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Rise Against – Nowhere Generation | Album Review

A video looking at Nowhere Generation, the ninth studio album from Chicago’s punk rock band Rise Against. This album is aimed at doomed youth and a generation that is absolutely stuck. 

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Rise Against is an American punk rock band from Chicago, formed in 1999. The group’s current line-up comprises vocalist/rhythm guitarist Tim McIlrath, lead guitarist Zach Blair, bassist Joe Principe and drummer andon_Barnes” target=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener”>Brandon Barnes. Rooted in hardcore punk and melodic hardcore, Rise Against’s music emphasizes melody, catchy hooks, an aggressive sound and playstyle, and rapid tempos. Lyrically, the band is known for their outspoken social commentary, covering a wide range of topics such as political injustice, animal rightshumanitarianism, and environmentalism

Nowhere Generation is the ninth studio album by American rock band Rise Against, released on June 4, 2021 on Loma Vista Recordings.

“Nowhere Generation”
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rise-against-nowhere-generation-album-reviewOverall, Nowhere Generation is a strong definition of a current age with current problems WHILE being another solid entry in the Rise Against discography. McIlrath and company succeeded at capturing the current woes of a generation stuck in neutral while engaging us with some speed and energy in the music. We might be going nowhere right now, but nowhere at least isn’t bad to listen to.