Fall Out Boy Release Video w. Scenes from Fort Henry

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The official music video for Fall Out Boy’s “Centuries” was released today, featuring scenes shot at Kingston’s Fort Henry in late August.

It depicts the four band members battling as gladiators against a formidable opponent in a large coliseum, with the interiors from Fort Henry scattered throughout the video. Local fans were also called up to perform as extras for those scenes.

On the video’s Youtube page, the band states that it was made possible with the support of the Ontario Media Development Corporation.

‘Centuries’ is Fall Out Boy’s first single from their untitled sixth album. It premiered on September 8 on BBC Radio 1 with a worldwide release the following day. The album’s release date has not yet been announced, however the song can be downloaded now on iTunes.

Fall Out Boy also released their new single “Immortals” this week, which will appear on the soundtrack of Disney’s upcoming animated film Big Hero 6, that hits theaters next month.

You can check out the band on their website or on Facebook and Twitter for tour information and to find out when their new album will be released.

Learn more about Fort Henry at their website or visit them this month for their Fort Fright Halloween event.


[watch on Youtube]