The Fall Out Boy bassist and figurehead watched the Metallica doc forward of the recording of his group’s eighth studio album, the forthcoming So Much (for) Stardust.
Metallica: Some Sort of Monster shines a lightweight on the typically tense recording of the steel band’s 2003 album, St. Anger, and goes behind the scenes on the addition of now-longtime Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo after former member Jason Newsted‘s departure.
Immediately, it provides a novel have a look at a veteran band nonetheless on the climb. Maybe that is what Wentz took from it when he watched it whereas getting ready. Fall Out Boy fashioned in 2001, Metallica in 1981.
“Earlier than we began engaged on the [new] file, I used to be watching Some Sort of Monster,” Wentz tells Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1. “By some means in my head, I all the time thought that they had been a band for 30 or 40 years.”
He continues, “I do not actually know why however I used to be like, oh, we have been a band the identical size that they had been a band after they shot this, which is only a actually bizarre mirror to look into.”
Apparently, different members of Fall Out Boy additionally watched Some Sort of Monster, or a minimum of spoke with Wentz concerning the steel doc. That features lead singer and guitarist Patrick Stump.
“As a result of what you had been saying, the factor about, ‘Do they get alongside?'” Stump provides. “There’s so many issues that should line up for a band to make a file at this level, not to mention an excellent one.”
On Wednesday (Jan. 18), Fall Out Boy launched the primary single from So A lot (for) Stardust, “Love From the Other Side.” They’ve issued a hits compilation and an EP since their final album, 2017’s M A N I A.
So A lot (for) Stardust arrives March 24.
Fall Out Boy, “Love From the Different Facet” (Music Video)
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