“Rise Against has always been a political band, but also a personal band,” said frontman Tim McIlrath. “We’ve always had songs that have a foot in both worlds. This album is a lot more introspective to me.”
Like pages ripped out of a punk rock diary, Rise Against’s expansive 26-song album, Long Forgotten Songs: B-Sides & Covers 2000–2013, chronicles the band’s b-sides and covers that hint at Rise Against’s influences over the years.
The band has announced a September 10 release date for ‘Long Forgotten Songs: B-Sides & Covers 2000-2013,’ a 26-song collection that includes previously unheard music that dates back to before the band signed a record deal.
One of North American’s biggest rock festivals is surprisingly not in the U.S.
Metallica has announced the complete line up for the second annual Orion Music + More Festival, set for June 8 and 9 at Belle Isle in Detroit, Michigan. Among the headliners for this year’s event […]
Thanks to that pesky Mayan calendar, a bunch of people think the world is going to end this Friday, December 21. So if you’re rocking out to these 13 sweet doomsday tunes from Muse, Tool, Fishbone, Metallica and more any day after that, consider yourselves lucky.
Rise Against’s Tim McIIrath On Honey Boo Boo: “The Most Despicable Celebration Of A Lack Of Intellectual Ability.”
The politically-charged singer commented on reality show sensation Alana Thompson, better known as the pint-sized star of the wildly popular and controversial TLC series, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.