Chicago-based punk group Rise Against will be going on a world tour this fall and have just announced the first leg, which will take them through Europe. The guys will kick things off in the United Kingdom, starting at the O2 Academy in Sheffield, and moving on to shows in Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester, Southamption and London. They’ll play a show at Ancienne Belgique in Brussels on November 11 followed by one at the Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam on November 13 and another at the Bataclan in Paris on November 14. After that, it’s a run through Germany with shows in Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Berlin. The band will play Copenhagen on November 22 and Stockholm on November 23. They’ll finish up at the Sentrum Scene in Oslo, Norway on November 25.
Rise Against first made a name for themselves on famous indie punk label Fat Wreck Cords in the early 2000s. They joined major label Geffen in 2004 with the release of their album Siren Song of the Counter Culture, and crossed over to mainstream success. Since then, their records have gone on to crack the top ten of the Billboard 200 and been certified platinum (in Canada) and Gold (in the US). Their latest album, The Black Market, is set for release on July 15.