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Bad Religion To Release Free Album As A "Thank you"
Written by Chris Johnson   
Thursday, 11 March 2010 05:27
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Along with their 30 year anniversary house of blues tour, Bad Religion is giving their fans something else.  The band announced that they will release a free live album to all the members of its mailing list to help celebrate.

On their website, a message says “To celebrate three decades of Bad Religion, we’ll be recording a live album during out spring 2010 tour, and offering it as a free “Thank you” to the loyal fans who’ve been with us through all the sweat and mayhem. So let us know who you are by joining our mailing list….”\

"The greatest feeling about this anniversary is that it is happening at all," Graffin told Spinner. "I'm mostly uplifted by the fact that a vibrant and evolving punk scene still inspires young people all over the world. If BAD RELIGION somehow serves as a symbol for the lasting importance of punk, then I am satisfied beyond words by reaching this milestone."

For more information you can visit their mailing list.

 

 

 

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