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Bad Religion Announce Re-Release of “No Substance”

Punk veterans Bad Religion have announced that they plan to release their classic 1998 album No Substance again this year. The completely remastered record will be out on June 15. You can pre-order it now from Kings Road Merch in both Europe and the US.

Bad Religion’s previous original release was their 2013 effort True North. However, the band are currently working on new material.

 



It’s official: Bad Religion are recording new album!

Following up on today’s report that Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz was teasing something, a picture from the studio posted by guitarist Brian Baker on his Instagram page confirms that they are actually recording their long-awaited new album.

We’ll keep you posted once we get more details on the new Bad Religion record, which is rumored to be released this summer in conjunction with their European tour that season. Their last studio album to date, True North, was released in 2013.



It looks Bad Religion are recording a new album

A cryptic post on Brett Gurewitz’s Instagram page has suggested that Bad Religion are in the studio recording their long-awaited new album. The post shows a picture from the studio and simply says, “Today’s office”. This follows up last February’s news where the iconic California punk band revealed that new songs were in the pipeline.

We’ll keep you posted once we get more details on the new Bad Religion record, which is rumored to be released this summer in conjunction with their European tour that season. Their last studio album to date, True North, was released in 2013.



New Bad Religion album coming this summer?

According to a German website, California punk icons Bad Religion will release their long-awaited new album this summer, which they began work on last February. The release of the follow-up to 2013’s True North coincides with the band’s summer European tour.

No further more information has been given, but we’ll keep you posted when more details surface. In addition to being the first album from Bad Religion in five years, the record will be their first with Mike Dimkich (replacing Greg Hetson) on guitar and Jamie Miller (replacing Brooks Wackerman) on drums.



Punk In Drublic Festival announces 2018 dates

Punk In Drublic Festival is hitting the road this year, stopping in 6 different US cities throughout May.  The shows will feature NOFX, Bad Religion, The Interrupters and Mad Caddies, with Bad Cop / Bad Cop or The Last Gang opening the show.  You can check out all the dates and locations below, and you can find all the other info you need here



Bad Religion detail Europe festivals schedule

Bad Religion are to embark on a summer of mainland European festivals this year that sees them travel to Italy, Austria, Germany, Finland, Slovenia, Spain and Belgium. The dates run from June to August. You can see the details and buy tickets from the band’s website.

The band have been working on the follow up to 2013’s “True North”.



Punk In Drublic festival heads to Europe in June

Punk In Drublic will be hitting Europe this June. The fest will have six dates with stops in Germany, Austria, Italy, and Slovenia. Headliners include NOFX, Bad Religion, and Pennywise. You can find the full lineup, dates and cities below!



Bad Religion tease new album

It’s been five years since Bad Religion last released any new material, but a tweet from frontman Greg Graffin suggests that he and guitarist Brett Gurewitz are in the studio working on songs for the band’s next record. The tweet simply says, “New songs in the pipeline….”

The new Bad Religion album will be their full-length studio album since 2013’s True North as well as their first with Mike Dimkich (replacing Greg Hetson) on guitar and Jamie Miller (replacing Brooks Wackerman) on drums. The band last released the EP Christmas Songs, which also came out in 2013.

When the record will be released is unknown, but we’ll keep you updated as details arise.



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.



Bad Religion announce 30th anniversary “Suffer” show

Bad Religion have announced plans to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of their iconic 1988 album Suffer.

So far, only one 30th anniversary show has been confirmed. The band will play the album in its entirety during their performance at the Spanish festival Tsunami Xixón this summer.

We’ll keep you posted as more shows, or a tour, in celebration of Suffer come to light.

Bad Religion were recently featured on the 7″ split Dean Lane Hardcore Three Way Split, which includes two live songs recorded on their 2010 30th anniversary tour. The band has been promising a new album, which is tentatively due for release this year, and will be their first since 2013’s True North.



DS Exclusive: 2017 A Year in Pictures (AnarchoPunk – Los Angeles)

2017 was an awfully busy year for me! I shot four festivals and an uncountable amount of local shows here in The City of Angeles. But for as frantic as it was there was also some pretty big payoffs. My year was filled with multiple life goals like getting to shoot Rancid, Bad Religion and Propagandhi all for the first time. And through it all, I got to meet tons of great folks, all of which deserve thanks in one way or another but would take too much time to acknowledge here. So, I’ll instead just say thanks to the incredible bands that allowed me to take their pictures while most likely being uncomfortably close to them! Keep up all of the great work and I can’t wait to see you all again in 2018! Check out my personal favorite shots from almost every set I shot this year, below!

*For more pics, follow Dying Scene and my personal page over at Instagram!



Bad Religion featured on new 7″ split EP

The Bad Religion Page reports that a 7″ EP called Dean Lane Hardcore Three Way Split was recently released, and features two live tracks by the aforementioned band “Sinister Rouge” and “Suffer”; those tracks are actually taken from Bad Religion‘s 2010 30th anniversary House of Blues shows.

The 7″ EP also features tracks by UK bands Cynderide and Los Savages, and you can get it off either band’s Bandcamp page.

Bad Religion’s most recent studio album True North was released in 2013, and they are reportedly working on new material. We’ll keep you posted as more details on that come to light.



Punk In Drublic release aftermovie

Punk In Drublic Festival have released an aftermovie featuring clips of live performances and general shenanigans from the fest, all set to NOFX’s “Seeing Double At The Triple Rock”. Check it out here.



Fat Mike Presents Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival Rescheduled

The Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival previously scheduled for Saturday October 14th at the Concord Pavilion in Concord, CA has been rescheduled for Saturday October 29th.  The reschedule is due to concern over air quality and crowd safety in Concord due to ongoing wildfires in the surrounding areas.

All tickets for the previously scheduled performance date will be honored at the rescheduled date on Sunday, October 29th. For those unable to attend the postponed date, refunds are available at the original point of purchase.

Because of artist availability, the lineup has been changed to include NOFX, Bad Religion, Goldfinger, Bad Cop / Bad Cop, Get Dead, and more to be announced.



Fat Mike hints at Bad Religion and NOFX tour next year

In a recent interview with The Inertia, Fat Mike talked about the Punk in Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival, co-headlined by Bad Religion and his band NOFX.

When asked if there were any bands he wanted on the bill that couldn’t participate in the festival, Mike hinted at NOFX and Bad Religion doing an 18-date tour next year. He said, “I just talked to the Bad Religion guys an hour ago and we’re going to do 18 shows together next year because Tacoma this year was so fun. And Boise.”

It’s been almost a full year since NOFX released their latest album First Ditch Effort, which was their first in four years, following 2012’s Self Entitled. Bad Religion have been promising a new album for a while, which will be their first since 2013’s True North, and is expected to come out next year.