Punknews.org has this: "Until February, we are set to do a lot of interviews and other types of promotions; including a press-junket to Europe in December. We probably won't be on stage until after the release, but 2002 will be a very busy year for us, and we will likely be in your region. Stay tuned".
Also Epitaph.com has a page about The Process of Belief. A local radio from Buenos Aires (Rock and Pop) played another new song from The Process of Belief. Ignacio heard it and he says it sounded like Stranger Than Fiction: fast and catchy. This week Brett Gurewitz came into the BR chatroom again. He's been there three times in less than a week. The first one, he came under the well-known nickname of 'Starbolt', but apparently nobody believed him. Now he logs in with a coloured nickname, as Brett Gurewitz. He was surprised to hear that an Argentinian radio station was playing a new song. And not very happy, probably. However, he said they will put an MP3 up on the Epitaph website and maybe some lyricst too. Last week he said that "the new record came out great. It's got elements of STF, Against the Grain, Recipe, Gray Race, and even No Control... plus some experimental stuff" and that "I will be playing shows with the band but I haven't decided how many just yet". This time he gave a full description of his car, which he is selling. It's a 1967 Camero. "Radical custom ss camero, ford 9" rear end, chevy 502 twin port fuel injectors, 30" meats, slap shifter, steal tube subframe, full roll cage, etc.". These were his words. I don't have the foggiest idea what they mean. He also said the car will probably sell for around 30k. E-mail him if you've got the dough. More importantly, he confirmed that The Daredevils are over. Finally, he explained that he plays chess on Yahoo Chess, in the intermediate level, called Decent Digs, under the nickname "Starbolt_90069" and then he left the chatroom to play chess with a couple of fans and beat both of them in no time at all.
Jed the Fish, from KROQ, says they aren't going to play 'Sorrow' for a while, since there's still three months left until the official release date.
On The Bad Religion Day page there are several new posts with proposals for gatherings on November 5. The party in Germany (with Generator playing live) has been confirmed.
If you want to read a great book that should help you understand Graffin's ideas and more specifically the next album, read The Biology Of Belief.
(Thanks to Daniel Rubino, Ignacio, Julian Oldenburg, Trung Vu and Billy Stupendous.)