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David Comes To Life comes to life in Fucked Up's new video, featuring a love triangle situation (David, Veronica, Octavio, all accounted for) that will be familiar to owners of FU's latest LP. Matt…   Read Story »
Here's the sequel to last year's popular heartbreak of a mixtape, Cruel Summer. That one was worn, forlorn, and sexual, it was the soundtrack arc to your winter romance burning up and melting in the…   Read Story »
This show was incredibly sweaty. It was also really great, but the lead line must capture the scene, and the scene was full-coated body wetness in 285 Kent, the recently renovated and nicely…   Read Story »
We still have plenty of time and music left in 2011, but since we're at the halfway (or so) mark, we thought it made sense to pause and take stock of the best albums of the year so far. There was…   Read Story »
The excellent scene-setting Scott Cudmore-directed video for David Comes To Life's "Queen Of Hearts" is as epic as you'd hope it'd be, though probably even better. Think School Of Rock with a wartime…   Read Story »
Touring in support of the critically acclaimed David Comes To Life, Fucked Up played Yonge-Dundas Square's outside stage yesterday as part of the annual NXNE Music Festival. Check out pics from the…   Read Story »
Fucked Up's Damian Abraham is a blogger and host for MuchMusic's The Wedge. He sat down with Arcade Fire's Win and Will Butler for this 30-minute documentary about the band, post-Grammy, post-Juno,…   Read Story »
As mentioned on multiple occasions, David Comes To Life is a great album -- one of the year's best -- and a more-than-decent "Rock Opera." Read up on the characters and storyline while you stream the…   Read Story »
At eight tracks and just over a half-hour, this month's mix compiles the most compelling freely released tracks of the past few weeks. It's bookended by guitars rooted in psychedelic jangle and…   Read Story »
On their excellent, highly listenable "rock opera" David Comes To Life, Fucked Up continue to expand and add layers while remaining true to their original core. Outside the sound, I like that since…   Read Story »