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The legendary band The Offspring has planned a tour in 2022. The band will perform in Canada. Concerts of the tour called Let the Bad Times will take place in the largest cities. Among them are Vancouver, Toronto and others. According to preliminary information, the tour will last 22 days. The band divided their tour into two parts – "American" and "Canadian". The first part of the tour was a great success in the largest cities of America. During the first part of the tour, the invited guests were Blame My Mouth, but on the tour of Canada, the guest's name changed. In Canada, the invited guests were Simple Plan. The purpose of the tour of famous musicians is to support their new album, which aroused great interest among listeners. However, in addition to the compositions from the new album called "Let the Bad Times Roll", the most famous compositions of the band of the past years will also be performed at the concerts.
The album titled "Let the Bad Times Roll" was released recently, in 2021. Despite this, it has already managed to become one of the most discussed albums among critics. This is the tenth album of the band. Many fans focused on the fact that this album is the first work of The Offspring, which was recorded without the participation of bassist Greg. He stopped playing in the band about three years ago (in 2018) for the reason that there were a lot of disputes between him and other members of the band. Also, after recording this album, the band left the Rit Parade. His departure was not related to conflicts, he just did not want to be vaccinated against coronavirus.
Yes, in 2021/2022 the band is actively touring. The band has scheduled concerts in 14 countries around the world.
The group's performances are quite long. As a rule, they last from two to three hours.
No, at the moment the artists are busy with touring activities. In addition, they recently released an album, it happened in the spring of 2021.
The Offspring is a world-famous punk rock band. It was formed in 1986, but has not lost its popularity and originality. The team has gained fame more than once. There was no instant takeoff and success. The band's first album, which was released in 1989, did not attract much public attention. It was released in a circulation of 5 thousand copies and many critics did not even pay attention to it. The situation with the second album was not much different either. The musicians made a breakthrough in their career after the release of the third record, which became the most successful in their discography, we are talking about an album called "Smash". Having sold 16 million copies, in one interview the musicians themselves admitted that they were very surprised by such a success. Later, the performers began to tour actively. Today they have 10 studio albums on their account, and they still remain one of the most popular punk bands.