Fall Out Boy have revealed details of their upcoming new album, Pax Am Days, and premiered their brand new single. See the video for 'Love, Sex, Death' and the album's artwork and tracklisting below.
Pax Am Death is a mini-album produced by alt-folk hero Ryan Adams, and will be available digitally and on a limited edition bonus version of previous album, Save Rock & Roll - due for release on 15 October.
Rolling Stone reports that the eight-track release was recorded at Adams' Pax Am studio in Los Angeles.
"[Guitarist] Joe [Trohman]'s hair was super huge both days and Patrick [Stump] sang his vocals in the front yard of the studio facing the 7-11 on Sunset Boulevard," said Adams of the session.
The band have also unveiled a video for an energetic, hard rock track 'Love, Sex, Death.
"These are cave paintings, scrawled to just let the world know we were here," said bassist Pete Wentz of the clip. "This video is made up of footage we shot ourselves on our worldwide tour in the summer of 2013."
Watch the video for 'Love, Sex, Death' below
See the artwork for Pax Am Days below
The tracklisting is as follows:
1) We Were Doomed From The Start (The King Is Dead)
2) Art of Keeping Up Disappearances
3) Hot To the Touch, Cold On the Inside
4) Love, Sex, Death
5) Eternal Summer
7) American Made
8) Caffeine Cold
Meanwhile, the US band recently announced a one-off show in London, on 5 November 2013, and a after much speculation, have announced full UK and European dates for early next year.
"Been dropping hints, but now it’s time to let the cat out of the bag," said the band in a statement on their Facebook page. "UK + Europe we’re bringing the Save Rock and Roll tour to you next year."
The band will perform in Cardiff, Birmingham, Manchester, Dublin, London, Newcastle and Glasgow in March 2014. Full dates below.
28-Feb - Madrid, Spain @ Palacio Vistalegre Arena
1-Mar - Barcelona, Spain @ Palau Sant Jordi
2-Mar - Toulouse, France @ Le Phare
4-Mar - Luxembourg, Luxembourg @ Rockhal
6-Mar - Lille, France @ Le Zénith-Arena
7-Mar - Cologne, Germany @ Palladium
8-Mar - Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Heineken Music Hall
11-Mar - Brussels, Belgium @ Ancienne Belgique
12-Mar - Paris, France @ Le Zenith
15-Mar - Cardiff, Wales @ Motorpoint Arena
16-Mar - Birmingham, England @ NIA
17-Mar - Manchester, England @ Phones 4 U Arena
18-Mar - Dublin, Ireland @ Olympia Theatre
20-Mar - London, England @ Wembley Arena
21-Mar - Newcastle, England @ Metro FM Arena
22-Mar - Glasgow, Scotland @ The SSE Hydro
Tickets for the shows go on sale on Friday 4 October, 2013 at 10am. For more information visit Gigwise Gig Tickets.
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