Bad Religion Announce Autobiography 'Do What You Want'

The career-spanning book arrives this summer

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Jan 8, 2020

Four decades on from their formation, Bad Religion are set to reflect on 40 years of music-making in a new autobiography. 

Titled Do What You Want: The Story of Bad Religion, the book is set to arrive August 18 through Hachette Books.

Co-authored with music writer Jim Ruland, Do What You Want is said to chronicle "the ups and downs of the band's 40-year career, from their beginnings as teenagers experimenting in a San Fernando Valley garage dubbed 'The Hell Hole' to headlining major music festivals around the world."

Do What You Want features bandmates Greg Graffin, Brett Gurewitz, Jay Bentley and Brian Baker recounting their band history in a "hybrid oral history/narrative format," and also includes rare photos, archival material and all-new interviews with former members and famous friends.

You can pre-order Do What You Want through the band's official website.

Bad Religion will play Toronto with Alkaline Trio on a North American tour this April. The band released their Age of Unreason album last year.

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