Darüber hinaus produzierte Brett Gurewitz das zweite Soloalbum Greg Graffins.[4]. [6] Sein Nachfolger wurde im Februar 2016 Jamie Miller. And so, I prefer naturalist. We're writing smart songs, and that makes us dumb.

It was just, it was something that we liked and we thought that it would piss our parents off or something, you know? [17], In 1981, 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. 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. We're the thinking man's punk band, and that's kept us out of the mainstream. [63] On January 11, 2014, Bentley confirmed on thebrpage.net that Dimkich is a permanent member of the band. [34], In early March 2008, Bad Religion played several night residences at House of Blues venues in Southern California as well as Las Vegas. Allerdings geht es ihnen in der Metapher "Religion" um "ein verordnetes und verschlüsseltes System, das die Freiheit und das Benehmen eines Einzelnen einschränkt" (Graffin). The band's lyrics cover topics related to religion, politics, society, the media and science. 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. During the recording of this album, drummer Jay Ziskrout quit the band, and was replaced by Peter Finestone. In the summer of 2000, they set out on a successful 3-month U.S. arena tour opening for Blink-182. Mit dem tollen Album im Gepäck machen sie sich auf zur erfolgreichen Jubiläumstour. 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.

was also distributed by the band under the Epitaph label, and sold roughly 12,000 copies. 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. The logo was also used on many album covers. Soon after, Graffin reassembled Bad Religion with Circle Jerks guitarist Greg Hetson replacing Gurewitz, who had gone into rehab for his drug problem. Their first official show was on November 11, 1980, at Joey Kills Bar in Burbank, California. On May 1, 2010, 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. Studioalbum True North.

Diese Platte, Suffer (Epitaph Records, 1988), bot etwas Neues im Punkrock-Bereich: schnelle, aber sehr melodische Songs mit den fortan für die Band typischen mehrstimmigen Gesängen und Hintergrundchören sowie vereinzelten abrupten Rhythmuswechseln. Dafür lehnte er sogar ein Angebot von R.E.M. 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. "[40] According to Brett's Twitter, Bad Religion is aiming for a fall release of the new album. 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?".

They returned to Epitaph and Brett Gurewitz rejoined the band.

While the album still did not break the band into mainstream audiences, it was the first 100,000 seller, and showed how quickly they were growing. ", "Bad Religion: 30 Questions for 30 Years", "Suffer (album) | The Answer | The Bad Religion Page - Since 1995", "No Control (album) | The Answer | The Bad Religion Page - Since 1995", "Against The Grain (album) | The Answer | The Bad Religion Page - Since 1995", "RIAA Certification (type in "Bad Religion" in the artist box)", "Stranger Than Fiction (song) | The Answer | The Bad Religion Page - Since 1995", "2000 - The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show Tour (supporting Blink 182) | Tours & shows | The Bad Religion Page - Since 1995", "Greg Hetson, Charlie Paulson form Black President", "Tours: Bad Religion (California / Nevada)", "Bad Religion announce European festival appearances", "Bad Religion to release next album in 2010? We're going to try one more album and then all join the navy, do honest work", hinting at a possible split or hiatus. The catalogue we have is so extensive and we are so fortunate to have the fan base that we have.

[80][81] On June 20, 2018, the band released their first single in five years "The Kids Are Alt-Right".

[113], 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.

[37] However, according to a December 2008 report on the fan site the Bad Religion Page, Bentley revealed that due to Bad Religion's upcoming touring commitments for 2009, the band would not have a chance to record their new album until around the end of the year, for an expected 2010 release date. 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. They say 'You either believe it or not, this is the way it is' and that's not the way the world works. [93][94] The band's major influences stemmed from late 1970s punk acts like the Ramones, the Germs, the Sex Pistols and the Clash, along with such early 1980s American hardcore bands as Black Flag, Minor Threat, and the Circle Jerks. It was created by guitarist Brett Gurewitz by drawing it on a piece of paper and showing it to the rest of the band.

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. He also said that Pennywise's new album All or Nothing inspired Brett to write a sequel to the band's 1989 album No Control. It's exactly what we need. Auf Grund einer Schulterverletzung kann er nie wieder professionell drummen, und wird von Brooks Wackerman ersetzt, der vorher schon bei den Vandals und den Suicidal Tendencies spielte. 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.

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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.

We're just these guys who don't want to stop asking why. [90], In October 2020, Bad Religion released a new song on streaming platforms, "What Are We Standing For", which was an outtake from the Age of Unreason sessions.[91].

brett is playing late night tracks on his birthday, some way to celebrate! The band has been touring to support the album through 2011.[47]. "[61][62] The reason Hetson had not been touring with Bad Religion was likely due to the divorce of his second wife Alia. [60] On May 7, 2013, Jay Bentley issued a statement to the Bad Religion Page, which read, "Greg Hetson is dealing with some personal issues, if he wishes to make a statement we will support that, if he chooses not to we will support that. [50] In February 2012, it was reported that Brett had written two songs for the album. On August 22, Brett Gurewitz tweeted that they were mixing the album, and a month later, he tweeted that the band was finishing it. No release date announced yet, but we should have an album's worth of 'Fuck Trump' songs pretty soon. So, in a way, the Adolescents influenced us into saying we can do it, too, because look, they're doing it. 2020 is going to be a busy year for us, it's our 40th Anniversary year. For us, it just kind of happens. Unter der Hand kursieren aber die Gerüchte von einem dicken Zwist mit Bassist Bentley. In an interview at the Azkena Rock Festival on June 26, 2010, the band members announced that the new album would be called The Dissent of Man. The release also includes a DVD with an hour-long live performance, music videos, and behind-the-scenes footage. Despite receiving mixed reviews from music critics, the album finally broke Bad Religion into mainstream audiences and got their highest U.S. chart position to date, debuting at No. Die Tour zum Suffer-Album führte die Gruppe im Jahre 1989 erstmals nach Deutschland.

versetzt, bei denen er eigentlich schon fest als Tourgitarrist eingeplant ist. On March 7, 2006, a live DVD, Live at the Palladium was released.

True North has received mostly positive reviews, and managed to reach number 18 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, marking Bad Religion's first ever top-20 album and highest ever peak on that chart in their entire 34 year career.

Das begeistert sowohl die alten als auch neue Fans, wie die Live-DVD "Live At The Palladium" (2006) eindrucksvoll beweist.

Mit Greg Hetson, Brian Baker und Brett Gurewitz konnte Bad Religion nun auf drei Gitarristen zurückgreifen, wobei Gurewitz aufgrund der Arbeit mit seinem Label auf den meisten Tourneen nicht dabei ist.

Hetson wurde mittlerweile durch Mike Dimkich (u. a. bei The Cult aktiv) als neuen Gitarristen ersetzt. 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 1994.

", On March 24, 2012, Bad Religion headlined the Reason Rally in Washington, D.C., sharing the stage with Eddie Izzard, Richard Dawkins, Tim Minchin and James Randi.[122]. So that was, at the time, that was very popular, when we were starting, so that was one of the, one of the things that we still hate the most, is having to pay to be saved in some, like, ridiculous ... you don't need that. The album debuted at No. [56] "Fuck You" was the album's lead single and released on iTunes on November 6, which happened to be Greg Graffin's 48th birthday. Drummer Pete Finestone left Bad Religion again in April 1991 to focus on his other band, the Fishermen, which had signed with a major label, and Bobby Schayer joined the band as his replacement.

with the same track listings. Like The Process of Belief, it is widely regarded by fans[who?] joe says the corn flavored kit kats are gross, but the wasabi ones are quite delicious ... get back to work. Greg Graffin über Religion, die Hölle L.A., Klimawandel und G8-Demonstranten. Todd didn't like Greg and that made Greg so mad!

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