Panic! at the Disco
“Hallelujah” was the first song recorded since losing his drummer, Spencer Smith, last year.
The first single from the band’s upcoming new album.
The song comes from Francis’ first full-length album, out later this month.
Here 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 Concert
Days 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.
After 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.
If you’re a fan of Idina Menzel and Imagine Dragons, next week’s MLB All-Star Week just got a little more entertaining.
No one could stop Miley Cyrus this week on the charts. Though Panic at the Disco, Drake and Justin Timberlake tried their hardest.
A weak week, but Pusha T edges ever closer to a decent 2013 rap album, while several ’90s relics resurface only to make us miss their hey days. This is New Releases.
“I think why some of the songs do have that darkly romantic feel to them is because I was just preparing to get married,” singer Brandon Urie said.
The latest single from their fourth LP ‘Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die’.
Despite Panic At The Disco’s success with their new single, “Miss Jackson,” drummer Spencer Smith announced Wednesday that he would pull himself off the band’s tour schedule to work on his sobriety.
The drummer explains how Xanax and Vicodin came to become part of his daily life, and how deeply he fell into addiction before he was able to finally enter treatment.
Panic! At The Disco have released “Miss Jackson,” featuring Lolo, the first single from their upcoming fourth album, “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!,” due in stores October 8. No, it is not a cover of the OutKast song.