Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus performs ‘Numb’ with Linkin Park – watch

Members of No Doubt and Helmet also join the band onstage for LA benefit show

Blink-182‘s Mark Hoppus teamed up with Linkin Park over the weekend for a performance of the latter band’s hit ‘Numb’.

Hoppus joined the band at a recent Music For Relief benefit show at Los Angeles’ River Studios. Hoppus’ wife posted a clip of the collaboration on Instagram, which you can watch below.

Various special guests joined Linkin Park onstage throughout their set, including No Doubt‘s Adrian Young and Helmet’s Page Hamilton.

Music For Relief was created in 2005, and has gone on to raise over $7 million for disaster relief and climate change.

Linkin Park, Adrian Young from No Doubt and my man Mr. Hoppus performing at Music for Relief. @musicforrelief

A video posted by Skye Hoppus (@skyehoppus) on

Meanwhile Blink 182 recently told NME that the band have recorded five new songs with Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio, including one titled ‘Punk Rock Cliché’.

Skiba joined the group earlier this year after frontman Tom DeLonge parted ways with the band. Mark Hoppus and bandmate Travis Barker announced their split when the singer allegedly refused to enter the studio and record a new album with them.

Speaking to NME about the band’s current line-up, Barker painted a positive picture for fans. “Matt’s killing it,” he said. “He’s fun to play with and write with. “We’re just getting started but I think we’ve got like four or five songs right now that I’m really, really happy with. There’s a song called ‘Punk Rock Cliché’ which I love the most right now. It’s about friends of ours and their relationships.”

Asked how the new material is sounding, Barker admitted some things have obviously changed with DeLonge no longer in the band.

“They sound different but still the same,” the drummer said of the new music. “Obviously, it’s Matt Skiba singing so there’s hints of Alkaline Trio, or at least Matt’s contributions to Alkaline Trio, mixed with my drumming and Mark’s voice and stuff. It’s really cool and I really love what we’ve done so far.”

“The goal here is to come up with an album and just write,” he added. “We don’t put a limit on how many songs we’re gonna write. [We just] Write a bunch of songs and when we feel like there’s an album ready, there’s an album ready. You know, no pressure, no deadlines.”