Frequently regarded as one of the best rock bands of all time, The Offspring have garnered a reputation for their unmistakable sound and social comment. The multi-platinum band first achieved worldwide success in the 90’s with the release of their album Smash, which sold over 11 million copies. Following Smash, they continued to release hit after hit, popularizing rock at a mainstream level. The group is also currently working on new music.
Throughout their career, The Offspring have sold over a staggering 40 million albums, and toured arenas, and built a global fan base. ‘Let the Bad Times Roll’ marks the band’s tenth studio album and the third album produced by the legendary Bob Rock. True to the irreverence at the core of their rock music, the band, and lyricist Dexter Holland took a view to today’s cultural moments and didn’t shy away from creating topical material in this album.
The band’s breakthrough album, “Smash,” was released in 1994 and became a huge commercial success, selling over 11 million copies worldwide. The album’s lead single, “Come Out and Play,” became a hit on alternative rock radio and helped to establish The Offspring as one of the leading bands in the punk rock genre.
Over the years, The Offspring has released several more successful albums, including “Ixnay on the Hombre” (1997), “Americana” (1998), and “Splinter” (2003). The band’s most recent album, “Let the Bad Times Roll,” was released in 2021.
In addition to their music, The Offspring is known for their social and political activism. They have been involved in various causes, including environmentalism, animal rights, and supporting organizations that promote peace and social justice.
Despite several lineup changes over the years, The Offspring has remained a popular and influential band in the punk rock genre. Their catchy melodies, humorous lyrics, and high-energy performances continue to appeal to fans around the world.
“One of the best things about being on tour is traveling the world playing to great audiences, and it’s even better when you can do it with your friends – we had sold out International tours with Simple Plan and Sum 41, and we’re excited that they’ll be joining us this Summer in America. It’s going to be great!” said Holland.
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