Earlier today, the newly reformed Bad Christian experience rolled out a new look, as promised earlier this year. Bad Christian is the vehicle underlying the drive of the former-still-current Emery. The media conglomerate is currently focusing on blogging, podcasts and campaigns, the therm they’re using for what they’re up to.

Earlier this week, Emery also launched their tour dates for the West Coast portion of their throwback tour, as they play The Weak’s End from top to bottom now its 10th anniversary year.

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