August 7, 2010

Graffin will sign pre-ordered first editions.

Greg has decided that in appreciation to all those who pre-order his book Anarchy Evolution, he has arranged it with the publisher to have autograph pages stitched into the bindings, so that the books will be delivered as signed first editions. The release date is Sept. 28th, so all pre-orders from any site before that date will be fulfilled with his autograph. Greg said recently "the fans deserve it, so they don't have to lug a hardcover book to a special event or concert to find me for an autograph.… Read More

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August 6, 2010  Via www.thebrpage.net

Bad Religion song to appear in new computer game

There's a new 'Guitar Hero'-style game coming in October called "Power Gig: Rise of the SixString". As the title already suggests, this game will feature an actual guitar with strings for a controller.

The tracks in Power Gig are led by three music superstars that are exclusive to this game: Eric Clapton, Dave Matthews Band and Kid Rock. The game will also feature a robust list of songs from music superstars and emerging indie artists, many of which are available for the first time ever in music games.

Although no official announcements have been made regarding… Read More

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August 5, 2010  Via www.thebrpage.net

Exclusive interview with Greg Graffin about Anarchy Evolution (Part 1)

Last Tuesday the website for Greg Graffin’s new book Anarchy Evolution was launched: www.anarchyevolution.com. On this website there’s a (growing) list of dates and places where Greg will be appearing to promote his book. Obviously, a lot of these dates will match with the Bad Religion tour dates. The website also contains a Q&A with Greg in which he tells about him signing all pre-ordered copies of his book. As most of you already know, you can also pre-order it in combination with Bad Religion’s new album The Dissent Of Man from Kingsroad… Read More

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