Southern California punk rockers Bad Religion are charting some new maps of their own in continued support of their 2007 album “New Maps of...

Southern California punk rockers Bad Religion are charting some new maps of their own in continued support of their 2007 album “New Maps of Hell.” Their updated itinerary will take them on a 13-city jaunt through Canada, beginning September 14 in Vancouver, BC, and ending October 1 in Halifax, NS.

Bad Religion began their extensive tour schedule last year with more than 50 shows across the United States, including a string of performances at House of Blues venues in California and Nevada.

After wrapping their U.S. dates in March, the band flew overseas for 16 European dates over the summer. The upcoming leg of the New Maps of Hell Tour signals Bad Religion’s first return to the provinces since the tour supporting 2004’s “The Empire Strikes First.”

“New Maps of Hell” is the fourteenth studio album for the group, which got its start with the 1982 debut “Could Hell Be Any Worse?” After a brief hiatus at the end of the ’80s, the reformed band found mainstream success in the ’90s with the rise of grunge.

Bad Religion reissued “Maps” as a deluxe CD package on July 8, 2008, which included 10 additional songs and a DVD of previously unreleased concert and studio footage. Band members have already begun writing material for a follow-up to “Maps,” tentatively scheduled for release in June 2009.

Bad Religion itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

September 14 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom
September 16 Calgary, AB Flames Central
September 17 Edmonton, AB Edmonton Event Centre
September 19 Saskatoon, SK Odeon Event Centre
September 20 Winnipeg, MB Burton Cummings Theatre
September 22 Thunder Bay, ON Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
September 24 Toronto, ON Sound Academy
September 25 Kitchener, ON Elements
September 26 Montreal, QC Metropolis
September 28 Ottawa, ON Capital Music Hall
September 29 Quebec City, QC Imperial
September 30 Moncton, NB Exhibition Hall
October 1 Halifax, NS Halifax Arena