Pop-punk rockers blink-182 had a stronghold on late ‘90s airwaves with alternative radio favorites like “All the Small Things” and “What’s My Age Again?,” and according to Hoppus in a December 2013 interview with BBC radio, they’re at it again. The pop-punk trio has plans to unveil a follow-up to 2009’s “Neighbourhoods” sometime in 2014. The dynamic San Diego area band, comprised of singer/bassist Mark Hoppus, singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge and drummer Travis Barker, emerged from the Southern California punk scene in the mid ‘90s with their debut album, “Cheshire Cat.” That release, coupled with their energetic live performances, landed them concerts alongside NOFX and Pennywise as part of the Warped Tour in their early days. Fast forward to the 21st century. Blink-182 has six studio albums under its belt, as well as two live releases, two compilation collections and three DVDs—not to mention trophies from the Teen Choice Awards and MTV Video Music Awards. As for ticket sales, blink-182 has toured the world over, headlining gigs throughout North America, Australia, Europe and Asia. And it sounds like there’s more to come.