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Joe Trohman of Fall Out Boy Talks About Reuniting and Writing 'Save Rock and Roll'
Once you get past a certain age, it seems like all your favorite bands start breaking up. Or worse: they announce they're going on "indefinite hiatus," that amorphous cloud of time to be that basically says "It's all over, but we're maliciously allowing you to continue to hope for a reunion." In the mid-late 2000s, going on hiatus was the thing to do, with Blink-182, the Starting Line, and Fall Out Boy all calling it quits (for the time being). All three of these bands have since come back from the dead, but it was Fall Out Boy, who play Mohegan Sun Arena on Thursday night, who re-emerged from their time off the most prepared. (Blink-182 coincidentally also play Mohegan Sun this week, on Sunday.)
By Alison Geisler
September 3, 2013