Bad Religion will release an autobiography titled Do What You Want: The Story of Bad Religion, on August 20th. Pre-orders are now up.
Bad Religion are heading out on tour with Alkaline Trio next year. They have also released a video for the holidays of Greg Graffin sitting by his tree and yule log as Bad Religion’s Christmas album plays in the background.
Bad Religion have released a 4-minute mini-documentary about their recent album, Age of Unreason.
Bad Religion have added some new tour dates.
The Punk In Drublic Festival has announced it’s first 2019 US date will take place in Portland, OR on July 12th at Portland Meadows. NOFX, MxPx, Bad Religion, Anti-Flag, and Mean Jeans are all slated to perform.
Bad Religion announced some new tour dates.
Bad Religion will release their new album, Age of Unreason, on May 3rd. Today they’ve debuted the new song “Chaos From Within” and preorders are now up.
The lineup for the sixth annual Sabroso Craft Beer, Taco & Music Festival has been announced. This looks like my kinda festival.
Bad Religion have released a new song called “My Sanity.”
Bad Religion have shared a video for their new song “The Kids Are Alt-Right.”
Bad Religion will re-release their album, No Substance, on June 15th. The album will be remastered and pre-orders are now up.
Bad Religion are in the studio working on a new album.
Bad Religion have announced a remastered edition of Stranger Than Fiction. It’ll be out on March 9th and pre-orders are now up.
Greg Graffin talked with Las Vegas Weekly and mentioned that Bad Religion are gearing up for a new album:
Speaking of Bad Religion, he confirms that the band is “definitely gearing up for a new album,” since it has been more than four years since the release of its last LP, True North. (“Our fans are getting itchy,” he laughs.) Graffin is also working on a novel proposal based around a complex, evolution-based query.
Greg Graffin is the latest to appear on Amoeba Records’ “What’s In My Bag?” series.
Greg Graffin of Bad Religion talked with the OC Register:
“I wanted to write a secular gospel song,” he said. “The greatest thing about religion is the music, if you ask me. People ask me ‘What’s a good religion, you’re always so dedicated to bad religion.’ I don’t know, but it’s one that has a lot of good music because that’s what seems to live on, for me at least. I thought I’d put some words to something that’s purely humanistic and puts the power for change in humanity instead of a supernatural deity. I think it’s a timely song and I hope it resonates with people, but it retains its flavor of everything that’s good about religion, which is music.”
Greg Graffin of Bad Religion has announced a short run of tour dates leading up to his SXSW appearance. You can find those below.
Bad Religion have announced some new tour dates around the globe. You can find those below.