Rise Against Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Rise Against Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Swing Life Away
2 Dancing for Rain
3 Satellite
4 Help Is On The Way
5 From Heads Unworthy
6 Rumors of My Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated
7 Anywhere But Here
8 Give It All
9 Last Chance Blueprint
10 Injection
11 Savior
12 Ready To Fall
13 Prayer of the Refugee
14 Re-Education (Through Labor)
15 Black Masks and Gasoline
16 The Good Left Undone
17 Drones
18 Hero Of War
19 Paper Wings
20 Architects
21 To Them These Streets Belong
22 Tip the Scales
23 Blood Red, White, and Blue
24 Wait For Me
25 Audience Of One
26 Making Christmas
27 The First Drop
28 Dead Ringer
29 Everchanging
30 401 Kill
31 Blood to Bleed
32 Remains of Summer Memories
33 But Tonight We Dance
34 Halfway There
35 Sometimes Selling Out Is Giving Up
36 Reception Fades
37 Six Ways 'Til Sunday
38 Weight Of Time
39 Great Awakening
40 Worth Dying For
41 Like the Angel
42 Stained Glass and Marble
43 The Approaching Curve
44 Intro/Chamber The Cartridge
45 State of the Union
46 Historia Calamitatum
47 Survive
48 Amber Changing
49 Halfway There (Demo)
50 Boy's No Good
51 Awake Too Long
52 Under The Knife
53 Join The Ranks
54 cartel-honest
55 Like the Angel (Demo)
56 Any Way You Want It
57 People Live Here
58 3 Day Weekend
59 Bricks
60 Gethsemane
61 Voices Off Camera (Demo)
62 Silver
63 Bridges
64 Behind Closed Doors
65 Generation Lost
66 Blood-Red White & Blue (Demo)
67 The Ghost of Tom Joad
68 Roadside
69 Lanterns
70 Broken English (Demo)
71 Lanterns (from Endgame, 2011)
72 Six Ways 'Till Sunday
73 Anyway You Want It
74 Help Is On The Way (Single)
75 Last Chance Blueprint (Demo)
76 Give It All (from Siren Song of the Counter Culture, 2004)
77 Boys No Good
78 Blind
79 Torches (Demo)
80 I Don't Want To Be Here Anymore
81 Life Less Frightening
82 Faint Resemblance
83 Broken Mirros
84 Amber Changing (Demo)
85 Voices Off Camera:
86 The Great Die - Off
87 Torches
88 Entertainment
89 Make It Stop (September's Children)
90 Diaspora
91 Grammatizator
92 Rumors Of My Demise Have Been
93 I Don't Want To Be Here Anymore
94 Obstructed View
95 The Strength To Go On
96 Disparity By Design
97 Fix Me
98 Hairline Fracture
99 Everchanging (acoustic)
100 401Kill
101 Tragedy + Time
102 Whereabouts Unknown
103 Midnight Hands
104 Sight Unseen
105 Dirt and Roses
106 The Black Market
107 My Life Inside Your Heart
108 Collapse (Post-Amerika)
109 Survivor Guilt
110 Elective Amnesia
111 Ballad of Hollis Brown
112 The Eco-Terrorist In Me
113 To the Core
114 1000 Good Intentions
115 Broken Mirrors
116 Death Blossoms
117 Long Forgotten Sons
118 Voice of Dissent
119 Sudden Life
120 Alive and Well
121 A Gentlemen's Coup
122 Black Masks & Gasoline
123 The Dirt Whispered
124 Kotov Syndrome
125 Little Boxes
126 A Beautiful Indifference
127 The Art of Losing
128 This Is Letting Go
129 Blood-Red White & Blue
130 Minor Threat
131 Broken English
132 Methadone
133 The Unraveling
134 Endgame
135 Black Masks & Gasoline (Demo)
136 Strength To Go On
137 Nervous Breakdown
138 Zero Visibility
139 Heaven Knows
140 Built To Last
141 Heaven Knows (Demo)

Rise Against Bio

Chicago's Rise Against began in 1999 when ex-88 Fingers Louie bassist Joe Principe tapped area vocalist Tim McIlrath for a new project rooted in the sound and social vision of traditionalist hardcore. Joined by fellow 88 Fingers vet Dan Precision on guitar and, eventually, drummer Brandon Barnes, Rise Against signed to Fat Wreck and issued The Unraveling in 2001. Precision left the band that same year to be replaced by Todd Mohney. Extensive touring followed, leading to their sophomore outing, 2002's Revolutions Per Minute. After solid response from fans and critics alike, as well as a stint on the Warped Tour, Rise Against left the Fat Wreck fold for DreamWorks/Geffen. By this point, guitar duties were being handled by Chris Chasse (Reach the Sky). Rise Against made their major-label debut in August 2004 with Siren Song of the Counter Culture. They toured steadily after the album's release, received plenty of solid press, and even saw Counter Culture crack the Billboard Top 200. In 2005, Rise Against appeared in the skateboarding film Lords of Dogtown, playing an old-school Cali punk band. (They performed a rousing version of Black Flag's "Nervous Breakdown" for the film's soundtrack.) Rise Against continued to tour throughout that summer, including a spot at the U.K.'s Reading and Leeds festivals in August. Their fourth album, The Sufferer & the Witness, appeared in July 2006 and its debut at number ten on the Billboard Top 200 was their highest yet. The band spent the summer tearing up Warped's main stage before hooking up with Thursday and Billy Talent that fall. Rise Against continued playing shows into 2007, but their extensive tour schedule eventually proved to be too much for Chasse, who bowed out that February. The band solidered on, enlisting Only Crime's Zach Blair to temporarily take his place.