Published Apr 23, 2016Turn on your coffee makers and relearn the tenants of All, everybody, as long-running pop-punk legends Descendents are about to release a new album. While the specifics have yet to arrive in full, the band are expected to pour out their Hypercaffium Spazzinate by July.
News of the new LP's arrival came from the band at their show in Hermosa Beach, CA last Wednesday (April 20). Noisey reports that the quartet explained at the show, the first in their hometown in 19 years, that a new collection is due to be released sometime in July through Epitaph Records. The label have not yet confirmed this on their end.
In addition to a series of classic cuts, the band played new songs titled "Feel This," "Victim of Me," "On Paper," "Testosterone," "Full Circle," and "Shameless Halo." These are expected to appear on Hypercaffium Spazzinate.
The album has been in development for a few years, with bassist Karl Alvarze having teased the release as far back as 2010. Drummer Bill Stevenson had said back in 2013 that he had recorded 11 songs worth of drums that the rest of the act would later be adding to.
Hypercaffium Spazzinate will be the first full-length from Descendents since 2004's Cool to Be You, which had been delivered through Fat Wreck Chords.