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Bad Religion Live in France, Hellfest Festival (2013) FULL CONCERT

Creator: Greg Graffin    Category: Music    Added: 27 Sep 2020

01 True North 0:35
02 Anesthesia 2:21
03 Generator 4:56
04 I Want To Conquer The World 8:56
05 21st Century (Digital Boy) 10:09
06 Overture 13:53
07 Sinister Rouge 15:07
08 Fuck You 18:03
09 Dharma and the Bomb 20:09
10 You 22:02
11 Punk Rock Song 25:30
12 Beyond Electric Dreams 27:49
13 Submission Complete 30:49
14 American Jesus 34:33
15 Sorrow 37:42
16 Fuck Armageddon... This Is Hell 41:08
17 Vanity 44:23
18 Infected 45:37
19 Dept. of False Hope 49:42
20 Instrumental 52:20

Bad Religion has been around officially since 1979, making them one of the oldest American (and even international) punk rock bands in business. This year he released "True North", his 13th album. A melodic and fast punk rock, where the hoarse voice of Greg Graffin is carried by the serious and cheerful choirs of the whole group.

Bad Religion released True North, their 13th album this year. A record that does not differ from the entire production of the group (with the notable exception of the accursed, and now untraceable Into The Unknown): a melodic and fast punk rock, where the hoarse voice of Greg Graffin is carried by the serious and cheerful choirs of the whole group. After a difficult period in the second half of the 1990s, Bad Religion has been since its reunion in 2001 a solid and essential machine.If NOFX has given a sound and a genre to Californian punk rock, it is above all because Bad Religion gave it an identity. By distinguishing itself from all the strict and very ideologized hardcore scenes, and by developing a punk at the crossroads of what it might have been in England and typically West Coast music (surf, fuzz, garage ...), Bad Religion has defined a sound aesthetic.Beyond that, its guitarist Brett Gurewitz is also at the origin of the Epitaph label which, even today, remains the most trustworthy house in the United States, and made the emergence (excuse the little ) NOFX, Rancid, Pennywise, Offspring, Social Distorsion… and through its Scandinavian correspondent Burning Heart: Millencolin, Randy, Refused, Satanic Surfers… and through its Hellcat subdivision (directed by Tim Armstrong, of Rancid): Choking Victim, Leftöver Crack, Dropkick Murphys, Nekromantix, The Distillers… shall we continue?

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