wants to "usher in an entire new culture of the youth, obsessed with new music of the future".
DeLonge is talking about his new band, Angels and Airwaves. Besides directing the band's videos and donating his time to charity, he will be launching a world tour and completing the film that goes along with the debut album of his new band as well. He truly wants to motivate young kids to get off the couch and do something.
There are 10 songs on the album and the total running time of the album will be over an hour. Some of the songs titles are "Start the Machine", "It Hurts", and "The Adventure". Come January the first single and video will be released, which is still unknown for now. Could this be the Green Day of 2006 or just another Blink-182 copycat flying under the musical radar? Is this the new rock and roll revolution we have finally been waiting for? It will remain to be seen. Expect Angels and Airwaves to dominate the pop masses in just a few weeks.