Watch Panic! At The Disco's New 'Victorious' VideoThe clip features Brendon Urie's imagination running wild as he pursues the woman of his dreams.
Panic! At The Disco Announce New Album, Premiere 'Emperor's New Clothes' Video"This album is me. Running to the piano. Building a drum kit. Strumming a guitar."
Watch Many Marching Bands Play Fall Out Boy's 'Uma Thurman'The Ohio University band also covered Panic! At The Disco.
Listen to Panic! At The Disco's Lively New Song 'Victorious'The song sounds as if frontman Brendon Urie penned it on a napkin right after leaving a Las Vegas night club.
Panic! At The Disco's Brendon Urie Debuts New Favorite Song: 'Death of a Bachelor'Brendon Urie says the new Panic! At The Disco album is ready to go, and of all the tracks, "Death of a Bachelor" is his favorite.
David Bowie, Flaming Lips, T.I., More to Write Songs for SpongeBob MusicalWho will write "The Ballad of Squidward Tentacles"?
Panic! At The Disco's Brendon Urie Wrote 'Hallelujah' to Thank Fans"Hallelujah" was the first song recorded since losing his drummer, Spencer Smith, last year.
Panic! at the Disco Debut New Song 'Hallelujah': ListenThe first single from the band's upcoming new album.
Dillon Francis Drops 'Love in the Middle of a Firefight' featuring Brendon Urie: ListenThe song comes from Francis' first full-length album, out later this month.
The Top 5 Performances from the 2014 Alternative Press Music AwardsHere are our top five highlights of the evening, featuring A Day to Remember, Brendon Urie and much, much more.
Panic! At the Disco Counter-Troll, Donate $20 for Every Protesting Westboro Baptist Church Member at ConcertDays after the church threatened to picket the band's show, Panic! at the Disco respond on Twitter to the church's threats and promised to give $20 to a LGBT charity for every member of the church that showed up outside their concert.
Westboro Baptist Church Writes Homophobic Panic! At the Disco ParodyAfter losing their ferocious leader Fred Phelps, the Westboro Baptist Church have resorted to extreme measures to maintain interest in their radical organization. One of which is recording rather hateful covers of dated songs.