Bad Religion hit studio and start album sixteen 

added: 27 Jul 2012 // by: Noise11 

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Californian punk legends Bad Religion take some time off from their many projects to record their new album.

There's no doubting that these LA melodic hardcore pioneers are busy men, well into their fourth decade as a band.

Frontman Greg Graffin is preparing for his second year teaching evolution Cornell University and writing another book, guitarist Brett Gurewitz continues with his hugely successful Epitaph and Anti- record labels, and drummer Brooks Wackerman has been touring with Tenacious D.

But they're taking a break from all of that to record a new, as-yet-untitled, album at Joe Barresi's JHOC studio. It'll be co-produced by Gurewitz, Graffin and Barresi, who produced their last two albums: 2010's The Dissent Of Man and 2007's New Maps Of Hell.

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