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In our feature on Fucked Up's fourth album, vocalist Damian Abraham shed some light on the thought process behind Glass Boys: "It’s about being in a ’subversive’ young people band and waking up…   Read Story »
Music has the ability to communicate a wide emotional spectrum, and this week's 5 Best Songs do just that. Whether it be Porter Robinson giving us some anthemic waves of synth, or Cam'ron going in on…   Read Story »
Fucked Up's excellent new album Glass Boys is out in a few short weeks, and you should be excited. We've posted the early songs "Paper The House" and "Led By Hand," and now they've got a video for…   Read Story »
We've already heard one track from Fucked Up's forthcoming Glass Boys, and the Canadian epic-hardcore band just dropped another. "Led By Hand" kind of combines the soaring, atmospheric emo of Sunny…   Read Story »
Fucked Up are about to release their epic 18-minute single "Year Of The Dragon," the latest in their long line of Zodiac 12" releases. On the B-side, they've covered a couple of ancient, obscure…   Read Story »
In a sense, Stephen Malkmus and Fucked Up's Damian Abraham are the chilled-out yin and the amped-up yang of the Matador Records roster. So it only makes sense that they more or less complete each…   Read Story »
Fucked Up's next full-length, Glass Boys, isn't due until 6/3, but the band's latest single could almost pass for a full-length. "Year Of The Dragon," the newest entry in the Toronto hardcore…   Read Story »
We skipped 5 Best Songs last week due to SXSW, and came back to a Week In Music so overcrowded with options that we could have easily filled two or more such lists and still had worthy songs to argue…   Read Story »
When Tom talked to Fucked Up about the making of their upcoming album, the band's frontman, Damian Abraham, said his lyrical themes this time around were personal rather than character-driven.…   Read Story »
In December, I went to Toronto to talk to Fucked Up as the band was finishing up the recording of their fourth album. I heard a few bits and pieces of the LP, and those bits and pieces were enough to…   Read Story »