Travis Barker, the drummer for Blink-182, recently provided a health update online. The band’s upcoming ninth studio album, One More Time…, is scheduled to be released on October 20. They are now travelling through Europe and the United Kingdom. On September 29, Barker sent out two tweets, the first of which discussed his current travel-related worries. Still, I detest flying. I enjoy traveling and performing live, but I regrettably link flying and traveling with passing away,” Barker remarked. Nothing can stop me from living my life since I am a strong person. The subsequent tweet from Barker stated, “Also last week I had covid, an episode of trigeminal neuralgia, and a root canal.” Which implies I can generally handle any challenges God presents to me. On September 19, 2008, Barker survived a jet crash that claimed the lives of four persons, including two pilots. Barker paid tribute to the friends he lost in the horrific tragedy this year in a blog post. Repose In Peace. Lil Chris, Che, and DJAM, according to Barker’s Instagram Stories.
“Gone, but never forgotten.” For years, Barker had a severe phobia of flying, but the drummer said in July that his wife, Kourtney Kardashian, had been able to help him get through it. Barker posted on his Instagram story, “Just flew for the 30th time since my plane crash,” Without the restoring love of my incredible wife, I wouldn’t be able to tour or enjoy life as much as I do. Dear @kourtneykardash, I adore you. In an interview with ABC News from 2015, Barker described the terrible accident in detail. I immediately unbuckle my seat belt and jump into the jet, which contains all the fuel, because the plane is on fire and my hands are on fire. I essentially set my body ablaze, he claimed. There is nothing I can do to put out the fire because I am so covered in jet fuel. This month, Blink-182 have a number of shows scheduled throughout Europe and the United Kingdom, including one on October 4 at Barcelona’s Palau Sant Jordi. It’s unclear if Barker’s health will eventually have an impact on the tour dates.