FALL OUT BOY RELEASE NEW RAP REMIX ALBUM MAKE AMERICA PSYCHO AGAIN OUT OCT. 30 ON DCD2/ISLAND RECORDS
(October 23, 2013 – New York, NY) Multi-platinum selling, worldwide touring band Fall Out Boy throws their hat back in the ring with MAKE AMERICA PSYCHO AGAIN, a timely revisit to their RIAA gold album American Beauty/American Psycho – but with every track remixed, and with every track boasting a hip-hop feature by today’s most acclaimed rappers. Pre-orders begin today HERE for MAKE AMERICA PSYCHO AGAIN, which will arrive in stores on October 30th.
Today also marks the release of Fall Out Boy’s current AB/AP single “Irresistible” in its newly remixed format, featuring a rap by Atlanta hip-hop trio Migos. Fall Out Boy will release 4 additional tracks next week, leading up to the release of MAKE AMERICA PSYCHO AGAIN. Buy the new version of “Irresistible” HERE on iTunes and stream on Spotify HERE.
MAKE AMERICA PSYCHO AGAIN will present the same title sequence as AB/AP, as follows (with hip-hop features noted): 1. “Irresistible” featuring Migos * 2. “American Beauty/ American Psycho” featuring A$AP Ferg * 3. “Centuries” featuring Juicy J * 4. “The Kids Aren’t Alright” featuring Azealia Banks * 5. “Uma Thurman” featuring Wiz Khalifa * 6. “Jet Pack Blues” featuring Big K.R.I.T. * 7. “Novocaine” featuring Uzi * 8. “Fourth Of July” featuring OG Maco * 9. “Favorite Record” featuring iLoveMakonnen * 10. “Immortals” featuring Black Thought * 11. “Twin Skeleton’s (Hotel In NYC)” featuring Joey Bada$$.
The band also just announced their “Wintour Is Coming” tour with AWOLNATION last week which sold out Madison Square Garden and some additional venues in only three days. The two chart-topping rock groups, along with special guests PVRIS, will embark on a 20+ city tour that begins February 25 in San Juan, Puerto Rico and continues through cities including Louisville, Memphis and New Orleans. General tickets for select cities are available now. Full details can be found at www.falloutboy.com (see dates below).
2015 found Fall Out Boy on a global tour in support of American Beauty/American Psycho, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 album chart upon its release in January on DCD2/Island Records. FOB’s trip encompassed their Boys of Zummer tour across North America with Wiz Khalifa (one of the featured guests on MAKE AMERICA PSYCHO AGAIN), June-August, climaxing with a night at the famed Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.
American Beauty/American Psycho was Fall Out Boy’s sixth studio album, and their third #1 Soundscan debut (after the RIAA platinum Infinity On High entered at #1 in 2007; and Save Rock And Roll entered at #1 in 2013). American Beauty/American Psycho spun off three solid chart singles for the band: the RIAA 4x platinum “Centuries” (#4 Alternative and Top 10 on the Hot 100); the RIAA 2x platinum “Uma Thurman” (Top 10 on the Mainstream Top 40); and the new single “Irresistible (feat. Demi Lovato)” (AB/AP also includes an alternative version of “Immortals,” the band’s RIAA gold, UK #1 single from the record-setting Disney film, Big Hero 6 soundtrack.)
Hailing from Chicago, Fall Out Boy – Patrick Stump (vocals/guitar), Pete Wentz (bass), Joe Trohman (guitar), and Andy Hurley (drums) – has appeared on the covers of Rolling Stone and other prestigious publications. They have performed on NBC’s Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, CBS’s The Late Show with David Letterman, ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, Conan, and many more. In addition to their Grammy® nod, Fall Out Boy has won four MTV VMAs and, in the UK, five Kerrang! Awards.
|February 25||San Juan, Puerto Rico||Coliseo De Puerto Rico – Jose Miguel Agrelot|
|February 26||Hollywood, FL||Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Hollywood|
|March 1||N. Charleston, SC||North Charleston Coliseum|
|March 2||Charlottesville, VA||John Paul Jones Arena|
|March 4||New York, NY||Madison Square Garden SOLD OUT|
|March 5||Mashantucket, CT||Foxwoods Resort Casino SOLD OUT|
|March 6||Syracuse, NY||War Memorial Arena at The Oncenter|
|March 8||Grand Rapids, MI||Van Andel Arena|
|March 9||Dayton, OH||Wright State University Nutter Center|
|March 10||Louisville, KY||KFC Yum! Center|
|March 12||Chicago, IL||United Center|
|March 13March 14||St Paul, MinneapolisDes Moines, IA||Xcel Energy CenterWells Fargo Arena|
|March 17||Birmingham, AL||BJCC Arena|
|March 18||Memphis, TN||FedEx Forum|
|March 19||New Orleans, LA||Smoothie King Center|
|March 20||San Antonio, TX||Freeman Coliseum|
|March 22||Wichita, KS||INTRUST Bank Arena|
|March 23||Colorado Springs, CO||Broadmoor World Arena|
|March 25||Phoenix, AZ||Talking Stick Resort Arena|
|March 26||Irvine, CA||Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre|