Godfathers of the SoCal punk rock scene, Bad Religion have said that the next album they release could be their last.
Front man Greg Graffin revealed a few weeks ago at a show in Boston that “After this year you probably won’t be seeing much more of us. We’re going to try one more album and then all join the navy, do honest work.” . The band have been around since 1979, and with most of the current members pushing in to their 40’s, touring could understandably be a little more tiring for them.
Most of the current band members have their own musical and non-musical side projects…
Graffin, who has a Pd.D from Cornell University, would likely take on more teaching and lecturing, and we possibly could see more solo acoustic albums from him.
Brett Gurewitz (guitarist), who rarely tours with the band anyway, is likely to keep up his involvement with label Epitaph.
Bad Religion will be out here on tour for the Soundwave Revolution Festival line up in September. Hopefully it won’t be their last!