Blink-182 Pick Release Date for New EP

Indie effort 'Dogs Eating Dogs' set for December 18th

Joseph llanes
November 19, 2012 2:15 PM ET

After promising new material by Christmas, Blink-182 have picked a release date: their new EP, Dogs Eating Dogs, is due December 18th. The EP, their first since splitting with Interscope in October, will be available in three different bundles: "Santa's Lap Package," with a special print, shirt, holiday wrapping paper and card; "Nice Package," with a special fleece, holiday wrapping paper and card; and "Naughty Package," with a special shirt and card. Preorders are available now through Blink-182's website.

"This EP is a hundred times better than Neighborhoods, because we're all in a room together," drummer Travis Barker told Rolling Stone earlier this month. "The rule is there's no rules."

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