All items in English | The Bad Religion Page - Since 1995
Quote of the day: "From your cradle of destruction. With the poorest of instruction. And the merest sliver of a tune. You managed somehow to muddle through." - Dept. of False Hope
All items in English
Filter options
Interviews Reviews Articles Chats
Items (677)
Item name Category Publish date Language Format
Punk Is His Business - No image (x)
Article | Newspaper 1/30/1995 English
No synopsis available
Source: Newsweek, January 30, 1995 (United States)
Random notes insert - Cover (1050x1400)
Article | Magazine 1/26/1995 English
Quick fact about the KROQ christmas show on December 10, 1994.
Source: Rolling Stone issue 700 (United States)
Sony seems to be the hardest word - Cover (978x1400)
Interview | Magazine 1/21/1995 English PDF/JPEG
No synopsis available
Source: New Musical Express (21 January 1995) (United Kingdom)
With: Greg Graffin
Ill Literature #9 (1995) - Cover (1074x1400)
Interview | Magazine 1/1/1995 English PDF/JPEG
Brett Gurewitz talks about the BR discography, the production of Stranger Than Fiction, and the band as a family.
Source: Ill Literature #9 (1995)
With: Brett Gurewitz
Creation Science vs Bad Religion - Cover (1088x1400)
Interview | Magazine 1/1/1995 English PDF/JPEG
A debate between Greg Graffin and Bill Hoesch, a member of the Institute for Creation Research. The two talk about creation science and evolution.
Source: Hypno Volume 5, #2 (1995) (United States)
With: Greg Graffin
How Could Success Be Any Worse? - Cover (842x1000)
Article | Magazine 1/1/1995 English PDF/JPEG
An eight page article/ interview about the history of the band. Greg Graffin, Greg Hetson, Jay Bentley and Brian Baker were interviewed during the tour in Germany. Brett Gurewitz was interviewed by phone.
Source: Alternative Press, #78 (January 1995) (United States)
With: Brett Gurewitz, Brian Baker, Greg Graffin, Greg Hetson, Jay Bentley
Bad Religion
Interview | Magazine 12/29/1994 English
No synopsis available
Source: Rolling Stone, Dec. 1994 (United States)
With: Greg Graffin
Under The Volcano #23 (December 1994) - Cover (1090x1400)
Interview | Magazine 12/1/1994 English PDF/JPEG
Under The Volcano talks with Greg Hetson and Bobby Schayer about hockey, the 1980 LA punk scene, being on a major label, producers, being on the road and Wayne Kramer.
Source: Under The Volcano #23 (December 1994) (United States)
With: Bobby Schayer, Greg Hetson
Interview | Magazine 12/1/1994 English PDF/JPEG
Interview with Brett Gurewitz, Jay Bentley and Greg Graffin. Brett and Jay talk about their first exposure to punk, the early days of the punk scene and organized religion. Greg was interviewed separately and talks about his PhD, organized religion and the meaning behind 'Slumber.'
Source: Hypno Vol.3 #11 (December 1994) (United States)
With: Brett Gurewitz, Greg Graffin, Jay Bentley
Against the grain - No image (1000x1199)
Interview | Internet 11/28/1994 English
No synopsis available
Source: (United States)
With: Greg Graffin
Bad Religion: faith in the future - Cover (1059x1400)
Interview | Magazine 11/23/1994 English PDF/JPEG
Scene, a weekly magazine from Northeast Ohio, interviews Greg Hetson about the new record Stranger Than Fiction and signing to a major label.
Source: Scene #46, Vol. 25 (November 23-30,1994) (United States)
With: Greg Hetson
Bad Religion: Priests Of Punk - Cover (602x800)
Article | Magazine 11/1/1994 English
No synopsis available
Source: Guitar World, November 1994 (United States)
With: Greg Hetson
FOE (Freedom of Expression) #28 (Fall 1994) - Cover (773x1000)
Interview | Magazine 10/1/1994 English PDF/JPEG
Bobby Schayer talks about the band, signing to a major label, punk rock music in general and his first band.
Source: FOE (Freedom of Expression) #28 (Fall 1994) (United States)
With: Bobby Schayer
Bad Times issue #2 - No image (773x1000)
Article | Newspaper 10/1/1994 English
Bad Times was an occasional newsletter that was sent to those fans who have written to BR. They've been keeping track of all mail addresses since 1986. This newsletter was their way of communicating with fans. Bad Times was published on and for the most part was written by the band itself, especially by Greg Graffin
Bad Times is also called "The official occasional newsletter of Bad Religion".
Source: Bad Religion
Stranger Than Fiction - Cover (1058x1400)
Review | Magazine 10/1/1994 English PDF/JPEG
No synopsis available
Source: SLUG Magazine, no. 70, October 1994, p. 32 (United States)
Search Media
Search exclusively on:
With / about: