Bad Religion have the distinction of being the longest lasting punk band from Los Angeles. Since self-releasing their debut, How Could Hell be Any Worse?, in 1980, they've upheld a tradition of thoughtful and intelligent lyrics (prompting some to call them "lexicon punks") and aggressive play.
Bad Religion Top Tracks
Live at the House of Blues
Runtime: 48 minRecorded using a full multi-camera crew and 24-track mobile studio, Goldfinger: Live at the House of Blues was directed by Joe Escalante and mixed by Goldfinger's John Feldmann to capture the band's red-hot sound with true accuracy. Songs include "Here In Your Bedroom," "Counting the Days," "Superman," "Wayne Gretsky," "My Girlfriend's Shower Sucks," and lots more.
Another Station: Another Mile
Runtime: 1 hr 35 min"Since we put together our last film, the snowball that is Rise Against is still gathering size and speed. What you hold in your hands is the continuing story of our band, what it means to us, and what it means to people like you. At our request, all the live footage you see in the film is completely unedited; meaning we didn't go back and fix or re-do anything. We felt it should stand or fall on its own merit, and be embraced for what is, which is live music. Who knows, maybe we'll feel differently next year. But for now, the moments are captured raw as we make our way to another station : another mile." Rise Against