The Offspring Announce New Album ‘SUPERCHARGED’

The Offspring have announced their new album, SUPERCHARGED, out October 11th.

“We wanted this record to have pure energy – from the start to the finish! That’s why we called it SUPERCHARGED,” said Dexter Holland. “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.”

He continues: “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 head-banging to it for months! And we can’t wait for you guys to hear it!”

Additionally, the band have shared the lead single “Make It All Right,” which is about the feeling of having a “partner in crime” by your side. Listen to the song below.

Pre-order SUPERCHARGED here.

The Offspring will perform at numerous festivals throughout the summer including, Download, Rock for People, Inkcarceration, and Louder Than Life. See all their dates here.



01. Looking Out for #1
02. Light It Up
03. The Fall Guy
04. Make It All Right
05. Ok, But This Is the Last Time
06. Truth in Fiction
07. Come to Brazil
08. Get Some
09. Hanging by a Thread
10. You Can’t Get There From Here

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Ashley Perez is a freelance music journalist based in Chicago. Her work has appeared on AXS, Chicago Innerview, New City, The Millions, and Illinois Entertainer. She also runs her own music blog at Radio Not Found. Some of her favorite bands include Nirvana, The Cure, Muse, Creeper, and Green Day.

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