Dishing out some stoner-punk you can really sink your teeth into, L.M.I. – a Bad Religion-inspired acronym for Lazy…
Promoting their recently-released seventeenth album Age of Unreason (Epitaph Records), Mike Bax spoke with Bad Religion bassist Jay Bentley at ’77 Montréal about punk rock, live music, and Randy Rhoads.
We came, we saw, we moshed, we noshed. ‘77 Montreal is a damn good time. Put it on your calendar for 2020. Here are eight things we learned at this year’s festival.
The 25th Anniversary version of Vans Warped Tour was something unique. Handfuls of bands took to four stages under the summer heat on one of the nastiest beaches in America known only as, Atlantic City, NJ. Check our photos and review!
There’s never been a better time to be a punk. Bad Religion return with their seventeenth studio album, Age of Unreason, a short, sharp shock of angry anti-establishment fervour, out now via Epitaph Records.
We had the pleasure of speaking with Jake Burns, lead singer and guitarist of Stiff Little Fingers, to discuss his band’s influential history, Canadian tours, and what lies ahead for them.
Slam Dunk 2019 continues with the great announcements as NOFX reveal they’re set to bring their Punk In Drublic takeover to the festival for a stage packed with the very best in punk.
Bad Religion have released another new single titled “My Sanity” and are promising more new music to come in 2019. Check out the track here.
Punk rock legends Bad Religion take a provocative look at human rights in new single “The Profane Rights Of Man”.
Day two of Download Festival saw the weather come out as thousands of metal fans soaked up the sun to a soundtrack provided by The Fever 333, Bury Tomorrow, Parkway Drive and the mighty Guns n’ Roses.r
Day one of Download Festival kicked off with a mix of old and new acts playing to thousands of fans across numerous stages at Donington Park. Check out our review and photos here…
On Sunday, May 13th, The Last Gang, Mad Caddies, The Interrupters, Bad Religion, and of course, NOFX performed at Punk In Drublic Fest in Philadelphia!
Though War on Women are hardly the only feminist punk band going these days, they are one of the most prominent and important, and Capture the Flag is a modern-day classic.