Bad Religion has posted the acoustic version of their classic hit “Sorrow” on their Myspace page. The acoustic version is featured on their acoustic EP as part of the Deluxe Edition of New Maps of Hell, in-stores July 8th.
This looks like it will be a sick CD. It includes the original 16 songs along with seven new acoustic tracks! Three of the acoustic songs are new, written specifically for this release, and the other four tracks are new acoustic versions of Bad Religion classics such as “Sorrow” and the perennial favorite “Skyscraper.”
Better yet, this deluxe edition even includes a DVD with an hour-long live performance that has never been seen before, along with music videos for “Honest Goodbye” and “New Dark Ages,” behind-the-scenes footage of Brett and Greg during the recording of the acoustic EP, and more.
Add an actual booklet with lyrics, panoramic photos, and posters, this is surely worth checking out!
P.S. Check out this interview with Brett Gurewitz at RollingStone.com too.Tags: bad religion | new maps of hell