Biography

Famous rock band Rise Against was formed in late nineties in Chicago, but initially the group was named Transistor Revolt. Its first line-up included Tim McIlrath, Joe Principe Toni Tintari and Mr. Precision. At that period the band did not perform, however the musicians managed to record the self-titled EP Transistor Revolt in 2000. In 2001 the rockers changed the name into familiar for the music lovers nowadays Rise Against, signed the contract with independent label Fat Wreck Chords and started to work on their very first long play.

The release of Rise Against’ debut album titled The Unraveling took place in 2001. This studio attempt immediately attracted attention of lovers of melodic hardcore and punks, who really enjoyed the material presented by the rockers. The Unraveling got fair reviews from the experts and in 2003 Rise Against pleased their fans with another work Revolutions Per Minute that proved to be as interesting as its predecessor. Also that album became the last work, recorded at Fat Wreck Chords: the rockers were offered a contract with the major label Geffen and they accepted it. Nevertheless, Rise Against remained faithful to what they did, so their future works did not disappoint the fans at all.

The album Siren Song Of The Counter Culture saw the light in 2004 and it took a prominent place in the band’s discography. Thus, one of the long play’s compositions, Give It All, was included into soundtracks of two popular videogames at the same time: Need For Speed: Underground 2 and FlatOut 2. Moreover, Siren Song Of The Counter Culture got the Golden Status in the US, which says a lot about the quality of that studio work. The following album The Sufferer & The Witness (2006) that had been created in Rise Against’ best traditions, made a confident way to the tenth place of Billboard 200, and two years later Appeal To Reason (2008) managed to peak at the third place in the same chart. Definitely these high positions became a great proof of the fact that Rise Against’ creativity raised a true interest of listeners.

The release of the rockers’ sixth studio attempt titled Endgame took place in 2011. Musical experts praised the new sound and noted that the group was in constant development. All in all Endgame proved that the rockers have something to share with their fans: traditionally interesting lyrics and easy recognizable sound are presented on Rise Against’ new album in a full volume.

Studio Albums

Rise Against, Wolves mp3Wolves
2017
  • Punk Rock
  • Melodic Hardcore
Rise Against, The Black Market mp3The Black Market
2014
  • Punk Rock
  • Melodic Hardcore
Rise Against, RPM10 mp3RPM10
2013
  • Melodic Hardcore
Rise Against, Endgame mp3Endgame
2011
  • Melodic Hardcore
  • Punk Rock
Rise Against, Appeal to Reason mp3Appeal to Reason
Continuing the previous work's attitude Appeal To Reason proves to be another political album from Rise Against pleasing with the musicians' even more powerful playing and easily pretending to be the year's best punk album
2008
  • Melodic Hardcore
  • Punk Rock
Rise Against, Siren Song of the Counter Culture mp3Siren Song of the Counter Culture
2004
  • Hardcore Punk
  • Melodic Hardcore
  • Punk Rock
Rise Against, Revolutions Per Minute mp3Revolutions Per Minute
2003
  • Hardcore Punk
  • Melodic Hardcore
  • Punk Rock
Rise Against, The Unraveling mp3The Unraveling
2001
  • Hardcore Punk
  • Melodic Hardcore
  • Punk Rock

Singles

Rise Against, The Violence mp3The Violence
2017
  • Punk Rock
  • Melodic Hardcore

EP

Rise Against, This Is Noise mp3This Is Noise
2007
  • Hardcore Punk
  • Punk Rock
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