Bad Religion Play 19-Song 2000s Set and Live Debut an Oldie

Bad Religion put on their third "Decades" livestream over the weekend, playing a setlist of songs from 2000-2010. The show streamed the day after Christmas from The Roxy in Hollywood, California and featured, once again, a 19-song set.
They picked songs off of four different albums: The Process of Belief, The Empire Strikes First, New Maps of Hell, and The New America. The set opened up with "Social Suicide" and not long into the set, they live debuted a song that never made it onto their setlist before - "Let It Burn" off the Todd Rundgren-produced 11th studio album The New America.
Several other songs got dusted off throughout the set including "Epiphany," played for the first time since 2015, and then toward the end of the set came "Beyond Electric Dreams," also played for the first time in five years, and then "Bored and Extremely Dangerous," played for the first time since 2008.
They ended the set on beloved track "Sorrow," which is Bad Religion's sixth most performed song to date. Check out the setlist here:
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The fourth and final decades livestream, which will feature songs from "The '10s," will premiere on January 6th. And if you missed out on the previous shows, check out the Tweet below to see how you can gain access to those streams!

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Last updated: 21 Jan 2021, 20:21 Etc/UTC