Bad Religion's 'True North' Q&A: 'We're Still Creating Our Legacy'

Bad Religion dutifully celebrated their 30th anniversary in 2010, then immediately continued being a pioneering punk rock fixture. Their sixteenth studioi album, "True North", drops today, Jan. 22 on Epitaph Records, the label owned by guitarist and founding member Brett Gurewitz.

The LP is a ferocious family of sixteen songs creatively juiced enough to hold its own against Bad Religion's contributions to the theoretical punk hall of fame -- staples like 1988's "Suffer" and 1994's "Stranger Than Fiction". Vocalist and songwriter Greg Graffin, who spends much of his year as a college professor and author of nonfiction books like "Anarchy Evolution: Faith, Science, and Bad Religion in a World Without God" and the forthcoming "The Population Wars," spoke with Billboard about Bad Religion's secret to longevity, finally titling a song "F--k You", and the possibility of retirement.

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