Blink-182 plans to head into the studio in January, according to a post on Mark Hoppus' Twitter account.
The band, which reformed in February, was expected to record a new album after a 2010 European tour, but Hoppus' Tweet indicates the band may have pushed-up its timeline.
In his Tweet, Hoppus also said he is listening to demos and might produce a few things before going in the studio with Blink.
As it was reported
earlier this month, despite having released the details of a new song called "Up All Night
never played the new track while touring. But fans will get a chance to listen to another new Blink-182
song as it will appear on Travis Barker
's upcoming solo record.
"There's some stuff on my record that's not going to have a bunch of guitars, that are just straight-up hip hop records. Everything's going be real different. It's going to be really well-rounded," he said. "We got a new Blink song on there, I think I'm going to do something with Chester Bennington from Linkin Park. Hopefully a guest appearance from Slash, I'm doing his big fundraiser that happens this month."
Barker didn't release any specific details about the track as it isn't written yet but he did note that the song won't be "Up All Night".