Just finished reading the biography on Bad Religion, titled "Do What You Want". Its not written directly by the band, but many current and former members contributed to it. Think the only one who didn't was Greg Hetson (actually makes sense since his departure from the band was quite contentious).
Its a fun read, including things like why they decided to make the synth-pop album Into The Unknown, which I will always argue is a really great album, but it lead to the band "breaking up" for a period.
There are some kinda funny parts, like current drummer Jamie Miller talks about how i