If living in this mad world really pisses you off, there’s one thing you can do — scream, shout, throw your fist up in the air and bang your head to the punk-rockin’ riffs of Bad Religion. Yes, they’re paving the highway to a helluva great punk rock experience. They’re en route to Denver, Colorado for a one-night-only show at the Fillmore Auditorium on April 10, 2013. And don’t your dare be late for the show as you might miss the kick ass performance of Against Me. So be there at 6:30 pm, pronto!
Bad Religion’s trademark soaring 3-part vocal harmonies (which they refer as the “oozin’ aahs”) and their hard-hitting societal, political, and religious commentaries, are the epitome of a hardcore punk band that has influenced many generations of punk and rock bands today. Back in their early beginnings in 1979, Bad Religion always has gone against the grain. Their music is not just the take-it-or-leave-it kind; they’ll scream and punch you right in the face. But fans love them for their uncompromising intensity. They’re the kind of stuff you play full volume to annoy your parents, yet the spirit of punk rock gives you a real amazing high.
Bad Religion’s recording career is decorated with sixteen studio albums, two live albums, three compilation albums, two EPs, and two DVDs that cumulatively sold over 5 million copies worldwide. They gained a cult following in most of their earlier releases, then all hell broke loose when they released their 1994 groundbreaking eighth studio album Stranger Than Fiction, which gave them their biggest hits “Infected” and a re-recorded version of “21st Century (Digital Boy)”, and amassing legions of hard core fans all over the world.
Two punk greats going head to head on one stage — Bad Religion, featuring Against Me is a tight combination. Imagine getting punched in the face by two of the most influential punk bands, what a knock-out show, right?! Prep yourself up for this match by getting hold of those precious tickets. It’s a mad scramble out there, so better get ’em fast!