|New Rise Against song|
2012-04-24 by simonpettersen | 43 Replies | 3444 Views
Chicago punk rockers Rise Against have released a song titled "Dirt and Roses" , which will be featured on the soundtrack for the upcoming movie "The Avengers".
a bit of a Re-hash of "Injection", nonetheless, it's good
not bad at all.
Digging: Supercell - Today is a Beautiful Day
I can dig it, these guys always have at least a couple great tracks.
Digging: Muse - Absolution
Really could not get into their last album at all, but this is actually quite good, glad I checked it out. A bit polished but good. I might like this better than anything off their last album even.
Digging: Richie Havens - Mixed Bag
Wow. Listening to Sufferer and the Witness for the first time since I was 16 or 17. Holy shit nostalgia.
can't view cus Canadian
Digging: LCD Soundsystem - This Is Happening
same here...searched the song on youtube and cant find it anywhere.
Digging: Erlen Meyer - Erlen Meyer
Yeah, it's not bad...Not too great.
Not great, the chorus is a bit weak, but its nice to see them not writing 4 minute songs with 5 bridges.
Digging: Arcane Roots - Blood & Chemistry
Really liked the bridge. Rest of the song was ok.
Digging: Stars - Set Yourself On Fire
Yup just neglect the fucking Canadians... This happens to much...
This is actually really good, much better than anything they've put out recently.
i like it more than the mayority of Endgame.
Digging: Parabelle - Reassembling the Icons
sucks just like everything after rpm
Digging: Of Montreal - Daughter of Cloud
'tis a bit of alright.
sounds just like everything else by them...
yeah this is definitely recalling some memories of sufferer and the witness. awesome
This is alright. Sounds like they're going back in the right direction anyway. I didn't like endgame.
this could def have been better, i prefer arquitects
Digging: Faith No More - The Real Thing
of course it doesn't compare to their earlier material
Got the Sufferer feel
its cool but, its missing what they had on sufferer
Digging: Made Of Hate - Bullet In Your Head
Meh. I don't like them anymore because I haven't been in 8th grade for nearly 6 years.
Honestly, I feel like the soundtrack for this Avengers movie is going to be somewhat lack-luster, by my tastes. I feel like every film can benefit from some ambient song selections that kind of add to the mood, instead of creating a mood based on lyrics.
I wish they'd get some good classical in on the mix, some good Liszt and Dvořák would be awesome in an action movie if they sequenced it correctly and provided enough thoughtful and well-placed cinematography in the mix. Then you'd get some pretty phenomenal moods in there.
What am I even going on about? I haven't even seen this movie. Oh well.
This song brought back heavy feelings of nostalgia for me, as others have said. Sounded like their old stuff, which is kind of nice- despite the forgetful nature of the track.
Digging: William Basinski - The Disintegration Loops II
link is dead anyways
It's up somewhere else. This song tops Endgame.
very meh. sounds like it would've fit on Endgame...which was very meh.
i think they're running out of gas. which is a shame. i loved their three albums before endgame...
Digging: Owel - Owel
^agreed, Endgame was a letdown, Appeal was better and Siren Song and Sufferer were brilliant
Endgame had arquitects, and lead single is pretty good.
sounds borning and uninspired, just like Endgame.
I hate this song because I've heard of this band and I know as a fact they're successful.
>"BUT IF WE SELL OUR SOUL FOR THE CHANCE OF GOLD THEN WE'LL RUEEEE EAACHHH PASSINGGG DAYYYYY...."
>include song in major movie soundtrack
this sounds better than Endgame.
What excites me more is the fact that they're playing The Killing Tree songs live
Digging: The Computers - Love Triangles Hate Squares
song surprised me since endgame sucked ass.
pretty much what everyone said; sounds like something off of sufferer & witness.
Digging: Their / They're / There - Their / They're / There
Appeal was ok, Endgame kinda sucked, but this is kinda good. I wish they'd get back into the more melodic hardcore punk sound, and this seems like a step in the right direction.
Appeal was barely (if at all) better than Endgame, but neither completely sucked, and they ain't dead just yet (I'll reserve judgement until after the next album's released).
yeah this was pretty good
Digging: The National - Trouble Will Find Me
feel like things went downhill after the sufferer and the witness and I'm still waiting for them to bring it back to that level
Good as always
Digging: Octaves - Which Way the Wind Blows
DeadStarShine: true, Architects is actually one of my favorite songs by this band, but the rest of that album...