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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
The Ultimate Pop-Punk Gift Guide: 14 holiday present ideas for music fans
The Ultimate Pop-Punk Gift Guide: 14 holiday present ideas for music fans
2020 has shown us that we will never take a gig with our closest friends for granted ever again. Nothing can match the energy of the crowd and the feeling of screaming our favorite lyrics at the top of our lungs. However, the holidays are still coming up quickly, and we want to make sure you have the perfect gift in mind for your best friends...
Here’s how MOD SUN ended up singing with Fall Out Boy at an early gig
Here’s how MOD SUN ended up singing with Fall Out Boy at an early gig
MOD SUN can’t help but smile when he recalls an early Fall Out Boy show in 2003 at the Quest’s Ascot Room in Minneapolis. The artist still vividly remembers the moment a Take This To Your Grave-era Patrick Stump started belting an a cappella version of “Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy.” How could he no...
Paramore, twenty one pilots, Awsten Knight, Fall Out Boy all in one issue
Paramore, twenty one pilots, Awsten Knight, Fall Out Boy all in one issue
With 35 years in the alternative-rock trenches, we’ve seen and heard some stuff. We’ve obviously written about it, as well. So it made perfect sense to compile our readers’ requests for certain stories and issues to create this compendium of what we’re calling our “greatest hits.” This special issue revisits...
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 ...
QUIZ: How much emo trivia do you really know?
QUIZ: How much emo trivia do you really know?
We at AltPress hold the emo title in high regard and fully embrace all subsects of fans who proudly stand under the genre’s umbrella without discretion, only pure, kindred acceptance. We celebrate those who have first pressings of Sunny Day Real Estate vinyl, early 2000s My Chemical Romance fanatics who enlisted in the MCRmy during the Revenge years and teenagers who are currently scribbling Lil P
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...

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