Vote for either The Offspring's 'Come Out and Play' or Bad Religion's 'Infected' in our latest Loudwire Classic Cage Match.
Longtime Bad Religion guitarist Greg Hetson has confirmed that he is no longer part of the legendary punk band. Fans have been speculating about Hetson's status in the band since last year, and although Bad Religion have yet to release an official statement, Hetson confirmed his departure via Twitter.
When you think of punk rock, you think rebellion and resisting authority, not traditional Christmas songs like 'White Christmas' and 'O Come All Ye Faithful.' Yet, Bad Religion tackle those classics on the upcoming disc 'Christmas Songs,' set to be released Oct. 29, and you can listen to 'O Come O Come Emmanuel' from the album above.
In its fifth year, the Epicenter festival turned its attention to old-school punk stalwarts and up-and-coming scenesters. With veterans like the Offspring, Bad Religion and Pennywise joined by A Day to Remember, Pierce the Veil, All Time Low and Falling in Reverse, the day offered good times and rapid-fire rock.
We've got news on yet another awesome 2013 festival to share with you. The fifth annual Epicenter Festival has just announced the first part of its 2013 bill. The Offspring are set to headline the event, with Bad Religion, A Day to Remember, Pennywise and many more confirmed to occupy the rest of the fest's lineup.
There are few bands with the power to elicit a reaction that Bad Religion are able to conjure up night after night. During the veteran punk act's show Tuesday night (March 26), the band tore through 30 songs, while thunderous cheers and heartfelt sing-a-longs resonated throughout New York City's Terminal 5.
Welcome to Part 2 of our intriguing interview with Jay Bentley, Brooks Wackerman and Brian Baker of Bad Religion. In this second half of our chat, the trio talk about how their outside projects help keep them together, their past histories with former bands, their greatest influences + more.
Only a few days after Against Me! revealed that they were forced to drop off Bad Religion's 2013 North American tour, a brilliant replacement has been announced. Los Angeles punk rock act the Bronx have been confirmed to open the majority of Bad Religion's tour dates, beginning March 22 in Washington D.C.