The Latest Mark Hoppus News, Video, Interviews and Features
blink-182’s Mark Hoppus has posted an optimistic update on his cancer battle, sharing that he’s had the “best possible news” and that his treatment is working.
Mark Hoppus says he is battling “the exact same” cancer that his mother beat: diffuse large B‑cell lymphoma Stage 4‑A.
blink-182’s Mark Hoppus has shared the upsetting update that he might be finding out his life expectancy this week – but he remains determined to beat cancer “through chemotherapy or through bone marrow transplants”.
On Twitch, blink-182’s Mark Hoppus told fans about the good and bad days he’s been experiencing with his chemotherapy treatment.
blink-182 bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus has shared that he’s been “undergoing chemotherapy for cancer” for the past three months.
In June 2001, Kerrang! reviewed blink-182’s fourth album Take Off Your Pants and Jacket – and we said it had “no challenging pursuit of fresh artistic goals”…
In summer 1999, no-one expected blink-182 to take the world by storm. But on third album Enema Of The State they triggered a pop-punk explosion still impacting 22 years on…
Basically: a big list about why blink-182 bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus is just great.
In 2003, blink-182 released their untitled fifth album. And we learned quite a few things from it…
A recent study shows that among the most guessable online passwords, ‘blink-182’ tops the rock charts.