The Offspring release their ninth studio album, Days Go By, on Tuesday (June 26th). The California punk rockers last issued new music in 2008 with Rise And Fall, Rage And Grace, and previously left a five-year gap between that effort and its predecessor, 2003's Splinter. The FOX asked guitarist Kevin "Noodles" Wasserman if the band has ever caught flak from its label for taking so long between records: "You know, there's times when, you know, we'll call management and go, 'We're not done yet. What's the label saying? Are they pissed?' 'Ah, don't worry about it, you know, we'll get by.' 'OK, good, that's what we wanted to hear.' The pressure really hasn't ever been bad, because we have been around for a while and we've had a certain amount of success, people kind of leave us alone to do it the way we do it best."