It is finally here! The music video for the next single off of Vices and Virtues! This is the song Brendon told Buzznet really set the tone for the entire album. What do you think? PS. Yesterday we flipped out at the tour announcement. Panic! + Neon Trees + Black Cards = EXCITE PPS. SUPER… More »
Buzznet caught up with Panic! at the Disco at the W Hotel in Hollywood on their album release day and before their performance for Stride Shift contest winners. They talked about film influences (good news
Panic at the Disco played an intimate show in Hollywood for 100 lucky winners of the Stride Shift contest (and some friends) on 3/22/11.
Not sure if you should check out Panic! at the Disco’s new album Vices and Virtues? Well, here, lemme show you this mathematically. Kind of.
The first half of Panic’s
Panic at the Disco played Stubb’s BBQ on 3/19/11 and the crowd got to hear “Ready To Go” for the very first time!
PATD took the stage before The Bravery as part of Austin’s SXSW 2011 Music Conference. Photos taken by Loren Wohl
So, Panic! at the Disco won’t be officially releasing their new album Vices and Virtues until next Tuesday, but there’s plenty to be excited about RIGHT NOW.
Don’t believe me? Well, how about the fact that
Short film featuring the music of Panic! at the Disco from their upcoming album Vices and Virtues. Starring Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith, directed by Shane Drake. What do you guys think?
So, with their new album set to release IN A MATTER OF WEEKS and following up on the awesome that is their video for “The Ballad of Mona Lisa,” Panic! at the Disco has
Panic at the Disco are back! They played an intimate show at the Roxy in Hollywood on 3/1/11
Brendon and Spencer talk about the making of their new album Vices and Virtues, what their younger selves would think of where they are now and more! …am I the only one who REALLY wants to fix that bit of Brendon’s hair that is sticking up? It’s bugging me.
Good news, giddy Panic fans–Vices and Virtues release date was pushed up from 3/29 to 3/22!
Does that mean it’ll leak a week early too? I mean,
Earlier today, while I was busy e-stalking NewAgeAmazon, I just so happened to click on her video premier post for “The Ballad of Mona Lisa” by P!ATD. I couldn’t help but notice how steamy it is. Hell, there are gears all over Brendon’s arm. Since I wish I could dress more dapper like and not… More »
So, I figure right now with the news that just broke about Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz, there is a certain section of the internet that could use some cheering up, or at least
Collaboration ideas consisting of two artists that we hope, or fear, will one day come true.
Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith go full steampunk and play a funeral best described as, well…pretty odd.
SORRY, COULD NOT HELP MYSELF!
Anyway, here’s the new video. For those of you who can’t see it yet, never
Okay, okay, I KNOW. We’re kind of overloading you on Panic! news right now, but with the album releasing in March and “The Ballad of Mona Lisa” playing on repeat, we’re a little bit excited.
Back in 2006, Panic! at the Disco was an ambitious young band touring with a major stageshow. While playing music from their debut album A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, the band had a theatrical
March lurches ever closer, tempting us with a list of anticipated releases. And the artists releasing albums ALSO tempt, tease and tickle us with news and information about albums we won’t hear for over a