2012 begins with recording at Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, BC before returning to Southern California and the start of mixing. On March 24, Dexter tweets “Leaving the studio in Hollywood now. The record is finished.”
March 31 and April 1, The Offspring headline the Punkspring festival in Japan, premiering a new song: “The Future Is Now.”
April 27, Dexter & Noodles visit KROQ's Kevin & Bean morning show to premiere “Days Go By” the first single off their upcoming new album.
May 3, the band play a special club show at Alex's Bar in Long Beach to honor the Ignition album's 20th Anniversary. The place is packed with a couple hundred fans of all kinds and also close friends and family of the band, making this a unique experience for anyone who was lucky enough to be at the sold out show. Possibly the longest Offspring show ever!
May 5, The Offspring play the 20th Annual KROQ Weenie Roast & Fiesta alongside Coldplay, Incubus, Silversun Pickups, Pennywise and others.
June 26, The Offspring release Days Go By worldwide, their 9th studio album.
Be sure not to miss The Offspring when they play Echo Beach powered by Rogers September 2nd!