While their new album won't hit stores until November, the pop-punks of Blink-182 will debut a new song online this week.
The band is rolling out "Man Overboard" on MTV.com, as well as on KROQ.com and the band's official Web site (at blink182.com) on Friday. As we previously reported, the song is a new studio track recorded for "The Mark, Tom And Travis Show (The Enema Strikes Back)," the band's upcoming, primarily live album (see "Blink-182 Records New Song For Live Album").
The new song will be available in streaming audio for one month starting Friday and will eventually hit radio on September 18.
If you'd prefer to lay your eyes on Blink, the band will hit the stage next week for a performance at the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards. The group goes into the ceremony with a total of three nominations, and joins 'NSYNC, Eminem, DMX, Janet Jackson, Rage Against The Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Britney Spears,
Sisqo, and Christina Aguilera on the list of VMA performers.