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The group's sixth studio effort will be available everywhere on January 20, 2015 via DCD2/Island Records while its title track will arrive digitally on December 8.
Patrick Stump and his bandmates transform into gladiators and are forced to fight against a huge and super strong opponent in the epic visuals.
The song comes with a video which simply sees a white vinyl disc that looks like Baymax's head spins as it plays the track.
The remastered album that will be released on March 24 also features cover songs from Emeli Sande, Ed Sheeran, The Band Perry and Zac Brown Band among others.
The joint summer tour will kick off on June 19 at Xfinity Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut and wrap up at Sleep Train Pavilion in Concord, California on August 17.
While Patrick Stump is jailed and Pete Wentz and Andy Hurley are interrogated, dead guitarist Joe Trohman parties with Lee in the other world.
Along with Jason Derulo, Jennifer Hudson and Enrique Iglesias, the singer and the band will take the stage on the West Coast on Tuesday, December 31.
The clip, which serves as the sixth installment of the band's 'Young Blood Chrinicles' series, sees collaborator Foxes turning frontman Patrick Stump into a zombie.
The video uses footage of the band's worldwide tour in the summer of 2013, says bassist Pete Wentz.
The Patrick Stump-fronted band is joined by Big Sean to fight some unlikely foes in their latest 'Save Rock and Roll: The Young Blood Chronicles'.
The band performs their singles, 'My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)', 'Alone Together' and 'Sugar, We're Goin' Down'.
The Patrick Stump-fronted band, who recently shared a photo that sees them in a studio with Adams, explains that they have teamed up to record several songs in two marathon nights.
The pop punk quartet unveils another disturbing video, which is their fourth Young Blood Chronicles series clip.
The band's 'Save Rock and Roll' beats the hip-hop star's 'Indicud' for the No. 1 spot on the albums chart this week.
The 'Legally Blonde' star, who was accused of disobeying an officer's instruction when her husband was arrested for DUI, publicly says sorry and admits that she 'was disrespectful to the officer.'