Posted: 3:05 a.m. Sunday, April 21, 2013
Friday, Apr, 19, 2013 by TV News Desk
On the next episode of The CW’s VAMPIRE DIARIES titled ‘The Originals,’ acting on a mysterious tip that a plot is brewing against him in New Orleans, Klaus makes a trip to the town he and his family helped build. The episode features music from Fall Out Boy. Get a sneak peek below!
by Kat Lee
We’re willing to bet that some pop stars are super embarrassed of their prom photos, but we really hope Fall Out Boy‘s Patrick Stump is not. He looks almost exactly the same as he did as a student at Glenbrook South High School in Glenview, Ill., around the year 2002!
The teenaged Stump was amazingly dapper in his all black suit with white boutonniere and black-framed glasses. We wouldn’t be surprised if we saw Patrick sporting this look on the red carpet!
His date was probably a nice girl, but she also may have broken his heart and inspired some of Fall Out Boy’s best tracks. Bet she’s kicking herself now!
Most importantly, however, does anyone else see the resemblance between P. Stumps and British crooner Ed Sheeran? Maybe they are brothers from another mother?
'Fall Out Boy' Throws First Pitch at Dodger Stadium 4-16-13 (Pete Wentz), Save Rock and Roll
Published on Apr 16, 2013
The band “Fall Out Boy” was at Dodger Stadium tonight to throw out the ceremonial “First Pitch”. Bassist Pete Wentz threw the pitch, and was there along with singer/guitarist Patrick Stump, guitarist Joe Trohman, and drummer Andy Hurley. They hung out on the field for a long time before the pitch, meeting Dodger players, shaking hands and taking photos.
15 Apr 13 By: Kate Lucey
UNTIL HE COLLAPSES FROM LAUGHTER, ANYWAY
We frickin’ love The Serious Lyrics Game here at Sugarscape, and it seemed like Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump was pretty keen to get in on the action when we caught up with the band last week. He launched into the first verse of ‘My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark’ with PASSION, with SINCERITY, and with a little bit of creepiness, to be honest.
Staring down our camera, flaring his nostrils, and ignoring Joe Trohman toking on a weird electric cigarette next to him, El Stumpo got properly stuck in before Pete Wentz and ol’ Joe THREW HIM OFF HIS GAME. MAN.
We have more serious stuff coming with Fall Out Boy throughout the week, but this was too funny to save in our editing thingies for much longer. Their album Save Rock & Roll is out NOW and it’s a frickin’ banger.
Posted by Andrew Unterberger on 04/09/2013
The first few months of any year are usually still so filled with remembrances of the year that just ended–best-of lists, award shows, catching up on things you may have missed in the prior 12 months–that it’s easy to ignore or miss out on the new stuff coming out. Yet three months into a new year, and we already have enough quality music for a rock-solid Top 40 list of our favorite songs. From advance singles to much-anticipated albums still around the corner, to deep cuts on the albums that have already come out, to unexpected hits that we never saw coming, here are the 40 songs from the first three months of the year that have made us OK with turning the calendar over to 2013.
(Note: No songs included on our year-end list last year are featured here, which means such early 2013 smashes like Rihanna’s “Stay,” Icona Pop’s “I Love It” and Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” are unfortunately excluded, though they remain in our hearts and on our radio dials always.)
31. FALL OUT BOY, “MY SONGS KNOW WHAT YOU DID IN THE DARK”
After a near-half-decade hiatus, Fall Out Boy announced their return–the second-most-unexpected of 2013 thusfar–with the rip-roaring “My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark (Light Em Up).” A chest-pounding, stadium ready singalong that proves the group is capable of keeping up with the times without sounding like bandwagon-jumpers, “My Songs” is destined to be the stuff of a thousand movie trailers and other promotional montages by year’s end, so enjoy it while you can.
posted by GazeRockSnob on Mar. 25, 2013
American rock band Fall Out Boy has returned after nearly 4 years of hiatus and announced that they will be appearing on UStream with One Ok Rock to present their new promotions in Japan.
The broadcast which will be aired on April 1st will span for a whole hour starting from 21:00 to 22:00 (Japan local time). You can watch the video when it airs on UStream here.
One OK Rock seem to be getting more and more popular with western bands. The vocalist, Taka, recently collaborated with American rock band Simple Plan to produce a song entitled “Summer Paradise.”
Fall Out Boy Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump Stars & Strikes Celeb Bowling Tournament 2013
Published on Mar 7, 2013
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Fall Out Boy Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump arrive at 7th Annual Stars & Strikes Celebrity Bowling and Poker Tournament benefiting a Place Called Home March 6, 2013 at Pinz Bowling & Entertainment Center in Studio City, CA, United States