Watch Fall Out Boy’s Andy Hurley play Cannibal Corpse during drum solo
Fall Out Boy drummer Andy Hurley is clearly phenomenal at what he does, drumming for Fall Out Boy, the Damned Things and Sect. (With new albums for all three due out at some point in the near future!) So it only makes sense that he would go all-out in his drum solo, playing a little Cannibal Corpse, of course.
As the video below shows, he’s been rocking Cannibal Corpse’s “Hammer Smashed Face” during his drum solos, and of course, it’s incredible.
Watch the footage below—and get a glimpse about 43 seconds in (and keep watching to see FOB perform “Dance, Dance”):
There’s plenty to look forward to in the Fall Out Boy camp. The band just wrapped up their M A N I A tour, with the record due out Jan. 19.
When talking about their new album for issue 347, Patrick Stump says this album is going to be different than anything they’ve done before.
“This [record] is the most off-script we’ve gone,” Stump tells AP for the very first story on their new album. “I want to try to invent something, because life’s too short.”
And we’re stoked to give it a listen. Check out the track listing here, and see their forthcoming tour dates below!
01/08 - Berlin, Germany @ Lido
01/10 - Stockholm, Sweden @ Debaser
01/11 - London, England @ Electric Brixton
02/28 - Brisbane, Australia @ Riverstage
03/02 - Sydney, Australia @ Qudos Bank Arena
03/03 - Melbourne, Australia @ Margaret Court Arena
03/05 - Perth, Australia @ Red Hill Auditorium
03/07 - Auckland, New Zealand @ The Trusts Arena
03/27 - Birmingham, England @ Birmingham Arena
03/28 - Cardiff, Wales @ Motorpoint Arena
03/29 - Manchester, England @ Manchester Arena
03/31 - London, England @ The O2
04/03 - Paris, France @ Zenith
04/04 - Amsterdam, Netherland @ AFAS Live
04/06 - Berlin, Germany @ Max Schmelling Halle
04/07 - Hamburg, Germany @ Mehr Theater
04/08 - Munchen, Germany @ Zenith
04/10 - Dusseldorf, Germany @ Mitsubishi Electric Halle
04/12 - Brussels, Belgium @ Forest National
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