Bad Religion

By Amoeba Staff

 

Bad Religion originated as a group of teenagers playing thrash-punk in LA’s early hardcore scene. On the 1988 album Suffer, the band introduced the sound fanzine writers used to call “melodic hardcore” – sweet melodies and vocal harmonies over speedy punk tunes – that has come to be identified with a certain style of commercial California punk. Though Bad Religion’s name and logo (a crossed-out cross) announced the band as explicitly anti-Christian and anti-religious, singer Greg Graffin decries human folly in a verbose rhetorical... Read More

Genre:
Rock, Punk
City Of Origin:
San Fernando Valley, ,California United States
Formed Date:
1979
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