Bad Religion Unveil Release Date, Title for New Studio Album

Bad Religion Unveil Release Date, Title for New Studio Album
Bad Religion recently celebrated their 30th anniversary, heading out on a tour this spring that was documented on the collection 30 Years Live. Still, the punk legends show no sign of slowing down, and on September 28 will release their 15th studio album, which they've given the title The Dissent of Man.

There's currently no tracklist available, but Consequence of Sound notes that the album was recorded with producer Joe Baressi and will feature the songs "Resist Stance" and "Won't Somebody" from 30 Years Live. In a tweet posted in May [via The Bad Religion Page], guitarist Brett Gurewitz revealed another song title, "The Devil in Stitches."

The album could have as many as 16 songs, since a message posted on the band's Facebook page in May revealed, "[bassist Brain Baker] has finished 14 basics... a couple more to go." Recording reportedly wrapped in June.

The Dissent of Man will be the band's fourth consecutive studio LP for Epitaph. Look for the tracklist, album cover and all of that good stuff to be revealed soon.