10 3 / 2014

02 2 / 2014

musicnewshq:

Bad Religion

musicnewshq:

Bad Religion

01 2 / 2014

blakeskates666:

BAD RELIGION IS THE SHIT

blakeskates666:

BAD RELIGION IS THE SHIT

01 2 / 2014

musicnewshq:

Bad Religion

musicnewshq:

Bad Religion

14 12 / 2013

nimrodradio:

Bad Religion - “Incomplete” - official video

from “Stranger Than Fiction” (1994)

style: punk

mother, father, look at your little monster,
I’m a hero, I’m a zero,
I’m the butt of the worst joke in history,
I’m a lock without a key,
a city with no door, a prayer without faith,
a show without a score,
I’m a bad word, a wink, a nod, a shiver,
an untold story, sex without fury,
a creeping gray memory,
I am incomplete….incomplete….incomplete….incomplete

doctor, cure me; what is the cause of my condition,
this madness shoots me,
like bullets smashing glass in a silent movie,
I’m a trap without a spring,
a temple with no god,
a jack without an ace,
the tip of your tongue,
I’m the promise in an unmailed letter,
an unbuilt motor, deck without a joker,
a creeping gray memory
I am incomplete….incomplete….incomplete….incomplete

tell Saint Peter not to bet on me,
I got a naked obsession,
a good intention gone bad,
I am incomplete….incomplete….incomplete….incomplete

14 12 / 2013

guldse:

Bad Religion - ‘Christmas Songs’ lp /500 metallic green vinyl with engraved b-side…

…looks like a giant Christmas ornament when light reflects on it. Some good tunes here. Wery well done, kept short and to the point. I don’t even have any particular connection to Christmas traditions, and I still like it.

13 12 / 2013

nimrodprower:

Yes, I made it, I put together my top 10 favourite albums of 2013. Wasn’t easy, lots of amazing music came out this year. But this is my final decision.

  1. Maximum the Hormone - “Yoshu Fukushu”
    This fucking band, this fucking album. Their previous album was from 2007, but this one was definitely worth the waiting. This band manages it to mix punk, metal from the darkest depth of hell, and sickly sweet j-pop together without having it sound unnatural or unfitting, and they do that on their new album better than ever.
  2. Bad Religion - “True North”
    2nd place for a over 30 year old punk band that somehow never seems to get tired or any boring. I’m really amazed how fresh they still sound. This album is fast, sounds great, and has great lyrics. Incredible album from an incredible band
  3. Bring me the Horizon - “Sempiternal”
    BMTH are probably the band with the most interesting and also most succesfull style developement. They sound a lot softer and less aggressive than in their previous albums, but still, I think they improved their style a lot. Also sounds great live
  4. A Day to Remember - “Common Courtesy”
    A Day to Remember are known for a great mixture of pop punk and post-hardcore. In their previous album “What Seperates me From You” they honestly failed a bit in creating this style in my opinion. You either had pop punk or heavy songs, but it was not that greatly mixed. They did it way better here again, and I’m really glad about it. This is at least as good as their earlier masterpieces.
  5. ZSK - “Herz für die Sache”
    Streetpunk from Berlin, Germany. Chris Dos from Anti-Flag already recommended it, and I do as well. Fast, harsh, but far from boring and still really melodious. Extremely fun live, and also great lyrics, but these are, except of a few exceptions, on German.
  6. The Bronx - “The Bronx IV”
    On this album this band continues their style. They always have sounded a bit oldschool. A raspy voice, rough instruments. I personally needed a bit to get to know into the songs, but now I love them a lot.
  7. SiM - “Pandora”
    Another pearl from Japan. This band plays a mixture of post-hardcore, punk and reggea. Might sound a bit weird, but this works absolutely perfectly.
  8. Bullet for my Valentine - “Temper Temper”
    The band developes more and more from metalcore to more classic heavy metal. But that’s not bad, they’re doing really well.
  9. Avenged Sevenfold - “Hail to the King”
    Just like BFMV, A7X have reached more classic heavy metal now. Which I must admit suits a little less my music taste, but this album is still freaking great.
  10. Biffy Clyro - “Opposites”
    Amazing alternative rock with lots of really creative ideas and a great sound. Maybe a bit soft, but still, that album got me into that band and I’m really glad about it.

13 12 / 2013

californiapunk:

Bad Religion - No Control

Culture was the seed of proliferation
But it has gotten melded
Into an inharmonic whole
Into an inharmonic whole

Consciousness has plagued us
And we can not shake it
Though we think we’re in control
Though we think we’re in control

Questions that besiege us in life
Are testament, of our helplessness
There’s no vestige of beginnin’
No prospect of an end
When we all disintegrate
It will all happen again, yeah

Time is so rock solid in the minds
Of the hoards but they can’t
Explain why it should slip away?
Explain why it should slip away?

History and future are the comforts of
Our curiosity but here we are
Rooted in the present day
Rooted in the present day

Questions that besiege us in life
Are testament of our helplessness
There’s no vestige of beginnin’
No prospect of an end
When we all disintegrate
It will all happen again

If you came to conquer
You’ll be king for a day
But you too will deteriorate
And quickly fade away
And believe these words you hear
When you think your path is clear

We have no control
We have no control
We have no control
We do not understand
You have no control
You are not in command
You have no control
We have no control
No control
No control
You have no control

13 12 / 2013

transistor-subsidal:

Bad Religion and Eddie Vedder on stage at the Spectrum in Philly, 2009 Backspacer tour

transistor-subsidal:

Bad Religion and Eddie Vedder on stage at the Spectrum in Philly, 2009 Backspacer tour

21 11 / 2013

propertyofzack:

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Bad Religion will most likely begin writing a new album in 2014, just a year after the release of True North. Check out a portion of an interview with the band below after the jump.

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