by MythofRock

In a recent interview with Atlanta’s 99X radio station, guitarist Kevin “Noodles” Wasserman and singer Bryan “Dexter” Holland of THE OFFSPRING affirmed that their eleventh studio album has been finalized. “It’s done. It’s mastered” Noodles said, “All the guys were on the bus and we just listened to the masters of the new record. It’s just done”.

When the interviewer noted that the new OFFSPRING LP was recorded, on and off, over quite a long period of time, Noodles said: “It’s kind of how we work these days. We don’t go in and just lock ourselves in the studio for six months. We kind of do it piecemeal — a couple of weeks here, a couple of weeks there”.

Two months prior to this, Noodles elaborated on the advancement of the recording sessions for the band’s subsequent release following the 2021 “Let The Bad Times Roll” album in an interview with Colombia’s Radioacktiva. At the time, he said: “It’s not like we go in and work for a whole bunch of months with [longtime producer] Bob [Rock] and then don’t see each other for a couple years. We get together every couple of months and go in the studio and work for a week to two weeks. That’s just how we like to work. And it’s always fun hanging out with Bob. He’s just a great guy. And we just talk about music, talk about ideas, what makes a song great — that sort of thing”.

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