Rise Against’s music, while often politically charged, is rarely an anthem of anger, but rather a rousing reminder to change your world.
Their newest album, Endgame, is their most politically charged yet. Throughout Endgame, Rise Against delves into social, environmental and political issues. The band’s songs focus on dark subjects like Hurricane Katrina, the oil spill and homophobia, yet the album is far from a downer. With songs like “Help Is on the Way,” their message is as clear as ever: Things will get better.
Rise Against’s heartfelt message is still delivered with a punch, though. Expect revving guitars and a pit full of flying fists.
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