from under the cork tree

15 ‘From Under The Cork Tree’ Easter eggs you probably missed
15 ‘From Under The Cork Tree’ Easter eggs you probably missed
Fall Out Boy’s From Under The Cork Tree is the gift that keeps on giving. The pop-punk icons’ unforgettable 2005 output is jam-packed with Easter eggs we either didn’t notice before or completely forgot in the years since. From movie quotes and emo cameos to its unusual artwork, there’s a detail hiding in every corner. To celebrate their ...
Fall Out Boy fan gives hilarious look at old ‘Take This To Your Grave’ merch
Fall Out Boy fan gives hilarious look at old ‘Take This To Your Grave’ merch
Fall Out Boy formed in 2001 and, barring a four-year hiatus in 2009, would be going on nearly 20 years of bandhood. 2003 marked the year of their first record release with Take This To Your Grave.  While From Under The Cork Tree is seen as their breakthrough record, TTTYG is an incredible glimpse at the sonic growth from where they started. The original pressing o...
10 scene songs that got you through your first breakup
10 scene songs that got you through your first breakup
We’ve all experienced heartbreak in one way or another over the years, but none compare to your first breakup and the scene songs that helped you through it.  Picture it: It's the 2000s, and you’re sitting at your family’s computer spilling your heart out to all of your friends on AOL Instant Messenger about your first breakup. You log on to Myspace...
10 times Fall Out Boy made movie references in their music
10 times Fall Out Boy made movie references in their music
Fall Out Boy have buried pop culture references in their song titles and lyrics for well over a decade. In honor of the band’s sixth album, American Beauty/American Psycho, which gives a nod to two classic films in the name alone, officially turning 5 this month, we’ve compiled a list of our 10 favorite Fall Out Boy movie references. Check them out ...
10 Pete Wentz-isms that hit harder than your favorite emo lyrics
10 Pete Wentz-isms that hit harder than your favorite emo lyrics
Any die-hard Fall Out Boy fan can attest that the sharp-witted lyricism Pete Wentz provides is the soul of the band’s illustrious emo aesthetic. His poetic fluency has won the hearts of hopeless romantics, earned its spot on Myspace profiles and roused critics with his thought-provoking interpretation of the world before his eyes.  Since...
Op-Ed: In defense of Fall Out Boy’s ‘Folie À Deux’
Op-Ed: In defense of Fall Out Boy’s ‘Folie À Deux’
When Fall Out Boy released their fourth record, Folie À Deux, in 2008, they were no strangers to pissing off fans and baffling critics. Their stylistic changes, both musically and aesthetically, from album to album are notable and clear: Take This To Your Grave is a pure, if not standout, pop-punk record; From Under The Cork Tree saw them embracing verbose writing and emo aesthetics; Infinity On H
Fall Out Boy’s “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark” was a demo for ‘From Under The Cork Tree’
Fall Out Boy’s “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark” was a demo for ‘From Under The Cork Tree’
As if you don't remember, Fall Out Boy made a triumphant return from their hiatus in February 2013 with the lead single from Save Rock And Roll, "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)." Read more: Here’s who will do Panic! At The D... Read More ... Read More ...
Pete Wentz says “a couple physical fights” happened while recording ‘From Under The Cork Tree’
Pete Wentz says “a couple physical fights” happened while recording ‘From Under The Cork Tree’
10 years ago, Fall Out Boy forever changed our scene with the release of their sophomore studio album, From Under The Cork Tree. In the latest issue of AP, Pete Wentz looks back on the record with APTV Manager Cassie Whitt , and how things got a little tense during the recording process. “Pa ...