|Recorded||September 2015, November 2015, January to Feburary 2016|
|Length||Unknown, Presumably around 40 minutes.|
|Label||Time Bomb Recordings|
|Produced by||Bob Rock|
Album Ten will be the tenth studio album released by The Offspring and the first after completing their six-album record contract with Columbia Records. The album will be released in 2017. The band started recording in September 2015.
Plans for the tenth Offspring album were announced in December 2012 by guitarist Noodles, who stated that they would begin work on the follow-up to Days Go By after they finish touring in support of that album. Later that month, Dexter and Noodles confirmed that The Offspring were no longer associated with Columbia, and have considered the possibility of releasing new material independently. But now that Round Hill Music has boughten all rights to all of The Offspring's songs, it is a possibility that it will be released on that label. 
In late January 2013, a Facebook page called "New Offspring album in 2014" was created for Offspring fans who did not want to wait another five or four years for another album. In March of that year, however, the Facebook page was deleted. It is rumored that the members of The Offspring or their management sent a cease and desist letter to the creator of the Facebook page in order to stop the people from spreading rumors about a new album.
In a May 2013 interview with Belarusian news site Tut.By, Noodles stated that The Offspring hope to be back in the studio recording their tenth album in 2014. In that same month, Dexter said that he wrote a "punk" song about "the government keeping you down", which has since lead to speculation that The Offspring will be returning to their original roots on the new album. The song Dexter was talking about was Coming for You, a iTunes and Google Play only single released on January 30th, 2015.
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