The Offspring May 14-15, 2022

The Offspring May 14-15, 2022

The Offspring has had one hell of a ride since their first Number One song “Come Out And Play” was released in 1994.  LA Lloyd struck up a relationship with them that same year that has continued through the present.  Dexter and Noodles, vocalist and guitarist, are back to co-host the LA Lloyd Rock 30.  Let The Bad Times Roll is the tenth album from the band and their first offering in eight years.  According to the band, “There wasn’t a break up, no hiatus (they’ve kept up a steady level of touring during the span between albums), simply the band likes to take their time.”

Did you know that The Offspring vocalist Dexter Holland has a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from USC?  He said, “I had kept in touch with my professors and they encouraged me to come back and finish it up.  The band was cool about it,’ before adding with a laugh, ‘and that only took five years.’”

The Offspring (Dexter and Noodles) Photo Credit: Daveed BenitoThe new single from Let The Bad Times Roll is Behind Your Walls.  Dexter told LA Lloyd, ” If I had to describe the song, I think it has to do with mental illness.  A topic which it really has been shied away from.”  He will go more in-depth on the explanation of the song and The Offspring’s approach to developing a song around the topic.

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