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Bad Religion

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Bad Religion: Generator (Epitaph); Dag Nasty: Four on the Floor (Epitaph)

Review by Chuck Eddy, L.A. Weekly, 12 March 1992

HARDCORE PUNK happened more than 10 years ago, meant less than it wanted to then, and means less than nothing now. Bad Religion and Dag ...

Bad Religion Try To Sell Out

Interview by Roy Trakin, Addicted To Noise, 1996

YOU COULD SAY Bad Religion have something to prove. The veteran L.A. punk band are survivors of the West Coast's second great wave, the early ...

Bad Religion: The Process of Belief

Review by Ian Winwood, Kerrang!, 19 January 2002

Bad Religion reform for belief-affirming 12th album ...

The violence. The drugs. The death. From Black Flag and Social Distortion to Bad Religion and The Offspring, this is the story of 20 years of LA punk.

Retrospective by Ian Winwood, Kerrang!, 19 January 2002

On the long, straight drive from Los Angeles airport, down a curving freeway, past oil wells and gas stations, diners and office supply stores, onto ...

Bad Religion: No Assumption Safe with Punk Vets

Report and Interview by Geoffrey Himes, The Washington Post, 22 March 2013

THE TITLE OF the first single from Bad Religion's new album, True North, is unprintable in this newspaper, but the two-word expletive advises one to ...

Bad Religion: O2 Academy, Bristol

Live Review by Stephen Dalton, The Times, 4 August 2017

BAD RELIGION are living proof of the old adage that punk rockers never die, they just turn into greying, balding, bespectacled Vince Cable lookalikes. ...


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