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Bad Religion
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Bad Religion have been pumping out some of punk rock’s greatest music for well over 30 years. With no signs of slowing down, the band just released ‘True North,’ adding yet another brilliant album to their almost unparalleled discography. Shortly before their recent performance on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,’ bassist Jay Bentley, drummer Brooks Wackerman and guitarist Brian Baker stopped by Loudwire’s studio for an exclusive interview.

In Part 1 of our chat with Bad Religion, we discuss ‘True North’ along with the album’s standout tracks and “moral compass” thesis. We also spoke with the band about religious institutions in general, with each member of Bad Religion offering a different take on how they view organized divinity along with views on its place in modern society … but don’t worry, there’s plenty of silliness showcased as well to balance the interview out.

Check out Part 1 of our in-depth talk with the legendary Bad Religion!

Check out Part 2 of the interview here: http://bit.ly/W7tzjl

Blink182's Travis Barker Sticks It To Soundwave Orgniser on Twitter

BLINK 182 TRAVIS BARKER VS SOUNDWAVE PROMOTER AJ

As all of you know by now, Blink 182‘s Travis Barker bailed on coming out here for Soundwave due to his fear of flying (and lets be honest – the dude has a right to be fearful of flying – but he could have figured out he couldn’t do it a lot earlier in the piece).Soundwave promoter AJ (ironically handled @iamnotshouting) took to twitter to publicise his anger at Travis’s change of heart. Read more here: http://bit.ly/W7obO0

Here are some of the tweets; some of which have since been deleted.

And Travis replies…

Watch one of Southern California’s most respected punk bands tear up the Red Bull Sound Space today at 3PM PT.

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To celebrate the release of Bad Religion’s 16th studio album, True North, the band will webcast today’s (January 22) live performance from the Red Bull Sound Space at KROQTune in at 3:00 PM PST / 6:00PM PST to hear songs from the new album as well a few punk classics.

Click here to watch Bad Religion’s webcast at 3PM PS

True North boasts 16 songs in a mere 35 minutes. Why so quick and concise? Read here and find out why http://bit.ly/10r0wob

True North, streaming below, is available in stores today.


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