Fall Out Boy: 'We Will Be Record Breakers'
The rockers were due to kick off their ambitious 24-hour record-breaking trek around the world on Tuesday, but were forced to postpone the trip - which included a show in Antarctica - due to bad weather.
However, their rescheduled outing on Wednesday was also affected by the weather and subsequently scrapped. Bassist Pete Wentz described the cancellation as an "utter f**king disappointment", and band members feared the Guinness Book of World Records would no longer take their record-breaking proposals seriously. So, drummer Andy Hurley has revealed they will achieve an entry into the legendary book by simply "doing it" - and promises their plans are much more ambitious than before.
He tells MTV.com, "We're going to make this happen. And we're going to do it first. We got so close, and I'm not the kind of person who'd bail on this. I like the adventure of doing something crazy, and this new plan is super crazy. Remember when you hear about it. It started here."
"It's going to be much bigger. But it's definitely going to happen. The thing about this trip was that there was always a chance it might not happen - (we said we were) 'attempting to set a world record' - but we're not going to attempt anything the next time. We're just gonna do it."
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