Bad Religion: New Interview “Legends Don’t Fade”

Bad Religion, one of the most important band to me, is currently working on the follow up to 2007 “New Maps Of Hell” somewhere in Los Angeles.

New interview titled “Legends Don’t Fade” is available for viewing at Youtube courtesy of Erik Espinoza.

More on Bad Religion later.

UPDATE: I’m trying to get Greg Hetson to do a little video interview really soon. It all depends on his schedule.

Bad Religion: New Maps Of Hell (Deluxe Edition)

In the latest money grabbing attempt Bad Religion’s “New Map Of Hell (Deluxe Edition)” is out now. The newly expanded edition of Bad Religion latest album includes seven acoustic tracks. The newly recorded acoustic tracks include three brand new songs and the crowd’s favorite “Sorrow”.

The Deluxe Edition also includes a DVD with a complete live show, the making of, and music videos.

Contents:

CD

  1. 52 Seconds
  2. Heroes & Martyrs
  3. Germs of Perfection
  4. New Dark Ages
  5. Requiem for Dissent
  6. Before You Die
  7. Honest Goodbye
  8. Dearly Beloved
  9. Grains of Wrath
  10. Murder
  11. Scrutiny
  12. Prodigal Son
  13. The Grand Delusion
  14. Lost Pilgrim
  15. Submission Complete
  16. Fields of Mars
  17. Won’t Somebody
  18. Adam’s Atoms
  19. Sorrow
  20. God Song
  21. Dearly Beloved
  22. Chronophobia
  23. Skyscraper

DVD

  1. Complete Concert Performance from The House of Blues Las Vegas (Courtesy of The List/MySpace).
  2. Documentary Footage of Brett Gurewitz and Greg Graffin recording 7 acoustic tracks.
  3. Music Video for “Honest Goodbye” and “New Dark Ages”.
  4. Footage from the making of the “New Maps Of Hell” album.

Two double-sided Bad Religion posters.

A booklet by Dave Bullock entitled “New Maps of Hell – City of Angels”

More informations from Epitaph Records.

Bad Religion Tonight

I’m heading off to see Bad Religion again tonight, last night show was great. Tonight show is the last show of their Spring 2008 US tour.

After the show, lots of people walking backstage and it turned out to be some kind of mini High School reunion for Greg Hetson. Meanwhile, Bret Gurewitz quickly disappeared from the venue, taking out his gear and never came back. I didn’t see him for the rest of the night. Greg Graffin spent considerable amount of time with  fans, posing for pictures, etcetera, etcetera. Brooks Wackerman was talking to fans and somewhat packing his stuff. Jay Bentley was seen hanging out with the crews during the stage break-down. Brian Baker was “caught” using his iPhone while talking to some fans. One funny moment when one of the band’s acquaintances was caught taking the pizza that was supposed to be for the crew only.

That was the quick summary of what’s going on backstage with Bad Religion.