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Punk rock and alternative music fans have a double delight coming their way. The Offspring and Bad Religion are coming together to set the stage on fire with their energetic music beats and spectacular performances. Get The Offspring Bad Religion tickets and prepare to become part of a memorable rock music event.
The Offspring came into formation in 1984 in California. Currently it's a quartet comprising lead vocalist Dexter Holland, who also plays rhythm guitar, lead guitarist Kevin Wasserman, drummer Pete Parada and bassist Greg K. The band is considered to be one of the instrumental music groups that revived punk rock in the nineties.
The Offspring has sold more than forty million albums across the globe, which makes it one of the bestselling punk rock bands in the country. Their pulsing power chords have kept fans hooked since the nineties and they continue to be among the fans' favorites.
The Offspring released their first single, I'll Be Waiting, in 1986. In 1988, the ensemble released another demo. Their self-titled debut album came out in the early nineties, and they followed it up with a nationwide tour. Their second album, “Ignition,” was released in 1992.
These two albums gained the band recognition and acclaim, but mainstream success came only after their third album was released. Titled as “Smash,” this album came out in 1994 and produced hit singles like Self Esteem, Come Out and Play and Gotta Get Away. Having sold over sixteen million copies, the album set a new record for highest unit sales by an independent label. As of today, this album is still in demand and has been certified platinum six times over.
The band continued its journey to success with its fourth album, “Ixany on the Hombre,” which was released in 1996. Their following three albums were also mega hits; 1998's “Americana”, 2000's “Conspiracy of One” and 2003's “Splinter,” were certified platinum, multi-platinum and gold respectively.
“Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace” followed in 2008 and produced the certified gold single, You're Gonna Go Far, Kid. The track stayed on the top of the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart for eleven consecutive weeks.
The band's latest album is “Days Go By,” which was released in 2012. Currently, the band is working on its tenth album, which is scheduled to be released in 2015. Who knows, in their upcoming concert, the band just might lift the curtain on some of its new songs as well. Get to their performance and be the first one to find out.
Sharing the stage with The Offspring will be another equally popular punk rock band, the Bad Religion. The group came into formation in the late seventies and is known for its extensive use of soaring 3-part vocal harmonies. The hardcore punk band is also famous for its guitar solos and lyrics that often include political commentary. The band's songs also usually address matters related to social responsibility.
Bad Religion has gone through several lineup changes over the years; however, its current lineup includes three original members of the band, namely Greg Graffin, Brett Gurewitz and Jay Bentley, along with several other musicians that became part of the ensemble over the years.
Ever since their inception, Bad Religion has been different. They did not play safe by sticking to the same series of indistinguishable records, but instead retained their music creditability by adding elements of psychedelia, hard core and heavy metal whilst focusing on melody. From their debut record in 1982 to their first major hit a decade later, the band continued to experiment and evolve.
Bad Religion has released a total of sixteen studio albums so far. The band's worldwide album sales exceed five million and are ever increasing. Their latest album, “True North,” came out in 2013 and debuted at number nineteen on the Billboard 200 chart.
Now you have a chance to catch these two incredible rock music acts live on stage. Buy The Offspring Bad Religion tickets today to do just that.