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Punk rock band Rise Against was formed in 1999 in Chicago (USA) and was originally called Transistor Revolt – then the band was lead vocalist Tim Mcilrath, guitarist and vocalist Dan Wleklinski, speaking under the pseudonym Mr. presizhn, bass guitarist and vocalist Joe Princip and drummer Tony Tintari. In 2000, haven’t played, the band has recorded a mini-album, Transistor Revolt, after which Tintari for shock briefly replaced by Dan Lumley, and in turn, Brendan Barnes. Through the year, the group managed to attract the attention of record label Fat Wreck Records and sign a contract with him already as Rise Against. In the same 2001 debut album, The Unraveling, recorded in the famous punk producer Massom Giorgini. The drive was greeted by the audience’s warm enough, but the great success was not. In the same year went Wleklinski, and the new guitarist was Todd Moni
At the end of the tour in support of their firstborn, the band goes into the Studio to record their second album, Revolutions Per Minute, which was released in April 2003, His lyrical component was designed in an aggressive socio-political way. The song “Like An Angel” was included in the soundtrack to the video game Tony Hawk’s Underground and the film “the Team”. In support of the album Rise Against went on tour, sharing the stage with many famous bands, and also attended Warped Tour 2003.
At the end of 2003, the group was able to move to Geffen Records and to prepare the third album. At this point, the train has left the Moni, and his place was taken by Chris Chasse. Album Siren Song of The Counter Culture was released in August 2004 and has hit the Billboard 200, eventually becoming “Golden.” The disc was accompanied by good reviews from critics and listeners, although many have noted the excessive softness and melody compared to the first releases. Due to this success by Rise Against was able to give concerts in North America, Europe, Australia and Japan became participants of the tour 2005 Taste Of Chaos with Killswitch Engage, Story Of The Year, The Used and Funeral For A Friend, as well as around the USA as part of the Warped Tour.
Fourth album, The Sufferer & The Witness was released in July 2006 and immediately took the 10 th place the hit parade Billboard 200 in its first week it sold more than 48 000 drives (in 2008, the album has received “gold”). Musically, it was evident that the group began to return to punk rock roots. In December of the same year was released on DVD Generation Lost, history, live video, and episodes with music videos. Since mid-2006 in one and a half years Rise Against has toured extensively, and for the most part as the title of the artist. In February 2007 on the official website of the band announced the departure Sassa who is tired of endless travel. New guitarist and vocalist was a friend of the musicians Zach Blair. In late 2007, Canada released a new mini album This Is Noise, which in January 2008 was available in the United States.
In 2008, Rise Against has been preparing and recording his new album, in between speaking at various major festivals. Fifth album Appeal to Reason was released in October 2008, and for the first week it sold nearly 65,000 copies, which allowed the drive to take the 3rd place of the hit parade Billboard 200. Appeal To Reason listeners and critics greeted me warmly, though not without comment, that predecessor was powerful. The band once again went on tour. In October 2010 was released the second DVD Another Station: Another Mile, which was captured moments from the lives of group tours, as well as some live performances.
In late 2010 the band started recording their new album Endgame, which was released in March 2011, the Musicians felt it in some degree conceptual song told about hurricane Katrina, the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and also about homophobia. The album debuted in the Billboard 200, and sales in the first week amounted to 85 000 discs. The song “Help Is on the Way” and “Satellite” were used by the group the WWE for their products. In may was issued a joint mini-album from Rise Against and Face to Face where groups beat songs to each other.