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Bad Religion Say Every Show Could Be The Last

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on February 9, 2013

in News

When it’s over, it’s over. Don’t expect Bad Religion to announce their retirement after a final record or tour. They have no interest in such things.

Bad Religion in the studio

Bad Religion in the studio

The group is now out promoting their new album, True North, their 16th and, at number 19, the set to make it the highest on the charts in their 34 year career.

Questions have been asked whether this could possibly be their final album and bassist Jay Bentley has tried to clear up any misconceptions about the band’s future with Spinner.

“Is it our last record, is it our last tour, I don’t know. That’s living outside of the moment, and fuck that plan. It’s like any relationship. We could wake up one morning and decide we don’t want to be part of it anymore and then it’s over. So we look at every show as potentially our last.”

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