THE OFFSPRING Announce “Supercharged” Album, Stream First Single “Make It All Right”

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Punk rock legends The Offspring are once again making some major noise and announce they will be releasing their new album “Supercharged” available October 11th via Concord Records. The album pre-order begins today and is led by a new single “Make It All Right”. Stream it below.

The song comes out of the gate hot in legendary The Offspring fashion, but lyrically talks about how it feels to have your “partner in crime” by your side. The person who makes you feel like you can do anything, comforts you in times of anxiety/trouble and gives you the confidence things will work out.

In talking about the track and the upcoming release of “Supercharged” frontman Dexter Holland said: “We wanted this record to have pure energy – from the start to the finish! That’s why we called it Supercharged. From the height of our aspirations to the depths of our struggles, we talk about it all on this record…in a way that celebrates the life that we share and where we are now. Our single “Make It All Right” is a great example of this because it talks about the people in our lives who make us feel strong when we are feeling low – our partners in crime who make us feel all right.”

Holland continued: “The album was recorded in three different locations this time around: Maui, Vancouver, and our home studio in Huntington Beach, and together with our producer Bob Rock everything came out awesome. I feel like this is the best we have ever sounded! We’ve been rocking out and headbanging to it for months! And we can’t wait for you guys to hear it!” 

The new album “Supercharged” finds the band sounding better than ever and was produced by their longtime producer Bob Rock.

Pre-order the album HERE.

“Supercharged” Album Artwork

Over the course of the band’s history, they have cemented themselves as punk rock royalty as one of the best-selling rock bands in history with over 40 million records sold worldwide. They have released over ten studio albums and have often been credited – alongside fellow California bands Green Day and Rancid – for reviving mainstream interest in rock in the 1990’s.


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