Bad Religion To Mix Next Album

Disc pairs group with producer Todd Rundgren and ex-guitarist Brett Gurewitz.

Political punks Bad Religion will enter a Los Angeles studio next

week to begin mixing their 14th album, with mixer Bob Clearmountain

(Counting Crows, Bruce Springsteen), singer Greg Graffin

said. Veteran singer/songwriter Todd Rundgren produced the disc.

Among the slated songs are "The New America," "A World Without Melody"

and "I Love My Computer." "As opposed to being full of warning and vitriol

about how terrible times are, it's more of an awakening to a new era,"

Graffin said. The disc also reunites the band with founding guitarist and

Epitaph Records head Brett Gurewitz, who co-wrote and plays guitar

on the track "Believe It."