Rise Against

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Rise Against is an American punk rock band from Chicago, Illinois, formed in summer 1999. The band currently consists of Tim McIlrath (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Zach Blair (lead guitar, backing vocals), Joe Principe (bass guitar, backing vocals) and Brandon Barnes (drums, percussion).

Rise Against spent its first five years signed to the independent record label Fat Wreck Chords, on which it released two studio albums, The Unraveling (2001) and Revolutions per Minute (2003). Both the albums met with considerable underground success, and in 2003 the band signed with the major label Geffen. Their major label debut Siren Song of the Counter Culture brought the band mainstream success, producing several successful singles. Their next two albums, The Sufferer & the Witness and Appeal to Reason, were also successful and peaked at number ten and number three on the Billboard 200 chart, respectively. Appeal to Reason was followed three years later by Endgame.[2] All four albums released via Geffen were certified platinum in Canada, while Siren Song of the Counter Culture, The Sufferer & the Witness and Appeal to Reason were certified gold in the United States.

Rise Against is also known for their advocacy of progressive organizations such as Amnesty International and It Gets Better Project. The band actively promotes animal rights and most members are straight edge (excluding Barnes), PETA supporters, and vegetarian.


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年度 导演
2003 «Heaven Knows» Robert Trondson
2004 «Give It All» James Cox
2005 «Swing Life Away» Estevan Oriol
2006 «Ready to Fall» Kevin Kerslake
«Prayer of the Refugee» Tony Petrossian
2007 «The Good Left Undone» Neon
«Behind Closed Doors» Devin DeHaven
2008 «Re-Education (Through Labor)» Kevin Kerslake
2009 «Audience of One» Brett Simon
«Hero of War» Meiert Avis
«Savior» Kevin Kerslake
2011 «Help Is on the Way» Alan Ferguson
«Make It Stop (September’s Children)» Marc Klasfeld
2012 «Ballad of Hollis Brown» (Bob Dylan cover) Nico Sabenorio
2014 «I don't want to be here anymore» Zach blair