Category: Rock

To Another Abyss - Bad Religion - The Empire Strikes First (CD, Album)

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  1. The Empire Strikes First, an Album by Bad Religion. Released in on Epitaph (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Punk Rock, Melodic Hardcore, Skate Punk.
  2. "The Empire Strikes First" is the 13th full-length studio album by US punk rock act Bad Religion. The album was released through Epitaph Records in June
  3. The Empire Strikes First is the thirteenth studio album by Bad Religion, released on June 8, The album is heavily influenced by the then-current Iraq War (most notably in the songs "Atheist Peace", "Let Them Eat War" and the title track) and also has some nods to George Orwell 's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four (the song title "Boot Stamping on a Human Face .
  4. Jun 08,  · The Empire Strikes First Bad Religion Hard Rock · Preview SONG TIME Overture. 1. PREVIEW Sinister Rouge. 2. PREVIEW Social Suicide. 3. PREVIEW Los Angeles Is Burning. 6. PREVIEW Let Them Eat War. 7. PREVIEW God's Love. 8. PREVIEW To Another Abyss. 9.
  5. The Empire Strikes First isn't a return to Bad Religion at its most vitriolic and unstoppable -- whether that could ever really happen is unclear, and probably unnecessary. Unnecessary, because Bad Religion is best when standing defiant in the way of whatever hate and shenanigans are currently inhabiting our collective psyche.
  6. New Bad Religion songs coming in a few weeks! The label [Epitaph] will be releasing some new Bad Religion songs in the next few weeks. 2: 02/ Age of Unreason details released Album title, artwork, release date, tracklist and a new song released. 02/ It's about time! Coming quite as a surprise, Greg and Brett got together.
  7. Artist: Bad Religion Song: To Another Abyss Album: The Empire Strikes First This an awesome song off The Empire Strikes First album that was a little to difficult for me to just tab it, so I wrote out the chords to help you guys understand the song a little bit better.
  8. The Empire Strikes First 8/10 This is another "rock" song on the album. Although the chorus sounds like some sort of football cheer the rest of the song is good and the guitar work in this song is brillant, bloody brillant!

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