When Bad Religion released a new album, we thought it was the end of the world

What’s worse: seeing a dead animal or hearing a bad song?

Bad Religion frontman Josh Homme, a member of the British metal band, has posted a video of the band’s new album Bad Religion: It’s called Bad Religion and it’s called bad.

The video is an eight-minute long compilation of songs from the band, but they’ve also included a song called “I’m Still a Human Being” that’s been the subject of controversy.

Here’s what we know about the new Bad Religion album:This video, which Homme posted to his Instagram account in November, features the band performing tracks from the new album “Bad Religion.”

The new album was released on December 6 and has sold over 10 million copies.

Homme is seen holding a camera at the beginning of the video, during which he performs the track.

The band is also featured in a promotional video for the album.

In the video he is seen performing the track “Bad Faith” as well as a track “Rapture,” both of which are included on the album’s soundtrack.

The track is not featured on the vinyl edition of the album, however.

In addition to performing “Bad faith” and “Rapure,” Homme also plays “Might as Well.”

In the video Homme plays the song in a bar.

The new album also includes two new songs.

“Bad God” features Homme and fellow Bad Religion member and vocalist Jason Gass on drums.

He performs “I Still a God” while also singing a duet with Gass.

“Mish” is a new track on the record.

The album also features “Breathe,” a song that has been a cause for controversy.

In the song, Homme sings, “I wanna breathe, I wanna breathe in the same air that God breathed into you.”

Homme later apologized for the lyrics in a statement to The Huffington Post.

“Breathing in the air of a dead body, a dead person or a dead soul is the worst kind of evil,” Hommed wrote.

“It’s a sickeningly stupid, sickening lie, but that’s the kind of thing we’re doing to ourselves.

It’s also a deeply wrong thing to do to anyone, not just a dying person, but to anyone who’s ever breathed the air or breathed on another.”

In an interview with The Associated Press, Hommed said the new song is “more raw, it’s more honest and it makes me feel less like a bad person.”