If there was ever one punk band to come out of the hardcore scene that epitomized everything it was, it was Bad Religion. While Bad Brains, Black Flag, Minor Threat, to name a few had released superb material in their early days they fell off quickly. Bad Religion finessed their craft after a horrible cheesey synth effort with their sophomore album Into The Unknown. They're debut was angsty, raw and full of energy and their third album brings that rage to the forefront once again. Suffer remains to be their best and one of the most praised punk works after being released decades ago.