In 2005, they ruled 'TRL.' By 2010, they were out of fashion. Now, the one-time emo kings are back with a daring, politically charged album: 'If you aren’t contributing to the conversation, people can forget you pretty quickly.'
Fall Out Boy talk to Billboard about their new album, 'American Beauty/American Psycho,' their family lives and their place in the music world. "It doesn't feel like anything is a given in today's music climate," says bassist Pete Wentz.