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In , the band released their initial eponymous album on the newly formed label, Epitaph Records , which was and continues to be managed and owned by Gurewitz.
Also in , the band began recording their first full-length album, How Could Hell Be Any Worse? During the recording of this album, drummer Jay Ziskrout quit the band, and was replaced by Peter Finestone.
Released in , How Could Hell Be Any Worse? In , the band released Into the Unknown , a keyboard-driven progressive hard rock album with a slightly slower pace.
This incident, as well as band members' increasingly divergent personal lives, led to the band's temporary dissolution shortly after the album's release.
Soon after, Graffin reassembled Bad Religion with Circle Jerks guitarist Greg Hetson replacing Gurewitz, who had gone into rehab for his drug problem.
Bad Religion returned to a somewhat mellower, rock and roll version of their original sound with the Back to the Known EP. Eventually the band split toward the middle of Bad Religion slowly reformed in out of the Back to the Known line-up when Graffin called Bentley and asked him to return.
Bentley's response was tentative, but after being assured that the setlist consisted mostly of tracks from How Could Hell Be Any Worse?
A freshly rehabilitated Gurewitz was eventually convinced to come back aboard, and with Pete Finestone returning on drums and Greg Hetson on second guitar; Bad Religion was back.
Although the album did not chart on the Billboard , it received some positive reviews, and was voted Best Album of the Year by publications such as Trust , Maximum Rocknroll and Flipside.
During the Suffer tour in , Bad Religion began writing new material. In early , while the band was on break from touring, they commenced work on their next album, and entered the Westbeach Recorders studio in June of that year to record it.
The resulting album, No Control , was released in November , and was Bad Religion's best-selling album at the time, eventually selling more than 80, copies.
Bad Religion's hardcore punk style continued with their next album, Against the Grain , which was released in While the album still did not break the band into mainstream audiences, it was the first , seller, and showed how quickly they were growing.
Drummer Pete Finestone left Bad Religion again in April to focus on his other band, the Fishermen, which had signed with a major label, and Bobby Schayer joined the band as his replacement.
In May , Bad Religion entered the Westbeach Recorders studio to begin recording material for their sixth studio album, Generator , which was not released until March The album was recorded almost live in the studio,  because, at the time, Gurewitz had moved Westbeach to larger premises, and for the first time, the entire band could play in the studio at the same time.
He stated that it was "time to change" and the band "did it in a different studio, but as far as the songwriting, it was a deliberate effort to try something different".
To coincide with the band's success, Bad Religion released a compilation album, 80—85 , in It is a repackaging of their debut album, How Could Hell Be Any Worse?
This compilation did not include Into the Unknown. With alternative rock and grunge breaking into the mainstream, Bad Religion was signed to Atlantic Records in and quickly re-released their seventh full-length studio album Recipe for Hate on the label that same year.
Despite receiving mixed reviews from music critics, the album finally broke Bad Religion into mainstream audiences and got their highest U.
Recipe for Hate was followed up by Bad Religion's eighth studio album Stranger Than Fiction. The album met high critical reception upon its release in September , and was their most successful album at the time, scoring such hits as " Stranger Than Fiction ", " Infected ", and a re-recording of " 21st Century Digital Boy ", which was originally released on Against the Grain.
The band also recorded the song "Leaders and Followers" which later appeared as a bonus track on the Japanese version of Stranger Than Fiction for the soundtrack for the Kevin Smith film, Clerks.
The album was Bad Religion's first to enter the Billboard ; the release peaked at number 87, and was awarded gold certification on March 4, , for sales of over half a million copies.
Right before the release of Stranger Than Fiction , Gurewitz left the band. He officially cited the reason for his departure as the increasing amount of time he was needed at Epitaph as the Offspring who had just released Smash to unexpected success and acclaim became one of the biggest bands of the mids.
Gurewitz, along with many fans, accused the band of selling out for leaving Epitaph to seek greater financial success. Brett discussed his drug use in an interview on the band's Suffer Tour documentary, Along the Way , and claimed that he was clean and sober.
In response, Gurewitz recorded a song with his new band the Daredevils entitled " Hate You ", reportedly directed towards Jay Bentley.
Gurewitz was replaced as a guitarist by Brian Baker , a former member of the bands Minor Threat , Dag Nasty and Junkyard.
Baker had declined a spot with R. Bad Religion continued touring and recording without Brett Gurewitz and released three more albums for Atlantic, starting with The Gray Race , produced by former Cars frontman Ric Ocasek.
Despite never garnering the amount of attention that Stranger Than Fiction received, it would score Bad Religion a minor U.
In , Bad Religion released their tenth full-length album, No Substance , produced by Alex Perialas , Ronnie Kimball and the band themselves.
Although the album was anticipated by both music critics and fans as a result of the band's previous worldwide successes with Stranger Than Fiction and The Gray Race , it was given mixed reviews by critics and fans.
In , Gurewitz reunited with Graffin to co-write a song together, called "Believe It", which would appear on their next album, The New America For it, Todd Rundgren , an early musical inspiration for Graffin, was brought in to produce.
Here's a guy who was making pop music but in a way that you wouldn't hear on the radio. So much of my early musical identity was wrapped up in the way he conducted himself.
Jay Bentley reflects on this by saying, "I didn't feel we were going anywhere and so did Greg. Todd didn't like Greg and that made Greg so mad!
He met his idol and he was a jerk! I don't think Todd gave a shit about anything. Meanwhile, Bobby Schayer left the band following a serious shoulder injury and was replaced by Brooks Wackerman Suicidal Tendencies.
In , Bad Religion departed from Atlantic Records. They returned to Epitaph and Brett Gurewitz rejoined the band.
The expanded six-piece line-up then recorded and released The Process of Belief Graffin states, "there was a little bit of disappointment on my part when he left the band, but we never had any serious acrimony between the two of us.
I can't say the same for the rest of the band. But he and I, being the songwriters from way back, we really wanted to try again.
Their next album, The Empire Strikes First , was released in June Like The Process of Belief , it is widely regarded by fans [ who? In April , the band also re-released digitally-remastered versions of all of their first six studio albums on Epitaph Records except Into the Unknown.
The How Could Hell Be Any Worse? To coincide with the re-issues, they also released their long out-of-print live VHS Along the Way on DVD for the first time.
Though Recipe for Hate was released on Epitaph, the album could not be re-issued; due to the fact that it was re-issued on Atlantic, problems with the rights ownership made a re-issue unlikely.
On March 7, , a live DVD, Live at the Palladium was released. This DVD featured a live show performed in late at the Hollywood Palladium, as well as extensive interviews, several music videos, and a photo gallery.
During one of the interview segments, guitarist Brett Gurewitz said the band's next album would be a double-length release, but this turned out not to be the case.
Greg Graffin released his second solo album, Cold as the Clay , on July 11, Bad Religion's fourteenth studio album, New Maps of Hell , was released on July 10, On June 29, of that year Greg Hetson 's 46th birthday , Epitaph Records started selling New Maps of Hell at the Warped Tour in Pomona, California.
The album was a commercial success and spawned three hit singles " Honest Goodbye ", "Heroes and Martyrs", and " New Dark Ages ", and as a result, New Maps of Hell reached number 35 on the Billboard , marking Bad Religion's highest-ever chart position.
Bad Religion also joined the Warped Tour to support the album. Hetson formed a supergroup band called Black President , consisting of Charlie Paulson from Goldfinger , Jason Christopher, Wade Youman both from Unwritten Law and Christian Martucci from Dee Dee Ramone.
In early March , Bad Religion played several night residences at House of Blues venues in Southern California as well as Las Vegas.
On July 8, , Bad Religion released their first-ever deluxe edition CD, a re-issue of then-current album New Maps of Hell. Three of the acoustic songs are new, written specifically for this release; the other four tracks are new acoustic versions of BR songs.
The release also includes a DVD with an hour-long live performance, music videos, and behind-the-scenes footage.
In June , Jay Bentley said in an interview at the Pinkpop Festival in Landgraaf , Netherlands that Gurewitz had already begun writing new material for the next Bad Religion album.
Bentley stated that the band was planning to return to the studio after Graffin teaches UCLA to start work on the follow-up to New Maps of Hell planned for a June release.
In August , guitarist Brett Gurewitz sent an email to a fan site mentioning he was writing new material for the next Bad Religion album.
In December , Bentley revealed to the fan site the Bad Religion Page that the band was expected to go into the studio on April 26, , to start recording their new album.
He stated that a few songs for the album had been written and "it feels like the songwriting is picking up momentum.
Baker said he was going to drive up to Graffin's, Brooks and I are going to do some demos with Brett, so we have a pretty good jump. At the House of Blues concert in Anaheim, California on March 17, , the band debuted a new song called "Resist-Stance" from their upcoming album.
To coincide with the tour, Bad Religion announced a live album, entitled 30 Years Live , which was released as a free download for those who had signed up on the mailing list at Bad Religion's website.
It consists of songs recorded during their House of Blues tour. It also included some new songs from their 15th studio album, before the new album was released.
On May 1, , Brett posted an update on his Twitter saying, "threw me a going away [to the studio] party and all my friends hung with me tonight — thx everybody, I love you guys.
On May 12, which happened to be Brett's 48th birthday , bassist Jay Bentley posted an update on their Facebook page regarding the recording process of the album: "first week of recording at joe's house of compression and brooks gets the medal for superasskicking.
In June , the Bad Religion Page reported that the new album would be released on September 28, Jay who goes by jabberwock on the Bad Religion Page mentioned on the site's message board that Bad Religion had finished recording their new album and was mixing it.
In an interview at the Azkena Rock Festival on June 26, , the band members announced that the new album would be called The Dissent of Man. The Dissent of Man was released on September 28, The album debuted at No.
A week before the album's release, it was made available for streaming on Bad Religion's MySpace page. The band has been touring to support the album through On October 18, , Bad Religion released a vinyl box set of all their albums that is limited to copies, including their album Into the Unknown , which had been out of print for over 25 years.
In an April interview with The Washington Examiner , guitarist Brian Baker was asked if Bad Religion was going to make another album after The Dissent of Man.
His response was, "It's all very punk [attitude] just like it's always been. We will record when we have enough songs.
For us, it just kind of happens. We're going to try one more album and then all join the navy, do honest work", hinting at a possible split or hiatus.
On June 25, , Bad Religion performed a live set for " Guitar Center Sessions" on DirecTV. The episode included an interview with program host, Nic Harcourt.
According to a May interview with Pennywise guitarist Fletcher Dragge , Brett is writing a "fast" Bad Religion album. He also said that Pennywise's new album All or Nothing inspired Brett to write a sequel to the band's album No Control.
On June 4, , Jay Bentley confirmed on the Bad Religion fan site the Bad Religion page that they were expected to begin recording their new album in July and August.
He also stated that Brett and Joe Barresi are going to produce it. On July 23, the band uploaded a picture to Bad Religion's Facebook page of all the members except Greg Hetson , who was taking the picture in the studio with the caption, "here we go again", indicating that work on their sixteenth studio album had begun.
On August 22, Brett Gurewitz tweeted that they were mixing the album, and a month later, he tweeted that the band was finishing it. On November 5, Bad Religion Day , it was announced that Bad Religion's sixteenth studio album, True North , would be released on January 22, True North has received mostly positive reviews, and managed to reach number 18 on the Billboard albums chart, marking Bad Religion's first ever top album and highest ever peak on that chart in their entire 34 year career.
Bad Religion played a few shows as a four-piece without Greg Hetson and Brett Gurewitz in mid April—May , starting with their appearance at "That Damn Show" in Mesa, AZ on April 20 and including some high profile shows such as Groezrock in Belgium, leading fans to speculate over Greg Hetson's continued involvement in the band.
Mike Dimkich is indeed helping us out right now, and we are genuinely appreciative. Right now we are just looking forward and getting ready to play our shows.
On September 10, , it was announced that Bad Religion would be releasing their first Christmas album, titled Christmas Songs , on October 29, It is their first album not to feature Greg Hetson since 's Into the Unknown.
In a November interview, guitarist Brett Gurewitz stated that Bad Religion would start writing their seventeenth studio album in That's hard to do.
It normally takes Bad Religion two years to put out an album. Why has it taken us four years to release an album after True North?
Well, True North was such a great album — and we owe it to our fans to take it seriously as a great album — that to do another one is going to take a lot more work.
From July to September , Bad Religion embarked on the Summer Nationals Tour with Pennywise and their former labelmates the Offspring.
The Vandals , Stiff Little Fingers and Naked Raygun supported them on selected dates. On October 27, , drummer Brooks Wackerman officially left the band in order to pursue other projects,  and a week later, he joined Avenged Sevenfold.
And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead , Souls at Zero and Snot. On February 14, , vocalist Greg Graffin posted a picture of himself with guitarist Brett Gurewitz in the studio on Twitter, and tweeted, "New songs in the pipeline"; this post indicated that Bad Religion had been working on their seventeenth studio album.
Despite earlier reports that Bad Religion had been in the studio by mid, and the fact that they had already released a new song, Gurewitz told Los Angeles Times in July that, "We're writing for a new album, recording this fall or late summer.
No release date announced yet, but we should have an album's worth of 'Fuck Trump ' songs pretty soon. It's exactly what we need. Do What You Want: The Story of Bad Religion , an autobiography covering the band's year career, was released on August 18, by Hachette Books.
About four months after the release of Age of Unreason , guitarist Brian Baker was asked if Bad Religion was already working on a follow-up album.
His response was: "No, I'm not really thinking about a new album right now because this one is still developing and there is a lot of world yet to play.
We have a book coming out at the end of the year — it'll be our first authorized, somewhat participatory, biography of Bad Religion.
So there is a lot more to do with this record. The good thing about Bad Religion is that you don't really have to have a new product out to go work.
The catalogue we have is so extensive and we are so fortunate to have the fan base that we have. So we don't really worry about a new album cycle, those thing just sort of come when they come.
The next one might take four or five years, it might take two, I don't know. It's just about whether songs have come together in a way that is respectful of the Bad Religion standard.
But in the meantime, we have Brazil to rock. We're just these guys who don't want to stop asking why. We are what we are as Bad Religion. We're the thinking man's punk band, and that's kept us out of the mainstream.
We're writing smart songs, and that makes us dumb. I always write music acoustically. On April 29, , Bad Religion announced on their social media accounts that they had to cancel all of their tour dates for that year, including a co-headlining US tour with Alkaline Trio , due to the COVID pandemic ;  therefore, marked the first time since its inception in that the band did not perform at least one show.
In October , Bad Religion released a new song on streaming platforms, "What Are We Standing For", which was an outtake from the Age of Unreason sessions.
On January 20, , Bad Religion released a previously-unreleased song called "Emancipation of the Mind", which was recorded during the Age of Unreason sessions.
The release of the song coincided with the inauguration of Joe Biden , and it had hopeful themes relative to other songs they have made, and was also a rejection of Trumpism.
Bad Religion has been described as punk rock ,  skate punk  and melodic hardcore. Unlike many other hardcore bands of the era, they also acknowledged proto-punk bands like the New York Dolls , MC5 and The Stooges.
Even more unusual for a band of the scene that spawned them, they were also informed by such new wavers as Elvis Costello , the Jam , and Nick Lowe , as well as authors like Jack Kerouac.
The band said the Beatles were about the only band everyone in Bad Religion really liked. Reviewers have repeatedly cited an upbeat and positive tone to both the melody and lyrics, even when dealing with dark topics.
Greg Graffin called his influences "pop-sounding rock tunes that were not necessarily commercial. They took their cues from the Adolescents , in the way that they used three-part harmonies.
Bassist Jay Bentley says, "Seeing the Adolescents live, it was so brilliant. So, in a way, the Adolescents influenced us into saying we can do it, too, because look, they're doing it.
In turn, various punk bands cite Bad Religion as an influence, including AFI ,  ALL ,  Authority Zero ,  the Bouncing Souls ,  Death by Stereo ,  Kreator ,  Lagwagon ,  NOFX ,   the Offspring ,   Pennywise ,  and Rise Against.
Many of Bad Religion's songs are about different social ills, although they try not to ascribe the causes of these ills to any single person or group.
Greg Graffin believes that the current political situation in the United States can make it difficult to voice these concerns, as he doesn't want to feed the polarization of viewpoints.
The band contributed a song to the Rock Against Bush series organized by Fat Mike 's Punkvoter, a political activist group and website whose supporters are primarily left-liberal members of the punk subculture.
Brett Gurewitz attributed his anger towards former U. Bush as the major inspiration for The Empire Strikes First. I'm not a presidential scholar but I don't think you'll find a worse president in the history of the United States.
He's probably one of the worst leaders in the history of world leaders. I just hate the guy. Bad Religion performed at L7's abortion-rights benefit Rock for Choice at the Hollywood Palladium on April 30, with acts such as Stone Temple Pilots , White Zombie , Bikini Kill , King Missile , and Free Kitten with Kim Gordon.
Hetson wore a Rock for Choice t-shirt often when performing; one example was when the band performed "21st Century Digital Boy " on Late Night with Conan O'Brien in Bentley has also worn Rock for Choice t-shirts, such as when they performed the Phoenix Festival in the United Kingdom in The band's song "Operation Rescue" on Against the Grain is a pro-choice song named after anti-abortion organization Operation Rescue.
Faith in your partner, your fellow men, your friends, is very important, because without it there's no mutual component to your relationship, and relationships are important.
So, faith plays an important role, but faith in people you don't know, faith in religious or political leaders or even people on stages, people who are popular in the public eye, you shouldn't have faith in those people.
You should listen to what they have to say and use it. Despite the name of the band, or the band's logo, the members do not consider themselves antitheist.
Singer Greg Graffin states that more often than not, the band prefers to use religion as a metaphor for anything that does not allow for an individual's freedom to think or express themselves as they choose.
In this way, their songs are more about anti-conformity than anti-religion. I was interviewed for it—and yet I think I was included as a sidebar but not as a main feature and I think the main reason they did that was because they noticed that I wasn't that happy billing myself as an atheist.
To me it just doesn't say that much; it doesn't say much about you. Instead I bill myself as a naturalist, which I think says a lot more.
Because a naturalist is someone who That makes it a very dynamic and exciting place to be. And if you say "you're an atheist", it's not really saying much about how you came to that conclusion.
But if you say "you're a naturalist", I think it says something. You've reached that point because you've studied science, because you believe there's a fundamental way of looking at the world that is part of a long tradition.
And so, I prefer naturalist. Despite this, he did co-author the book Is Belief in God Good, Bad or Irrelevant? The band's bassist Jay Bentley has stated that he has spiritual beliefs.
On March 24, , Bad Religion headlined the Reason Rally in Washington, D. Bad Religion's logo has been referred to by fans as the "Crossbuster".
It features a black Latin cross with a red prohibition sign over it. It was created by guitarist Brett Gurewitz by drawing it on a piece of paper and showing it to the rest of the band.
In the live documentary Along the Way , Greg Hetson, Greg Graffin and Jay Bentley are all asked the question "What's the meaning of the Bad Religion symbol?
Hetson: "The meaning of the symbol? It's, to me it's just against any established set of rules, and the church just seemed to be the easiest target.
It has a They say 'You either believe it or not, this is the way it is' and that's not the way the world works. So, it was just an easy target to use, to be anti-establishment.
Graffin: "Yeah. When it first came out, we all liked it, you know? We were little kids and we thought 'Yeah, this is a great idea, it'll piss people off.
Then, in , Bad Religion said, 'Hey man, why don't we get the group back together? According to Gurewitz, the album took eight days for the band to record and mix.
During recording sessions, the band even demoed a revamped version of "Fuck Armageddon This Is Hell", a track previously released on How Could Hell Be Any Worse?
Whether they intended to include the song on Suffer is unknown and most unlikely. Members of L7 who released their first album on Epitaph the same year played on the record.
Donita Sparks and Suzi Gardner played guitar on "Best for You"  and Jennifer Finch sang back-up vocals on "Part II The Numbers Game ".
The album received critical acclaim. Robert Christgau gave the album a "B" saying; "This comeback is hailed as a hardcore milestone, probably because it's coherent.
Relatively sane as their bitter analysis is—and I mean relative to both hardcore despair and mainstream complacency—it sounds a little pat.
As if they're already a little slow for speedrock and don't want to upset the apple cart. In a fan poll, "Do What You Want" was cited as one of the best Bad Religion songs of all time, along with "American Jesus" and "Along The Way.
In , Suffer was ranked as the top punk album of on Sputnikmusic. It placed at 6 on LA Weekly 's "Top 20 Punk Albums in History". To celebrate its th issue, German music magazine Visions asked famous musicians across all genres of rock music to review the one album that musically influenced them the most.
Both Fat Mike of NOFX and Chuck Ragan of Hot Water Music chose Suffer. The album cover features a drawing of a teenager on fire wearing a T-shirt with Bad Religion's crossbuster logo, designed by Jerry Mahoney, on the back.
The person on the cover has been taken by the band as a mascot, "Boy on Fire" is the name and can also be seen on Bad Religion accessories, including T-shirts.
NOFX paid homage to the cover art on its Surfer EP, which depicts a surfer on fire wearing a wetsuit with NOFX's "prohibited FX" symbol on the back, at a beach.
The information regarding accolades attributed to Suffer is adapted from AcclaimedMusic. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bad Religion. Punk rock melodic hardcore hardcore punk  skate punk .
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