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Bad Religion

New Maps Of Hell

Epitaph 86863

Released on July 10, 2007


$15.50

$23.25

Bad Religion’s anthems of bittersweet idealism and guarded hope seem more relevant now than ever before, their rousing wall-of-sound punk a soundtrack to troubled times. Their fourteenth album, entitled New Maps of Hell, is both a nod to the band’s defiant past and an undeniable step forward in the evolution of a genre they helped to define. While many of the new songs are as brutally fast and unflinchingly heartfelt as anything the band has done before, the record is also filled with unexpected sounds, inventive rhythms and lush pop choruses. And while the band might now look less like brash young upstarts and more like hip college professors (singer Graffin teaches at UCLA), the band are set to inspire a new generation of fans.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 17 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 52 Seconds  3%
2 Heroes & Martyrs Voted #2  13%
3 Germs Of Perfection  2%
4 New Dark Ages Voted #1  21%
5 Requiem For Dissent  10%
6 Before You Die  5%
7 Honest Goodbye  5%
8 Dearly Beloved  10%
9 Grains Of Wrath Voted #3  11%
10 Murder  2%
11 Scrutiny  3%
12 Prodigal Son  2%
13 The Grand Delusion  1%
14 Lost Pilgrim  5%
15 Submission Complete  1%
16 Fields Of Mars  6%
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Ben from St. Anthony, MN 
May 19 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Bad Religion has been one of my favorite bands for over ten years now. I'd put this one in the No Substance/New America category as one of their worst. Still, it's worth having because it does have its moments. Hardcore fans will appreciate new BR for what it's worth and hope for an "Empire" here and there.

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Tammy from Hornell, NY 
May 10 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This was ok. not the strongest BR release, but still good. Id recommend No Control, or even The Empire Strikes First but thats just me. -Jared

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Matthew from Toronto, ON Canada 
Apr 6 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

so many great trakcs on this album. some songs are a bit sketchy at first, but they all grow on you and by the 2nd-3rd listen, you will love this album as much as your well-worn and well-loved 'against the grain' or 'no control' albums. standout tracks are 2-6,8,9,11,12,15...but don't listen to me. buy it and see for yourself.

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Arryn from Tallahassee, FL 
Mar 30 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Sometimes it takes me a little while to really get into a new album, and for me, this is one of them. Some songs on here sound like classic Bad Religion, and some sound different. My only complaint with this one, is that vocals and the music were recorded on the same volume level; makes the words very hard to hear. But if you're a big fan of BR, then you need to have it.

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Marilyn from Portland, OR 
Mar 12 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I like "The Empire Strikes First" better than this album, however, this album is still another solid release from Bad Religion.

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Matt from Omaha, NE 
Oct 28 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

With this album, Bad Religion brings back some of their original style and mixes it with their musically evolved "easy on the ears" punk music. Most of their latest releases(i.e. The Empire Strikes Back, The New America, The Process Of Belief) have been noticeably softer and catchier than albums like "Suffer" "Recipe For Hate" or "Against The Grain." However, "New Maps Of Hell" refreshes their punk roots while allowing them to progress with catchy harmonized choruses and extremely intelligent lyrics. This album is a must have for your collection, and I hope they put out a few more like this one to cap off their extraordinary run as one of the greatest punk bands in history.

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Robert from Brunswick, OH 
Oct 13 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

At first I didn't know what to think about this album after listening to The Empire Strikes First somuch. But it has grown on me, and especially after the show in Cleveland last night. It is a great album, and hopefully Bad Religion will not lose there edge as their last 3 albums have been getting better and better.

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James from Poole, United Kingdom 
Sep 22 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Hmmmmmm..after a couple of releases that I felt put them back on track I have ot say that I was somewhat disapointed with this album. A series of tracks that are pretty much interchangeable and blend into one another. Not terrible, but hardly essential either.

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Kent from Alma, MI 
Sep 9 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Bad religion has been one of my favorite bands for a good while now and they have not dissapointed me yet. I really like this cd. Some of the tracks I really enjoy are "Dearly Beloved", "Grains of Wrath", "Murder" and "Fields of Mars".

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Fat from Douglas, AZ 
Aug 22 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Awesome...the thunder from early days...and the ongoing lyrical improvement....I guess that when they leaked Honest Goodbye was to make people think the album would suck just like that song...oh boy that song sucked....

 
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