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... This is even a further distillation of that. It's like a Black Flag record where it's like, there's very few tracks and everything that's there is what's there." As well as playing a VEVO Presents show on November 5 at London's Islington Academy, Fall Out Boy will embark on an arena tour of the UK in March of next year, starting at Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena, also visiting Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle and Glasgow, with a show at London's Wembley Arena on March 20. Tickets go on sale October 4 at 9am. Fall Out Boy stream Ryan Adams
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LISTEN: Fall Out Boy and Ryan Adams Release Stream of New Song "Love, Sex, Death"
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are streaming their new punk song "Love, Sex, Death", and it's an angry one. Like its subject matter, this song is pretty brief (lasting just under a minute and a half) but manages to cram in some great content in true punk fashion. "Love, Sex, Death" is part of an upcoming EP Pax Am Days that Fall Out Boy and Ryan Adams
created during a two-day recording session. Sadly this collaboration took place before Adams' public spat with Fox news anchor Sean Hannity, so there's not likely to be any amusing song dedications. Search for Fall Out Boy albums on Amazon Tweet LISTEN: Fall Out Boy and Ryan Adams
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Fall Ouy Boy - "Love, Sex, Death" (Prod. Ryan Adams)
... before that, they've never released a song that so wholly embraces the canonical ideal of punk rock as much as "Love, Sex, Death," the one minute and 24 seconds of knuckle-dragging hardcore bombast they kicked out today. And which producer coaxed all this aggression out of them? None other than noted punk/metal enthusiast Ryan Adams
, who's been indulging his own punk proclivities lately. Fall Out Boy spent two days recording at Adams' Pax Am Studios in Los Angeles to make Pax Am Days, a new album to be released digitally and as the second half of a duo disc reissue of this year's other Fall Out Boy LP, Save Rock And Roll. If "Love, Sex, Death" is indicative of the rest of the set, Pax Am Days will be quite the contrast to Save Rock And Roll's hyper-glossy emo jock jams. Hear the new song below. There's a tour footage video for it too at Rolling Stone. Pax Am Days is out 10/15 via Island. Pre-order it here. Fall Ouy Boy - "Love, Sex, Death" (Prod. Ryan Adams
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Ryan Adams (November 5, 1974)
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He has been labeled a "new Dylan" and "the Kurt Cobain of alt-country." Like both, he claims he doesn't want stardom.
He first gained notoriety as the singer-guitarist for the North Carolina band Whiskeytown.
He recorded his first solo album with the help of some friends like Gillian Welch, Steve Earlem and Emmylou Harris. That album earned him more friends, like Elton John.
Adams makes a policy of stopping his recording at midnight. This allows him plenty of time to go out to bars before last call.
His first influence as a writer was Edgar Allen Poe. By the time he became a teenager, he was very into Jack Kerouac.
He used to buy CDs based on what band T-shirts his favorite skateboarders wore.
Before Whiskeytown, his first band was called the Patty Duke Syndrome. Patty Duke was an actress who won an Oscar in 1962 for her appearance as Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker. She briefly had her own TV show, called the Patty Duke Show.
In March, 2009, he married Mandy Moore in a secret ceremony.
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