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  1. Positive: 5 out of 6
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  1. Jun 7, 2021
    80
    There’s still a lot that will be familiar to longtime fans, but the most impressive thing is how passionate Rise Against remain. Twenty years in, and their revolutionary fire is still as relevant and as sadly needed as ever.
  2. 70
    It’s brash, bold, and sometimes a little cliiché, but it’s clear they aren’t done speaking up yet.
  3. Jun 7, 2021
    70
    Nowhere Generation is merely a good album that offers us a worthwhile batch of late-career songs.
  4. Jun 9, 2021
    70
    Though 'Nowhere Generation' isn’t breaking boundaries, it doesn’t need to. Rise Against have carved out a niche that works for them, and if it aint broke, why fix it?
  5. Jun 11, 2021
    70
    Nowhere Generation may lack the nervy zeal of peak efforts like Siren Song of the Counter Culture and Appeal to Reason, but it most certainly has the gravitas.
  6. Classic Rock Magazine
    Jun 7, 2021
    60
    The sloganeering surfs in on a wave of ultra-catchy punk melodies, dragging the listener along in its wake. [Jul 2021, p.85]
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  1. Jun 9, 2021
    10
    What a return for Rise Against, a fantastic album that is a lot better than its predecessor. And in normal Rise Against fashion the album hasWhat a return for Rise Against, a fantastic album that is a lot better than its predecessor. And in normal Rise Against fashion the album has a powerful message, album of the year worthy definitely. Expand
  2. Jun 10, 2021
    6
    A bad album this is not and for many bands this would be a good album, but for Rise Against it kind of misses the mark. It lacks any memorableA bad album this is not and for many bands this would be a good album, but for Rise Against it kind of misses the mark. It lacks any memorable hooks albeit for "Broken Dreams, Inc." and overall just feels like the band were on autopilot for the album, lacking anything new or creative to add to their existing catalogue. It's still a fine album that I don't feel the need to turn off, but it doesn't even slightly attempt to try something new for the band. Expand