Rise Against recently unleashed their B-sides and rarities collection, 'Long Forgotten Songs,' and we've got a couple of cool items for fans related to the release. One is the album sampler video above and the other is an awesome contest featuring a 'Lost Forgotten Songs' prize pack.
On Sept. 10, Rise Against released ‘Long Forgotten Songs: B-Sides & Covers 2000 – 2013,’ a collection of tracks spanning their career that never made it on to one of their six studio albums released over the past 13 years.
Machine Gun Kelly is making a name for himself in both the hip-hop scene and the rock scene. The Cleveland-based rhyme-slinger is influenced by a wide range of music and that can be seen in this exclusive video of MGK performing his own take on Rise Against's 'Swing Life Away' with an assist from Sleeping With Sirens singer Kellin Quinn (watch above)
Calling all Rise Against fans! Loudwire and our friends at Noisecreep have got an awesome prize pack to offer one lucky winner in celebration of the band's upcoming 'Long Forgotten Songs: B-Sides & Covers 2000-2013' album release.
Earlier this year, Rise Against said they would take some time to recharge their batteries before recording a new album. In the meantime, they will release the compilation 'Long Forgotten Songs: B-Sides & Covers 2000 – 2013' Sept. 10 on Interscope Records.
Armed with a brigade of rock, metal and electronic talent, Orion Music + More festival kicked off its weekend-long festival at Belle Isle in Detroit on Saturday (June 8), with Red Hot Chili Peppers closing out the evening.
There are an incredible amount of hard rock and metal music festivals held worldwide as the summer season stretches from May to September. There's Mayhem, Rock on the Range, Reading, Leeds, Download, Hellfest, Wacken and Bloodstock, just to name a few. But for connoisseurs of punk rock who are looking for a major festival, an incredible lineup has just been put together for the 2013 Amnesia Rockfest in Quebec, Canada, with some hard rock and metal sprinkled in, as well.
For a band like Rise Against, the creative process is always ongoing, but frontman Tim McIlrath says that it may actually be a little while before we hear from them again. The singer tells Rolling Stone that the group wants to "recharge" a bit before starting in on a new record.
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