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We Put A Bunch Of Bands Through The Old Age Filter On FaceApp

What are Foo Fighters, twenty one pilots, Halestorm, Green Day and more going to look like in their later years? Well…

It’s been two years since FaceApp launched, but the hilarious filtering tool has gone viral once more thanks to the Age Challenge, in which it cleverly edits your current photos and shows what you’re going to look like in your later years.

You’ve probably all already run the app over your own selfies, so we decided to stick a bunch of our favourite bands through the app. For convenience’s sake (and because the most basic version of the app seemingly only lets you select one person at a time), we put the frontperson/vocalist through the filter – which almost makes it funnier when you compare them to their still-young bandmates next to them.

Brace yourselves…

Foo Fighters Face App
Mike Shinoda Face App
Green Day Face App

Tyler Joseph – twenty one pilots

Twenty One Pilots Face App

Alex Gaskarth – All Time Low

All Time Low Face App

Tom DeLonge – Angels & Airwaves

Tom De Longe Face App

Oli Sykes – Bring Me The Horizon

Bmth Face App

Awsten Knight – Waterparks

Waterparks Face App

Lzzy Hale – Halestorm

Halestorm Face App

Brendon Urie – Panic! At The Disco

Panic At The Disco Face App
Stone Sour Face App

Aimee Interrupter – The Interrupters

The Interrupters Face App

Rob Damiani – Don Broco

Don Broco Face App

Amy Lee – Evanescence

Evanescence Face App
Frank Iero Face App

M Shadows – Avenged Sevenfold

Avenged Sevenfold Face App

Mark Hoppus – blink-182

Blink 182 Face App
Posted on July 17th 2019, 11:53am
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