November 11, 2009 07:47:46 GMT
Fall Out Boy trace back their journey in music through montage of their music videos and concert footage which are compiled for 'Alpha Dog' music video.
Fall Out Boy have made public a music video in support of their new single "Alpha Dog". The scenes in the video are compiled from montage of their previous music videos and live concert footage. At the beginning, Pete Wentz calls some scenes in the video dangerous and warns fans not to imitate them.
"Alpha Dog" is one of the singles which is confirmed to appear in Fall Out Boy's first greatest hits album "Believers Never Die: Greatest Hits". The compilation set is plotted to arrive across United States on November 17. In addition to preparing to release the greatest hits album, they are also involved in the making of Lil Wayne's rock-themed album "Rebirth" along with Blink-182's drummer Travis Barker.
In another news, Pete Wentz revealed that Fall Out Boy will stop playing Michael Jackson's single "Beat It". He told MusicRadar, "We never got the chance to meet him. I don't even know if he heard it. We kind of recorded it on a whim, like, nine months before he passed away. We've decided not to play it anymore. It's his song, you know? We put it on the record because we did a video for it, but it's definitely his song."
"Beat It" was covered by the band for their 2008 live CD/DVD album "**** Live in Phoenix". It is also included as a bonus track for their fans in U.K. and Latin America who purchase the limited edition of album "Folie a Deux".
Fall Out Boy's "Alpha Dog" music video