The pop punk quartet unveils the disturbing new clip for a track off their comeback album 'Save Rock and Roll'.
Pop punk band Fall Out Boy gets manhandled in their new music video for "Young Volcanoes", the third single off their brand new album "Save Rock and Roll". The disturbing three-minute-forty-second clip is also the third of eleven videos that the group is set to release for each of the tracks in their comeback LP, marking their return after a three-year break taken by the band members to pursue each of their own solo projects.
Frontman Patrick Stump, bassist Pete Wentz, guitarist Joe Trohman, and drummer Andy Hurley are seen being dragged blindfolded towards a dining table, appearing to have been kidnapped as they struggle from being tied down by their female captors. The band seems to be on this ongoing fetish of being caught and tortured, much like what happened to them in "The Phoenix".
They are force-fed with a lavish but stomach-churning feast of an illegal substance smoked with a hookah, internal organs (which might have been taken from the men themselves, judging from their stitches), and wine (or it might as well have been blood) to match the carnivorous meal. Then in a sudden twist, dream-like sequence, the captives join the hot girl death squad as they start to party around the gory dining set-up, dining and dancing around the table as their sexy mercenaries took their clothes off flashing their tops.
Fall Out Boy is coming off recent attention-grabbing appearances on TV, dressing-up in their glowing skeletons costumes for "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and dishing out their Spinal Tap mockumentary on stand-up comedian Conan O'Brien's late night talk show.
Fall Out Boy's "Young Volcanoes" music video