In early 2007, there was some controversy between Eisold and Fall Out Boy over possible plagiarism in the lyrics to the songs "The Carpal Tunnel of Love", "Golden", and "Bang the Doldrums" from the album Infinity on High. Eisold is given songwriting credits in the liner notes to the album (source) On Fall Out Boy's 2005 album, From Under the Cork Tree, Eisold is credited as
In 2006, Eisold was published in the Columbia Journal and in August 2007, he released his first collection of poems and prose, Deathbeds. He also worked with and edited Eric Paul of Arab On Radar's poetry collection, I Offered Myself As The Sea.
Cold cave: hardcore mopers find salvation in dance pop.(THE NEXT ANGSTY BOOTY-SHAKERS)(Wesley Eisold)(Brief article)
Jan 01, 2010; Darkness Lingers It took seven years of screaming about death and despair for Wesley Eisold to see that being relentlessly gloomy...