The Offspring Complete Work on New Album
It's been four long years since The Offspring released their last album, Rise And Fall, Rage And Grace. The punk veterans revealed to the world that they just completed work on their new record.
The California rockers took to their official Facebook page to tell fans the good news. Frontman Dexter Holland wrote a short but important status update:
"Leaving the studio in Hollywood now. The record is finished. - Dexter"
There hasn't been any other information about the disc, including a release date or title. The new album will be the first with drummer Pete Parada, who in 2007 replaced Atom Willard after he left The Offspring to concentrate on Angels and Airwaves. A Perfect Circle stickman Josh Freese filled in during the making of Rise And Fall, Rage And Grace since Parada wasn't officially selected as Willard's replacement yet. The only song title known so far is "You Will Find A Way".
The Offspring are set to tour overseas this summer. They will make multiple festival appearances, which include the Rock In Rio festival in Portugal, Punkspring festival in Japan and Denmark's Skive festival. There have been no North American tour dates announced as of yet.