Design a commemorative poster for Rise Against's new album "Endgame" that evokes the themes and message of the music.
As the title of the band’s sixth full-length studio album — and the moniker of the album’s title track — "Endgame" is indicative of both a world that has run its course, and perhaps ushering in an entirely new start.
The band has been making striking personal and political statements with their music by offering songs that aren’t just merely sung, but very much thought about. "Endgame" is the sixth full-length album the band has recorded and the songs that focus on topics ranging from post-Katrina New Orleans to homophobia.
“It’s about a dangerous time in civilization, the end of life,” says vocalist/guitarist Tim McIlrath. “What if the life that we’re living right now is this unsustainable bubble that cannot go on and perhaps does not deserve to go on? What if the world we created is a place that is so unnatural and ugly that it is a world that needs to come to an end, so that we could have a world that is better for everybody? It sounds very utopian, but it’s not about a perfect place, but maybe some of these things we’re doing, they need to come to an end.”
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