are many problems one must anticipate when entering
the music industry. Getting listeners is the first and
most obvious problem. Do you want to write your music
based on society and your views, or personal events,
or something more humorous even? Along the road, how
do you keep hardcore fans listening while attracting
think with a ridiculous amount of albums under their
belt and something like fifteen or more years together
[used loosely], Bad Religion should be hitting the punk
rock retirement home.
you'd be wrong.
their latest album, "The Process Of Belief"
is the same Bad Religion fans have come to know and
love and still manages to stay fresh enough to attract
newer listeners. With fast-paced punk rock blended smoothly
with Greg Graffin's hard-hitting socio-political lyrics,
the album is impressive from the "Supersonic"
beginning to the "Bored And Extremely Dangerous"
end. Clocking in at roughly a half hour, it surprisingly
has a lot of meat and potatoes to it, with lyrics that
will stand out for an eternity, or something long like
that ["We were different, just like all the other
problems with the album? As most punk rock albums tend
to be, "The Process Of Belief"'s short timespan
[a mere half-hour, as noted earlier] causes a lot of
presses of the "Repeat" button, causing the
listener to become pretty tired of the album far too
soon. Nevertheless, it has a lot to offer, and you oughta
be on your way to pick it up as we speak. Quit sittin',