Bad Religion announce remaster of “Stranger Than Fiction”

California punk icons Bad Religion have announced that they are releasing a remastered edition of one of their classic albums, Stranger Than Fiction, on March 9th via Epitaph. The CD and vinyl formats will come with a t-shirt or a hoodie, and you can pre-order the remaster right here.

Originally released in 1994 on Atlantic, Stranger Than Fiction was one of Bad Religion’s most successful records, and includes some of their well-known songs, such as “Stranger Than Fiction”, “Infected” and the re-recorded version of “21st Century (Digital Boy)”. The gold-certified album would also end up being the band’s last album with longtime guitarist Brett Gurewitz, who left Bad Religion right before the album’s release, but rejoined in 2001.

Bad Religion’s most recent studio album True North was released in 2013, and they are reportedly working on a new album to be released this year.

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  • I think STF still really sounds great, the one needing remastering is Recipe For Hate, compared to every other ones they remastered, it’s now the only one that hasn’t been remastered, was more in need for it than STF, the bass for Bentley is mixed so well and he’s really creative too, it was mixed by Andy Wallace, that guy has so many excellent records he’s mixed, they sound timeless, think Slayer – Seasons in the abyss, Nirvana – Nevermind and some other punk stuff, but he’s mixed every kind of music.

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