"Shot through the heart, and you're to blame,
you give emo, a bad name (bad name)..."
Or. Something. Anyway, Fall Out Boy - perhaps you've seen their faces staring at you from the covers of such magazines as NME and Rock Sound - are to return to the studio this month to begin work on the follow-up to their successful Under The Cork Tree long-player.
Bassist Pete Wentz reckons the four-piece have as many as 20 songs ready to record. They were due to begin recording some weeks ago, but changes at their American label (Island) have seen their studio sessions delayed.
"We've been ready to record for about the last three weeks but ... there have been some changes at our label. Half the phone numbers I have for people at the label don't have people on the other end of them anymore. It slowed us slightly, but we're getting back to speed."
Wentz also confirmed that a single - presumably a song not already available - will be released before the year is out.