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At the end of the month you'll be able to hear Christmas Songs, which will collect Bad Religion's punk rock covers of yuletide classics. The Christmas album is pretty much the epitome of a cash-grab,…   Read Story »
Bad Religion have existed for 33 years and released 16 albums, and the vast majority of those fit into one strict template: Rocketing muscular guitar grooves, hoarsely declarative Greg Graffin…   Read Story »
When old punk bands position themselves as some sort of youth thing, it becomes seriously fun and fascinating to parse the results. Case in point: SoCal lifers Bad Religion's new video for "True…   Read Story »
These days, Bad Religion frontman Greg Graffin looks and dresses like a sitcom dad. Somehow, that made it even more fun to watch him lead his grizzled band through "Past Is Dead," a terse and…   Read Story »
Bad Religion, the great long-running California thesaurus-toting punk bashers, have released umpteen billion albums, and they've all been, at the very least, pretty good. The next one, True North,…   Read Story »
You know what's weird? Bad Religion, first-generation Cali hardcore legends, have now spent more than half their career as Warped Tour standbys. But whatever, fuck you guys, I don't care, they can…   Read Story »
Self-titled albums are one thing. But when a band names one of its songs after itself -- or, alternately, when a band names itself after one of its songs -- it's a pretty big deal. The song itself…   Read Story »
Bad Religion's been around for 30 years, which means they're older than your Facebook. To honor the Southern California punks, MySpace and SPIN have joined "forces" to present Germs of Perfection: A…   Read Story »
As a "thank you" to the folks who listen to them, the So-Cal punk elders are offering 30 Years Live, an album they'll record during their upcoming 2010 House Of Blues tour, as a free download on…   Read Story »
SoCal punk revivalists Bad Religion release their fourteenth(!) studio effort this summer, the warm-and-cozy titled New Maps Of Hell. The record spans 16 tracks and features Joe Barresi on production…   Read Story »