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Legendary Punk band Bad Religion to perform at the State Theatre
Legendary Punk band Bad Religion to perform at the State Theatre





609 Congress St.

Portland, ME


Friday, March 29 at 8pm

Tickets go on sale FRIDAY, January 18 at 10am.  BUY TICKETS in person at the Cumberland County Civic Center Box Office, charge by phone at 800-745-3000 and online at www.statetheatreportland.com

$27.50 Advance / $30 Day of Show, all ages. 

LA's legendary punk heroes Bad Religion are streaming their new album True North in its entirety starting today, in front of their January 22nd album release date. In anticipation of their new release, the band has announced a North American tour starting in March of 2013 with support from Against Me! and Polar Bear Club, including a stop at the historic State Theatre on March 29. 

True North celebrates the power of cogent punk in the face of personal pain and adversity. It is one of the band’s most emotionally accessible albums to date. Beneath the bristling guitars and surging drums exists one of the most cathartic works of the band’s career. With True North, Bad Religion deliberately revisits and refines the fast melodic Southern California sound they helped to define on albums such as Suffer, No Control and Recipe For Hate.

With a new album around the corner, Bad Religion cements their place in punk rock history with 16 studio albums, worldwide critical acclaim and countless world tours  and will continue the celebration of their distinguished career with extensive touring  in 2013, a rare intimate show in Los Angeles on January 23rd at The Echo in Los Angeles and  their  first ever appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon this January 30th.






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