The Offspring have apparently completed work on their long-awaited 10th studio album. Guitarist Kevin “Noodles” Wasserman confirmed that the follow-up to 2012’s Days Go By was finished in an Instagram comment over the weekend, writing, “The album is done. Working on getting it to the fans now. Stay tuned!” Last fall, Wasserman hinted that the Offspring could end up with enough new material to release two separate albums, saying, “We know there’s a song or two on every record that comes out of left field for us, but it’s more than just a couple this time. Right now, we’re entertaining the idea of doing two records — one where we can put all of these, and another of straight-up Offspring songs.” Noodles also confirmed that The Offspring were looking for a new record label, remarking, “We’ve been talking with a bunch of different labels and distributors, but so far nothing’s really stuck. So we’re not sure how we’re gonna do this . . . at this point, the way things are distributed, we’re thinking we could even maybe do it ourselves.”