The Offspring announce their first new LP in nine years, Let The Bad Times Roll
Long-standing punk band The Offspring have announced their first release in almost a decade, a new studio album entitled Let The Bad Times Roll. They’ve also released the album’s title track ahead of its arrival – you can listen below.
Let The Bad Times Roll follows the band’s 2012 record Days Go By, and will be their 10th overall. The Offspring formed in 1984, and were a staple of the California punk scene. Their 1994 album Smash was, aptly, a record-breaking success and catapulted them into the mainstream.
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The new album has been written and recorded over the last several years. It’s also the band’s third time working in collaboration with legendary producer Bob Rock, also known for his work with Metallica, Mötley Crüe, Bon Jovi, Aerosmith and more.
The album’s title track arrives with a lyric video, which you can see below.
Let The Bad Times Roll arrives on 16 April, and can be preordered here.
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