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Every Fall Out Boy album ranked
Every Fall Out Boy album ranked
Over the course of a 20-plus-year career that started with hardcore-influenced punk and ended with electro-pop-tinged arena rock, Fall Out Boy made sure to never make the same album twice. One of the biggest bands to come out of the mid-2000s pop-punk scene, it’s hard to underestimate the impact that Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley have had — and it isn’t simply confined to
20 concert films that capture the best of live music, from NIN to Paramore
20 concert films that capture the best of live music, from NIN to Paramore
The dawning of our new normal — a world of postponement, rescheduling and uncertainty — showed us just how sacred live shows can be. Whether they’re experienced in person or at home in front of a screen, the collective energy fostered between an artist and their audience is the driving essence of live music. While we may hav...
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 premiere “Love, Sex, Death” music video from ‘Pax Am Days’
Fall Out Boy premiere “Love, Sex, Death” music video from ‘Pax Am Days’
Fall Out Boy have premiered their music video for "Love, Sex, Death" on Rolling Stone. It's the first single from their previously announced new album, Pax Am Days, which was recorded in two days with Ryan Adams at his studio. That will be available both digitally (iTunes pre-order) and on a limited Save Rock & Roll reissue on October 15. Listen to ...
Fall Out Boy – Save Rock And Roll
Fall Out Boy – Save Rock And Roll
Fall Out Boy Save Rock And Roll When Fall Out Boy went on indefinite hiatus in late 2009, they had no way of knowing how much they would be missed. After all, vocalist Patrick Stump likened touring in support of 2008’s Folie À Deux to “being the last act at the Vaudeville show: We were rotten vegetable targets in Clandestine hoodies,” saying “at no other point in my professional career was I nea
UPDATE: Fall Out Boy move ‘Save Rock And Roll’ release forward; Jimmy Kimmel performance video added
UPDATE: Fall Out Boy move ‘Save Rock And Roll’ release forward; Jimmy Kimmel performance video added
UPDATE: February 14 at 10:38 a.m. You can now watch the band's Jimmy Kimmel Live performance of "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light 'Em Up)," noted in the original post. Last night, the band donned glow-in-the-dark skeleton body suits for their late night talkshow performance. ...
UPDATE: Fall Out Boy stream new song; announce new album, ‘Save Rock And Roll’ and tour dates
UPDATE: Fall Out Boy stream new song; announce new album, ‘Save Rock And Roll’ and tour dates
UPDATE: February 4 at 6:01 p.m. EST Fall Out Boy have announced, via BBC Radio One that they will be playing the UK's Reading and Leads Festivals on August 23 and 25. UPDATE: February 4 at 12:31 a.m. EST Fall Out Boy have just posted the following photo from one of their Chicago radio appearances...

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