Inspired by the punk of Ramones, the American hardcore of Black Flag and the new wave of Elvis Costello, Bad Religion are one of the most influential, uncompromising and enduring bands to have emerged from the early 80s SoCal scene. The original line-up of lead vocalist Greg Graffin, guitarist Brett Gurewitz, bassist Jay Bentley and drummer Jay Ziskrout first came together in Los Angeles in 1979, and made their debut live performance opening for Social Distortion before releasing their first album, How Could Hell Be Any Worse?, through Gurewitz’s own label, Epitaph, in 1982. The band continued to develop a cult following with 1983’s Into The Unknown, but due to various behind-the-scenes troubles, follow-up Suffer took five years to arrive. 1990’s Against The Grain became their first LP to pass the 100,000 sales mark, and hoping to capitalise on the emergence of the grunge movement, the band signed a major label deal with Atlantic in 1993. The move paid off when 1994’s Stranger Than Fiction saw them reach the Billboard 200 for the first time, but it also resulted in the departure of Gurewitz, who had grown increasingly frustrated with the band’s new-found commercial approach. Undeterred, Bad Religion continued to tour and record, adding a further three LPs to their 90s output including the Ric Ocasek-produced The Gray Race. After teaming up with Todd Rundgren on 2000’s The New America and embarking on a three-month tour with Blink 182, the group invited Gurewitz back into the fold, returned to his Epitaph label, and revisited their roots on 2002’s The Process of Belief and 2004’s The Empire Strikes First. Promoted via a slot on the Warped Tour and residencies at various House of Blues venues, 2007’s New Maps of Hell was followed by a 30th anniversary trek and 2010’s The Dissent of Man. Despite hinting at a split, the group returned in 2013 with the double whammy of 16th studio effort, True North, and an unexpected seasonal collection, Christmas Songs, with the former giving the band their highest ever chart peak of No.19. In 2014, the group embarked on the Summer Nationals Tour with Pennywise and The Offspring, and a year later hit the road with supergroup Off!
The Dissent Of Man (2010)
New Maps Of Hell (2007)
The Empire Strikes First (2004)
Process Of Belief (2002)
The New America (2000)
No Substance (1998)
The Gray Race (1996)
Stranger Than Fiction (1994)
Recipe For Hate (1993)
Against The Grain (1990)
No Control (1989)
Back To The Known (1984)
Into The Unknown (1983)
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (1982)
Bad Religion (1981)
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7-11-16: Bad Religion will return to the road this fall with fellow punk rockers Against Me! and Dave Hause. The trio will make 22 stops across the U.S. between September and November. View the complete list of tour dates in the "Schedule" tab above.
5-7-15: Iconic punk rock outfit Bad Religion will begin its second leg of tour next month, playing 16 dates through the end of June. Over the month-long stretch, the average secondary price for Bad Religion tickets is $124.78. The band’s most expensive gig will be held on June 16 at Paradise Rock Club, where tickets average at $116.79 and get-in price is $42.
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Bad Religion Tour Dates
Bad Religion 2016 Tour Dates w/ Against Me! & Dave Hause
FRI Sept 30th Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ
SAT Oct 1st The Paramount – Huntington, NY
MON Oct 3rd Irving Plaza – New York, NY
WED Oct 5th The Fillmore – Philadelphia, PA
THURS Oct 6th The Fillmore Silver Spring – Silver Spring, MD
SAT Oct 8th The Fillmore Charlotte – Charlotte, NC
SUN Oct 9th The Buckhead Theatre – Atlanta, GA
TUES Oct 11th House of Blues-Orlando – Lake Buena Vista, FL
WED Oct 12th Jannus Landing – St. Petersburg, FL
FRI Oct 14th Warehouse Live – Houston, TX
SAT Oct 15th The Aztec Theater – San Antonio, TX
SUN Oct 16th House of Blues-Dallas – Dallas, TX
TUES Oct 18th Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland – Kansas City, MO
THURS Oct 20th In The Venue– Salt Lake City, UT
FRI Oct 21st The Foundry Hall @ SLS – Las Vegas, NV
MON Oct 24th McDonald Theater – Eugene, OR
WED Oct 26th Shobox SoDo – Seattle, WA
THURS Oct 27th Roseland Theatre – Portland, OR
SAT Oct 29th Ace of Spades – Sacramento, CA
SUN Oct 30th Warfield Theatre – San Francisco, CA
THURS Nov 3rd Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ
FRI Nov 4th Hollywood Palladium – Hollywood, CA