Nice! The Offspring’s singer “Dexter” Holland and and guitarist “Noodles” took to their Twitter account to announce the release date of their 10th studio album.
“It’s finished, it’s done, it’s in the can, as they say. We’ve got songs, we’ve got titles, we’ve got a label, we’ve got an album title, we’ve got a cover, we’ve got artwork and stuff. It’s ready to go. We’re putting this out.”
This new album is the follow up to 2012’s “Days Go By” and was produced by Bob Rock, who has also done their last two albums.
Holland went on to say, “We have a release date, and we’re going to talk about all that stuff when the label lets us.”
Noodles on their relationship with Bob Rock, “We hit it off with him immediately. It’s been a real comfortable relationship. He makes us work and he makes us try harder to be as best as we can, but he does it in a way that’s cool — he’s not being a dick about it. He makes us feel like we can do it. Rather than making us feel like, ‘Oh, man, we’re not playing good enough,’ or whatever, or, ‘We’re not coming up with the best parts for this,’ he makes us feel like we’ve got more in us and we can bring more to the table. So it’s great working with Bob. We love that guy.”
It’s been almost 10 years between albums. On a scale of 1 to screaming like a school girl, how excited are you for a new Offspring album?