Patrick Stump Runs Through His Rig with Premier Guitar

Premier Guitar recently caught up with the guys in Fall Out Boy during a tour stop just outside of Nashville, and frontman Patrick Stump walked them through all his gear, including his signature Stump-O-Matic guitar. "When I had this designed, I really was going for something that was a Swiss Army knife," Stump said.  "I

Fall Out Boy Conclude Young Blood Chronicles

Since February 2013, Fall Out Boy has been releasing one music video at a time in support of Save Rock and Roll as part of an ongoing series titled The Young Blood Chronicles. The Chronicles, which featured appearances from album collaborators Courtney Love, Big Sean and Foxes, as well as cameos from 2 Chainz and Tommy Lee, tell

Fall Out Boy Performs Two Tracks on Kimmel

As their album Save Rock and Roll continues to burn up the radio waves, Fall Out Boy was recently featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where they tore through two of their new tracks. Check out the guys igniting the audience with "Alone Together" and "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light 'Em Up)" in

Patrick Stump Discusses His New Gretsch Signature Model

Fall Out Boy is back and better than ever in 2013, and so is singer/guitarist Patrick Stump’s signature Gretsch guitar model, the G5135CVT-PS Stump-O-Matic Patrick Vaughn Stump Signature Electromatic® CVT, as seen (and heard) below. In this video clip, Stump himself gives you a guided tour of the guitar, which now features a white finish

Fall Out Boy Rock Reading Festival

Fall Out Boy definitely gave the fans what they wanted at their Reading Festival set, rolling through several of their greatest hits, such as "Sugar, We're Going Down" and "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race." In addition, Fall Out Boy touched on two of their popular new songs, "The Phoenix" and "My Songs

Watch Fall Out Boy on Fallon and Today

Fall Out Boy was recently featured on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and the Today show, where they played a few of their new hits and an old classic. From their latest album Save Rock and Roll, Fall Out Boy pulled out their two most recent singles – “The Phoenix” and “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up).” The quartet also played “Sugar, We’re Going Down” and did an interview with Today. Watch both of Fall Out Boy’s appearances in the clips after the jump and visit their official website to check out their remaining 2013 tour dates.

Check Out This Stump-O-Matic Tattoo

Fall Out Boy superfan Cordia Jester, who founded the music blog Hit It Off Media, has a special tattoo in the works. Posting the photo above on Instagram, Jester is close to finishing a tribute to Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump and his signature Gretsch Stump-O-Matic Electromatic CVT. When contacted about the custom ink,

Fall Out Boy Light Up Leno

Fall Out Boy continue to ride the wave of success of new album Save Rock and Roll with an appearance last week on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. The quartet played their latest single “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up),” with singer Patrick Stump clutching a white version of his signature Gretsch Stump-O-Matic Electromatic CVT guitars. Watch the guys do their thing at the end of the full episode after the jump and visit Fall Out Boy’s official website for more information.

Fall Out Boy Plays New Tune on Kimmel

After taking a hiatus in 2010, Fall Out Boy recently reunited, announcing a new album Save Rock and Roll and supporting tour this May and June. As part of their comeback, the band stopped by the Jimmy Kimmel Live stage to perform the album’s lead single, “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up).” For an added bonus, each member of Fall Out Boy donned a skeleton costume to add some drama to the proceedings. Check out the clip after the jump and visit Fall Out Boy’s official Facebook page for more information.

Stump Shares New Solo Album Details

Gretsch signature artist Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy fame has announced new details regarding his solo album. Soul Punk should be out in February, Stump told MTV News via email, also noting that it’s  “changed dramatically from the album I alluded to a year ago." Stump also promised MTV that the album’s first single,