Descendents Release New Song “Victim Of Me” + Announce Album Details

'Hypercaffium Spazzinate' will be released July 29th via Epitaph Records

Punk rock band Descendents released a new song “Victim Of Me” today (June 7) off the band’s forthcoming album Hypercaffium Spazzinate, due out July 29th via Epitaph Records. This marks the band’s 7th studio album and their first since 2004’s Cool To Be You.

The band began recording the new record after ending their extended hiatus in 2010 where they toured with Rise Against and Bad Religion. The band, who originally formed in 1978 in Manhattan Beach, have since moved to different parts of the country: singer Milo Aukerman was living in Deleware, bassist Karl Alvarez and founder and drummer Bill Stevenson were in Colorado, and guitarist Stephen Egerton had settled in Oklahoma. After sending tracks back and forth over the course of 3 years, the album finally came to fruition.

Pre-order Hypercaffium Spazzinate here.


1. Feel This
2. Victim Of Me
3. On Paper
4. Shameless Halo
5. No Fat Burger
6. Testosterone
7. Without Love
8. We Got Defeat
9. Smile
10. Limiter
11. Fighting Myself
12. Spineless and Scarlet Red
13. Human Being
14. Full Circle
15. Comeback Kid
16. Beyond The Music

“Victim Of Me” Lyrics

I just quit this joke of a life plan
It won’t get me nowhere, no
I’m a fear driven service robot
A spectacle of a man with no options

No further will I travel aimlessly
Along this fool’s errand
No longer be a victim of me

Complain about everything in my life
And blame everybody I know
I make every decision laced in panic
Regrettable, but I know it’s amendable


I don’t have to run from me
Just turn away
And be satisfied
I’m not going to fight with me
Just turn away
And stop wandering aimlessly
Yeah I’m not going to choose to be
A victim of me
I’m not going to let myself be
A victim of me


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