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Bad Religion : Broken

Further evidence of Bad Religion[/url]’s chronic aversion to anything resembling progress...

Could Bad Religion’s unexpectedly healthy return to the fertile metal scene of 2002 be, as some informed people are speculating, the comeback of the year? We’re hedging our bets until December, especially since Iron Maiden's bobbed to the surface, though the godfathers of the Californian punk scene’s odds are looking good, which is something you can’t say about the band themselves.



Coming across like a thrilling fusion of early Green Day, mid-career Green Day and contemporary Green Day, ‘Broken’ is further evidence of Bad Religion’s chronic aversion to anything resembling progress. Those crazy punks – always up to no good.



Piers Martin

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