Rise Against have released a new photo book called Whereabouts Unknown. You can pick up a copy here, and the press release can be found below.
Rise Against have shared a video for the Ghost Note Symphonies version of “Like an Angel.”
Rise Against have shared a video of the Ghost Note Symphonies’ version of “House on Fire.”
AFI have announced a summer tour with Rise Against. Tickets go on sale on March 30th.
Fall Out Boy have announced they’ll be playing a show at Wrigley Field in Chicago with Rise Against and Machine Gun Kelley.
Rise Against have shared a video for “House on Fire.”
Rise Against have officially released their new song “House on Fire.”
Rise Against’s new song “House of Fire” is streaming on SkatePunkers.
Rise Against have announced some new tour dates with Pierce the Veil.
Rise Against’s video shoot for “The Violence” was shut down for apparently being “anti-government.” The full message from the band can be found below.
Rise Against will release their new album, Wolves, on June 9th. They’ve released the first single “The Violence” today. Tim McIlrath describes the album as such:
In many ways, a Rise Against show is a safe space for our fans, but I realised that I don’t only want to create safe spaces, I want to create dangerous spaces where misogyny can’t exist, where xenophobia can’t exist.
I want to create spaces where those sentiments don’t have any air, and they suffocate: where those ideas die. ‘Wolves’ isn’t about creating a safe space, it’s about creating a space that’s dangerous for injustice.
Pre-orders are now up.
Rise Against sent out a cryptic link via their mailing list. Entering the password “wolves” reveals a date of April 20th. Some fans have unscrambled the words to reveal a track listing.
Yeah, I’m ready for some new Rise Against music too.
Deftones have announced a new tour with Rise Against. Thrice will be opening and you can find the dates below.
Fat Wreck Chords has a pre-order up for a reissue of Rise Against’s The Unraveling on vinyl. It’ll be released on May 17th.
Bassist Joe Principe talks about the Rise Against’s sixth record Endgame, the challenge of keeping things fresh, being inspired by the military, and how punk rock originally gave him the courage to speak out.