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Bad Religion

New Maps of Hell

Epitaph 86863

Released on July 24, 2007


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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), with a headlining spot on this summer’s Warped Tour, the band are set to inspire a new generation of fans.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 52 Seconds  0%
2 Heroes & Martyrs Voted #3  17%
3 Germs Of Perfection  0%
4 New Dark Ages  8%
5 Requiem For Dissent Voted #1  25%
6 Before You Die  0%
7 Honest Goodbye  0%
8 Dearly Beloved  0%
9 Grains Of Wrath  8%
10 Murder  0%
11 Scrutiny Voted #2  25%
12 Prodigal Son  0%
13 The Grand Delusion  17%
14 Lost Pilgrim  0%
15 Submission Complete  0%
16 Fields Of Mars  0%
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Jerry from Palatine, IL 
Mar 31 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow, Bad Religion really stepped it up on this release. I thought The Empire Strikes First was a pretty good album but it did have some noticeable flaws and bad points here and there. As a result I really wasn't sure what direction Bad Religion was going go in with their next album. I was a little worried at first when they released "Honest Goodbye" as a single but my worries were squashed the day I got to hear the entire album. To me New Maps of Hell sounds like the perfect blend of old Bad Religion along with the band still trying out new ideas and new sounds. It doesn't stray too far away from the sound you expect from Bad Religion but it also doesn't stick so hard to the formula that you grow bored of it. The lyrics are just fantastic on this album and the melodies will all get stuck in your head for days, weeks, months, and years to come. There are so many standout tracks on this album; Heroes & Martyrs, Germs Of Perfection, New Dark Ages, Before You Die, Dearly Beloved, Murder, The Grand Delusion, Lost Pilgrim, and Fields Of Mars. I honestly still listen to New Maps Of Hell on a daily basis and I've had it since it came out. Bad Religion was the band that got me into punk rock and they did not disappoint me one bit with this. What other punk band can put out 14 studio albums and have it be just as good and meaningful as their early classic albums? Not many can but Bad Religion found a way.





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