Watch The Offspring’s Recent Acoustic Set For Chicago’s Q101

The Offspring recently played an acoustic set for Chicago’s Q101. You can see footage of the band performing stripped down versions of “The Kids Aren’t Alright,” “Come Out And Play,” and “Behind Your Walls” below:

[via Blabbermouth]

The Offering Premiere “Ultraviolence” Music Video

The Offering have premiered a new video for their new song “Ultraviolence.” This track is from the band’s new album “Home,” which will be released on August 2.

Guitarist Nishad George commented:

“For ‘Ultraviolence’, we wanted to make a video that represents one of the reoccurring themes Alex sings about on Home, which is the war between the ears. To visually depict this, I wanted to emphasize the physical, emotional, and intellectual breakdown that happens when you lose the battle against yourself.

We made a screenplay inspired by ‘The Most Dangerous Game’, but set in the inner forest, with each remaining bandmate representing one the aforementioned three aspects of humanity. This was incredibly hard to film as Alex put himself in a LOT of physical danger to pull it off. We hope you enjoy it.”

The Offering Premiere “Failure (S.O.S.)” Lyric Video

The Offering have premiered a lyric video for their new song “Failure (S.O.S.).” This track is from the band’s new album “Home,” which will be released on August 2.

“Home” Track Listing:

01. “Waste Away”
02. “Lovesick”
03. “Ultraviolence”
04. “A Dance With Diana”
05. “Failure (S.O.S.)”
06. “Hysteria”
07. “Glory”
08. “Home”

Vocalist Alexander Richichi said the following about the new record:

“HOME’s about feeling small, inconsequential, forgotten, wasted, and questioning how you fit in. My attempt is to see if anyone feels the same anymore. Or am I the only one? And if I’m not, where did everyone go? Lyrically, in this band, no word has one meaning—including HOME. Home, the word, is meant to be a haven, but instead it’s often the root of our traumas. We try not to think about what home we’re born into and how it’s tied to our fate, and how we are ultimately a reflection of our home, our upbringing. It shows us our limitations, how we interpret ‘safety.’ I would like this album to be a ‘home’ that houses people of the same mind, those who can find it as a type of refuge, especially in 2019 where so many of these emotions aren’t accessible to be openly talked about with loved ones. HOME is meant to show that you’re not alone.”

The Offering Sign With Century Media, Premiere New Song “Rat King”

The Offering have signed a new deal with Century Media, and plan to release their self-titled debut EP through the label on November 10. With this news, the band have also premiered a new song titled “Rat King.”