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And looks like there’s more where that came from!
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Epic Chicago four-piece Rise Against are set to make their second trip to our fine country this year, following up on their support of the Foo Fighters Sonic Highway Tour earlier in 2015, with their own string of headline shows kicking off this December, supported by legends Clowns and Outright. Music Feeds is super pumped
It’s staggering to consider that in an age when it only takes a few thousand album sales to reach #1 on the ARIA charts, Rise Against have sold 200,000 records in this country alone. That kind of figure puts them up there with pop idol competition winners and Christmas crooner stocking stuffers. Except Rise Against
Melbourne rippers Clowns and Outright are officially lubing up the stage for Rise Against on their national headline tour this December. The local lads and ladettes will accompany the Chicago punk rockers on all three of their East Coast arena dates in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney, which will make up their second Australian tour for
Fresh from warming up the stage for Foo Fighters on their Sonic Highways Australian tour earlier this year, Rise Against are set to return to our shores for the second time in 2015, this time with their name in the headline position. The Chicago punk rock juggernauts will hop a plane back Down Under this
Rise Against pulled out something special for Adelaide fans during their support set for Foo Fighters, covering hardcore punk band Scream with the help of one of the band’s former drummers. Just in case you didn’t know, one of Scream’s former drummers just happens to be Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, who joined Rise Against
Report, photos and setlist from last night’s show!
Rise Against have given Perth fans a rare treat, announcing that the Western Australian capital will play host to a surprise one-off headline show, their only one in Australia, on Saturday 7th March. The juggernaut punks are currently in the passenger seat for the Foo Fighters’ Sonic Highways tour, which has already hit packed arena
Punters who rightly arrived early the Foo Fighters gig in Sydney last night got a special surprise, when supports (and headliners in their own right) Rise Against brought out ex-My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way for a cover of the Misfits classic Astro Zombies. The acts brought the 1982 Misfits horror-punk track, inspired by a
Rise Against’s brand-new video!
Soundwave promoter AJ Maddah says Rise Against will embark on two separate tours of Australia next year. According to the touring mogul, the beloved Chicago punk rock outfit will tour the country once while supporting another act, before embarking on their own headline tour “a few months later”. Writing via Twitter, Maddah stressed that the
Though they seemed poised for a Soundwave debut next year, AJ Maddah has ruled out Rise Against for the 2015 lineup. The band was strongly rumoured to be one of the names on the festival’s upcoming second lineup announcement after confirming that tour dates had been penciled in for February. Rumours of a potential Soundwave
Rise Against have released an arresting and thought-provoking music video for their single I Don’t Want To Be Here Anymore, off their latest album, The Black Market. In the clip, the Chicago punk rock four-piece examine the violence gripping their hometown and the rest of the world. Directed by documentary filmmaker Nico Sabenorio, the clip
According to Rise Against singer Tim McIlrath, after 15 years of writing and touring, the band needed some time off to “get some perspective”. That, he explains in the latest episode of Music Feeds Podcast, is exactly what they’ve done, and on their latest album The Black Market, they’ve come back hungrier than ever. “We
UPDATE 20/08/14: The Soundwave Festival 2015 lineup has arrived! Full details here. UPDATE 03/09/14: Rise Against have been ruled out of Soundave 2015 – full details here. Rise Against have placed themselves in the running to be one of the four headliners set for Soundwave 2015. Speaking recently to Music Feeds‘ Mike Hohnen, singer Tim
Just a week after announcing their seventh studio album, Chicago punk-rockers Rise Against have dropped the record’s first single, I Don’t Want to Be Here Anymore. The track will appear on The Black Market which is due to drop on July 15th. The Black Market follows on from 2011′s studio album Endgame, with the band