Blink-182 voted most animal-friendly band by PETA
Blink-182 and AFI's Davey Havok were honoured for their investment in animal rights at the PETA2 Libby Awards
Blink-182 have been named the most animal-friendly band of 2016.
The award is given out based on the nominees' investment in animal rights, their fans interest and online voting. Blink-182's Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker are vegans, while newest member Matt Skiba is a vegetarian.
AFI frontman Davey Havok also edged out R&B star Jhene Aiko, actors Liam Hemsworth and Corey Fogelmanis for the Hero Of The Year For Animals prize.
The band said: "You've all been very patient, we can't wait to see you."
They also released a NSFW video for their track She’s Out Of Her Mind – an up-to-date take on their promo for 1999 hit What’s My Age Again?
Blink-182 UK tour 2017
Jul 03: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Jul 04: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
Jul 05: Leeds First Direct Arena
Jul 07: Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
Jul 09: Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Jul 11: Glasgow SSE Hydro
Jul 14: Manchester Arena
Jul 15: Liverpool Echo Arena
Jul 17: Bournemouth International Centre
Jul 19: London O2 Arena