Bad Religion delves into The Dissent of Man this September

After 30 years and 14 albums, you’d think the guys in Bad Religion would have pretty much have said everything they’d wanted to say. As it turns out, this landmark occasion has only fueled the band’s rebellious nature, and sent them straight into the studio for album No. 15. Entitled The Dissent of Man, the September 28th release will continue the band’s battle cry and philosophical mantra: People suck.

Nothing in the way of a tracklist has been announced, but a few new tracks (including “Resist Stance” and “Won’t Somebody”) did appear on the band’s 30 Years Live release. Plus,”Devil in Stitches”, another track played live, could very well make the final list.

What we do know is that the band hit the studio in early May with producer Joe Baressi, who has previously worked with Bad Religion, as well as Kyuss and The Melvins. They wrapped up recording in the end of June.

And here’s a fun fact: this will be the first album since their formation in 1979 that the band hasn’t had a line-up change after four consecutive albums. Congrats, fellas!

As always, stay tuned for more information regarding the album. The Dissent of Man is due out September 28th via Epitaph Records.


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