January 17, 2013

“True North is music played in glorious technicolour” – Kerrang!
“Bad Religion see no reason to mess with the formula on their 16th album. Which is reassuring.” – Mojo
“Timeless Punks party like it’s 1999. And 1989. And 1979” – Q
“With its high-minded lyrical concerns, its family-sized choruses and its authors’ buoyant pursuit of what, in lesser hands, could be a restrictive musical form, True North is a superior addition to Bad Religion’s already towering body of work”. –

LA’s legendary punk heroes Bad Religion are streaming their new album ‘True North’ in its entirety starting today, in front of their January 21st album release date. In anticipation of their new release, Bad Religion have announced a European tour starting on April 27th at the Pirate Satellite Festival in Stuttgart.

To stream the new record, please go to:

 ‘True North’ celebrates the power of cogent punk in the face of personal pain and adversity. It is one of the band’s most emotionally accessible albums to date. Beneath the bristling guitars and surging drums exists one of the most cathartic works of the band’s career. With ‘True North’, Bad Religion deliberately revisits and refines the fast melodic Southern California sound they helped to define on albums such as ‘Suffer’, ‘No Control’ and ‘Recipe For Hate’.
With a new album around the corner, Bad Religion cements their place in punk rock history with 16 studio albums, worldwide critical acclaim and countless world tours and will continue the celebration of their distinguished career with extensive touring in 2013 and  their first ever appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon this January 30th.
Listen to the single ‘True North’ by going to:
Bad Religion European Tour Dates (more to be announced):
27 Apr – Stuttgart (DE) – Pirate Satellite Festival
28 Apr – Meerhout (BE) – Groezrock Festival
06 Jun – Hamburg (DE) – Docks
08 Jun – Nuremberg (DE) – Rock Im Park
09 Jun – Nurburg (DE) – Rock am Ring
11 Jun – Dortmund (DE) – FZW
12 Jun – Berlin (DE) – Huxleys Neue Welt
14 Jun – Seinajoki (FI) – Provinssirock
15 Jun – Interlaken (CH) – Greenfield Festival
18 Jun – Milan (IT) – Alcatraz
19 Jun – Bologna (IT) – Estrago
22 Jun – Clisson (FR) – Hellfest
25 Jul – Stockholm (SE) – Tivoli
26 Jul – Ostersund (SE) – Storsjoyran Festival
03 Aug – Viveiro-Galicia (ES) – Ressurection Festival
09 Aug – Eschwege (DE) – Open Flair Festival
10 Aug – Rothenburg (DE) – Taubertal Festival
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