“I’m Nicole Alvarez. Are you guys ready to welcome our family and our friends? We call them Bad Religion!”
Bad Religion, the Godfathers of Southern California hardcore punk rock and truly KROQ family, are inspired rather than impeded by their age. After more than three decades of rocking out and sixteen albums under their belts, Bad Religion tackled a plethora of artistic and business endeavors (including guitarist Brett Gurewitz’s popular Epitaph Records), but the process hasn’t quelled their rebellious humors or their rage against the man. Even, if now, the man is themselves.
“Basically the only thing that’s changed as you get older is basically everything on stage after a concert,” said frontman Greg Graffin in an interview with Alvarez before the band’s performance at the Red Bull Sound Space at KROQ. “Every part is in pain and it gives you plenty of anger for the show you…
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