8 Songs, 13 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After platinum records, a clutch of chart-topping singles, a publicized three-year hiatus, and a wildly successful reformation, Fall Out Boy returns to its roots with PAX AM Days, a grungy hardcore EP recorded in just two days at producer Ryan Adam's notable Pax Americana Recording Company. The result is a refreshing mélange of reckless tempos, fuzzy guitars, and incredible brevity—only one song reaches the two-minute threshold. Even though the raw production makes a gritty counterbalance to the band's more lushly orchestrated work, PAX AM Days is still undoubtedly Fall Out Boy—made recognizable by the huge hooks and unforgettable voice of singer Patrick Stump.

EDITORS’ NOTES

After platinum records, a clutch of chart-topping singles, a publicized three-year hiatus, and a wildly successful reformation, Fall Out Boy returns to its roots with PAX AM Days, a grungy hardcore EP recorded in just two days at producer Ryan Adam's notable Pax Americana Recording Company. The result is a refreshing mélange of reckless tempos, fuzzy guitars, and incredible brevity—only one song reaches the two-minute threshold. Even though the raw production makes a gritty counterbalance to the band's more lushly orchestrated work, PAX AM Days is still undoubtedly Fall Out Boy—made recognizable by the huge hooks and unforgettable voice of singer Patrick Stump.

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