It's good to know that Bad Religion are still out there standing up for science and rationality, especially at a time when those qualities feel like they're actually under attack. It's been awhile since we've heard from Bad Religion , the legendary punk band from southern California. The six-year gap between 's True North and the holiday album Christmas Songs from the same year and their new album, Age of Unreason , is the longest break the band has taken in their four-decade career. But part of the reason the band is legendary is their socially and politically conscious songwriting, courtesy of singer Greg Graffin and founding guitarist Brett Gurewitz. With the Trump Administration in full swing, it's no surprise to find that Bad Religion has an album's worth of thoughts to share.
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Age of Unreason (2019)
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Age of Unreason delivers a powerful and inspired response - a political and deeply personal treatise on all they believe in. This record is our response. The songs on Age of Unreason are both furious and meticulously crafted. It is a timely work of immense power and one of their very best.
A lot can change in six years. Cast your minds back to and you may remember the world as a very different place. It was also in that US punk rock icons Bad Religion recorded their last album. Having taken the years that followed to concentrate on touring, and with each member busy with their own projects guitarist Brett Gurewitz is head honcho of Epitaph Records ; founder Greg Graffin exploring a career in academia and guitarist Brian Baker busy touring with Dag Nasty and others it was when the chaos unfolding around them reached boiling point that they knew the time had come to fight back. The result is their 17th album, Age Of Unreason. So here we are. While each and every Bad Religion album has been an unflinching political statement in its own right, Age Of Unreason feels a little more urgent, that bit more direct than its predecessors. And so, we're dealing with that accordingly within the framework of a punk rock band with a good vocabulary.