Bad Religion plans to play three full-album shows in New York this October

Bad Religion plans to play three full-album shows in New York this October

New York, you lucky bastards… It has been reported that LA veteran punkers, Bad Religion, will be performing a series of three shows at New York’s Irving Plaza, backed by Off With Their Heads and reggaeists, The Aggrolites.  What’s unique about these shows is that each will have a different set-list, each featuring multiple full-album performances.  The 20 October show will feature How Could Hell Be Any Worse?, Suffer, and No Control; the 26 October event will see the band performing Against The GrainGeneratorRecipe For HateStranger Than FictionThe Gray Race and No Substance; and the 27 October performance will treat concert-goers to the band’s newer albums, New AmericaThe Process Of BeliefThe Empire Strikes FirstNew Maps oO Hell and their upcoming album, The Dissent Of Man.

Tickets will go on sale this Friday, 28 August, costing $27.50 for a one-day pass or fans can opt for a $99 three-day VIP pass.  Damn, this sounds amazing!  The band also has many other tour dates scheduled which can be found on their MySpace.

28 September, 2010, will see the release of BR’s latest LP, The Dissent Of Man, as well as singer, Dr. Graffin’s, release of his book, Anarchy Evolution: Faith, Science, and Bad Religion in a World Without God.  Pre-orders for the album and various bundles can be purchased from King’s Road Merch.  BR’s last release, New Maps Of Hell, was released on Epitaph in 2008.

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