American rock outfit, The Offspring, dramatically changed the direction of mainstream rock with their impact on the punk revival movement of the early 1990s. One of the best-selling bands of their time - with nearly 40 million albums sold worldwide - they've recorded nine studio albums throughout their three-decade-long career, garnering one of the most loyal fan bases in today’s music scene, having toured almost every single year since their formation in 1984.

In this all-new episode of Guitar Center Sessions on DIRECTV, Nic Harcourt sits down with The Offspring to talk about the band’s rise to fame with the massive success of 1994's Smash, their creative process and extensive touring history, and what fans can expect from their upcoming tenth studio album. Plus, watch exclusive performances from their set at the world-famous Guitar Center Hollywood, featuring songs from the band's storied career, including "Come Out and Play," "The Kids Aren't Alright" and "Self Esteem."