Soooo, Panic! premiered their music video for ‘Ready To Go’ today and I find it NECESSARY to spend time screen capping and harvesting all the gifs that the fan community is exploding with. I
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 »
There are times in my life when, although my playlist is a good 10 songs in length, I just CANNOT stop repeating a few of them. It’s like a serious song-a-holic addiction. Right now, I
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
As you may or may not know, Panic! At The Disco is coming out with a new album next week called Vices and Virtues. While I beg of thee to remain seated and contain
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?
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,
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
What is it with that 16th century masterpiece that is suddenly so… relevant?
A couple weeks ago we got to hear Panic at the Disco‘s first
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
So, if you’re like me, you are holding your breath with excitement over the upcoming new Panic! at the Disco album.
We should really stop that, though. Humans need to breath. Breathing is good for us.
We’ve been waiting patiently (kinda) for more information on the next album from Panic! at the Disco. Of course, the album has been delayed due to several factors, including founding member Ryan Ross and replacement