(Los Angeles, April 28, 2021) – SoCal icons and one of the best-selling punk rock bands of all time, The Offspring’s highly anticipated tenth studio album Let The Bad Times Rollhas debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Alternative album chart, charting at #2 on Billboard Top Rock Albums and #27 on the Billboard Top 200 in its first week. The album, which marks the band’s first in almost a decade, was released April 16th via Concord Records.

The Offspring have shown no signs of slowing down as they continue to dominate airplay and charts worldwide, climbing to Top 5 at Rock and inching towards Top 15 at Alternative radio. Let The Bad Times Roll has sold over 38,000 units and amassed nearly 22 million streams across the U.S since its debut. Success for the album has skyrocketed to the top of the charts all around the globe, hitting career high chart debuts with seven top 5s and ten top 10s, including an all-new top 3 in the U.K., marking their highest-charting to date in the market.

Of the album’s worldwide debut success, singer Dexter Holland says, “I don’t know how we do it!” Guitarist Noodles adds: “Yep. We still got it!”

Let The Bad Times Roll has garnered both fan and critical acclaim, with Kerrang! proclaiming, “Let The Bad Times Roll represents a welcome return from a band who undoubtedly make the world all the brighter with their presence.” Rolling Stone hailed the album’s lead single and title track a “return to their signature mix of guileless pop-punk and forked-tongue irony.” The song’s music video has since amassed more than 2.5 million views.

Legends and innovators of the Southern California punk rock scene, The Offspring have sold more than 40 million albums worldwide, won countless awards, and have toured consistently, playing more than 500 shows in the last decade alone.  Their music has had a lasting impact across film, television, and video games, but the band turned their focus to a new album release in 2021.  The band is comprised of singer Dexter Holland, guitarist Noodles, drummer Pete Parada and bassist Todd Morse.

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