The Offspring singer Bryan “Dexter” Holland has confirmed to The Times Colonist that the band will be entering the studio to work on their new album in January. The album is due out next year.
He said, “In a funny way, I think the pandemic break really energized us. It gave us time to let us finish the last record, and we got the band real tight. We've decided to keep on going, so when we're in-between tours, we're working on new material.”
Holland added that he and his bandmates plan to ride the rollercoaster for as long as they can. He explained, “The nature of the music business is that you never know when your time is up. We're very fortunate to still be here. But as Jim Morrison once said, 'The future is uncertain and the end is always near.' It always seems like we can do this for a few more years — people are still coming to the shows, and we're still getting played on the radio — so for the time being it seems okay. But beyond that, who knows?”