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WOLVES, the new album from Rise Against, will be released on June 9 via Virgin Records.

WOLVES, the new album from Rise Against, will be released on June 9 via Virgin Records. Rise Against is partnering with Vans to give fans a preview of WOLVES with performances at House of Vans Chicago (April 21) and House of Vans Brooklyn (April 24). The Rise Against performances at House of Vans Chicago and Brooklyn are free to the public and tickets can be claimed via ballot system at now. The band will also play the Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA on April 26. This summer, Rise Against will join Deftones on an extensive co-headline tour, which will kick off on June 9 and feature special guest Thrice. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, April 21, for Rise Against’s July 13headline show at the historic Shrine Exposition Hall in Los Angeles. Throughout its career, Rise Against has kept its moral compass steady, using its international punk platform to speak out for social justice. With WOLVES, the band challenges fans to join them in creating a bold new identity together. The album is about recognizing the power within; it’s a primal call for the prey to become the hunters. “In many ways, a Rise Against show is a safe space for our fans,” lead singer Tim McIlrath says. “But I realized that I don’t only want to create safe spaces, I want to create dangerous spaces where misogyny can’t exist, where xenophobia can’t exist. I want to create spaces where those sentiments don’t have any air, and they suffocate: where those ideas die. WOLVES isn’t about creating a safe space, it’s about creating a space that’s dangerous for injustice.” Rise Against chose to record its eighth studio album, WOLVES, with GRAMMY®-winning producer Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Alice in Chains, Deftones). Recording with Raskulinecz meant moving to Nashville, TN – far from the band’s familiar worlds of Chicago and Los Angeles, and a state where Rise Againsthas rarely played. The setting had a clear impact on the album. “Living in Nashville drove home that we can’t just focus on our differences,” McIlrath says. “If we can stop and talk to each other, face to face, we might realize our common ground. We are all wolves in the same pack, circling at the gates.”