Fall Out Boy’s collaborative effort with Ryan Adams have been revealed in their entirety today, with new mini-album Pax-Am Days being streamed online in full a week before its official release.
Set for a digital release on Tuesday, 15th October, the record has been compared to a mixtape, rather than an album, and is expected to be released in a number of formats once the digital service has run its course.
As fans will know, Pax-Am Days is the end result of two action-packed nights of recording at Ryan Adam’s Pax AM studios. Recorded back in July, it wasn’t immediately clear what, if any, intentions the band had for the new material.
It became clear that an full-release was on the cards just last week when lead track Love, Sex, Death made its way online. One of 8 expected new tracks, Love, Sex, Death was also serviced with a music video.
In the near future, Pax-Am Days will also be available as a bundle package with orders of Save Rock And Roll before it’s released as a standalone vinyl in late November. The band will be performing Down Under in a matter of weeks, though it’s not yet know whether the rough-as-guts goodness within Pax-Am Days has made it to their setlist.
Listen: Fall Out Boy – Pax-Am Days (full album)
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