Bad Religion posts their first recording update from the studio

Bad Religion posts their first recording update from the studio

Bad Religion has posted an update on their Facebook regarding how the recording process of their new album is coming along. They had this to say:

“first week of recording at joe’s house of compression and brooks gets the medal for superasskicking. brian has finished 14 basics… a couple more to go. i started getting some good bass sounds late, late last night, the liver wins the shootout again. brett is playing late night tracks on his birthday, some way to celebrate! happy birthday bg! quote of the day; BG “what percentage of the sound is coming from the snakeskin?”. haha… working on album titles and ideas today. it’s all coming together. joe says the corn flavored kit kats are gross, but the wasabi ones are quite delicious…. get back to work. work work work. will send photo’s soon”

Bad Religion, who have not released an album since 2007’s New Maps of Hell, entered the studio last week to begin recording their new album with producer Joe Barresi (Tool, Kyuss, The Melvins, Queens of the Stone Age, Weezer). No word on title or release date yet, but we anticipate the album to be released sometime in the fall. The new album will likely include the new song “Resist-Stance“, which was performed live by the band on its spring 2010 tour.

In addition to a new album, Bad Religion had recently been in the midst of recording a live album during their spring 2010 tour and will be releasing it for free to loyal fans as a “thank you”. The album, 30 Years Live, will be released next Tuesday (May 18th) on Epitaph Records. To receive a copy, click here.

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