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NEWS: Winners of The APMAs 2016 confirmed!

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Once again proving to be one of the most prestigious evenings of celebrating today’s rock talent all year around, the 2016 edition of The APMAs saw a string of winners, including Neck Deep, You Me At Six, Marilyn Manson, The Ghost Inside, Yellowcard, State Champs, and two awards going towards both Panic! At The Disco and Twenty One Pilots too.

You can see the full list of winners and their respective winning award categories below:

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ALBUM: Patrick Stump – Soul Punk

Release Date: October 17th, 2011
Label: Mercury
Website: www.patrickstump.com
MySpace: www.myspace.com/patrickstump

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When Fall Out Boy announced their hiatus back in 2009, it didn’t really come as a surprise. The rumour mill had been working twice as hard, and it was no secret to the world that the band was thinking of having a break for a while. However, fans were still disappointed, as when a band “is on hiatus”, more often than not the hiatus lasts until the break-up is announced. Patrick Stump has assured the fans that this will not be the case, though: “Fall Out Boy is just not planning anything right now. I would be very, very surprised if we don’t do another record again”.

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VIDEO: Patrick Stump – This City

Former Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump has just unveiled the music video for his upcoming single, ‘This City’, which features a guest appearance from Lupe Fiasco. It’s a bit different from his days in FOB, but make your own opinion:

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EP: Patrick Stump – Truant Wave

Release Date: February 22nd, 2011
Label: Nervous Breakdance Media
Website: www.patrickstump.com
MySpace: www.myspace.com/patrickstump

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It seems Fall Out Boy‘s hiatus has left Patrick Stump seriously lacking in a musical outlet following the break. We;ve all seen his a’capella medley on YouTube: a weird mash-up of hip-hop hits belted out by the frontman with smug sincerity. Latest EP ‘Truant Wave’ has been described by Stump himself as “songs I felt strongly about but didn’t have place for within the narrative of soul punk”. The tracks have another common thread, all over-produced and terribly forgetful.

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