Rise Against release new video

2011-06-21 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 26 Comments
Chicago punk rockers Rise Against have posted the video for their new single 'Make it Stop (September's Children)' on Youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XP4clbHc4Xg

Read Davey Boy's review of Endgame here:

http://www.sputnikmusic.com/review/42376/Rise-Against-Endgame/

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theacademy
Staff Reviewer
June 21st 2011
29072 Comments


i walk a lonely road

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
June 21st 2011
29072 Comments


powerful video as per the usual

boring song as per the usual

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
June 21st 2011
51325 Comments


Please, make it stop.

CelestialDust
June 21st 2011
3157 Comments


great vid

Kris.
June 21st 2011
12633 Comments


decent video
i miss when they were punx as fuck

G3N3R1C
June 21st 2011
1945 Comments


oh hey high school. what an original concept for a video.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
June 21st 2011
51325 Comments


punx as fuck?
punks as fuck?
punk as fuck

G3N3R1C
June 21st 2011
1945 Comments


fuck as punk

FromDaHood
June 21st 2011
9094 Comments


Was it preachy?

Kris.
June 21st 2011
12633 Comments


so preachy

G3N3R1C
June 21st 2011
1945 Comments


preachy as fuck as punk

drasticaction74
June 21st 2011
1797 Comments


i feel preached. thanks!

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DinoX
June 21st 2011
3582 Comments


Preachy video, shitty song

Tyrael
June 21st 2011
20988 Comments


What, no Daveyboy comments yet?

Ire
June 21st 2011
41851 Comments


not enuff punx 2/5

CelestialDust
June 21st 2011
3157 Comments


this is as much preachy as the prayer of the refugee vid. nothing wrong with either of them. as long as tim doesn't do a peta chant for me idgaf

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
June 21st 2011
21706 Comments


I was gonna post this yesterday, but then I got sidetracked watching live videos of theirs. 2 hours later...

AmericnZero02
June 22nd 2011
3430 Comments


Rise Against is the shit.

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CutMan
June 22nd 2011
1838 Comments


I love these guys. Powerful, meaningful work as usual.

outline
June 22nd 2011
563 Comments


decent song, but that opening sounds a lot like boulevard of broken dreams haha

WhiteNoise
June 22nd 2011
3291 Comments


I still can't stand their new album even though I enjoyed appeal to reason. Maybe i'm out growing them?

Prince1993
June 22nd 2011
553 Comments


Like this song so much

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
June 22nd 2011
21706 Comments


Video does the job. Hopefully it gets out there.

CelestialDust
June 22nd 2011
3157 Comments


I just saw a bieber perfume ad before the vid started. I'm sure Mcllrath appreciates that. sucks that they're on vevo

freedomofspeechnoway
June 22nd 2011
420 Comments


Oh cool, another Rise Against song that will play on the radio once an hour.

G3N3R1C
June 22nd 2011
1945 Comments


Powerful, meaningful work as usual.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhXz60f0HLU



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