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STREAM: Panic! At The Disco – “This Is Gospel (Popeska Start Of Spring Remix)”

A remix of Panic! At The Disco‘s track “This Is Gospel” is now available to stream and download through Popeska’s SoundCloud.

Head after the jump to hear “This Is Gospel (Popeska Start of Spring Remix).” “This Is Gospel” comes from the band’s 2013 release, Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! from Fueled By Ramen and Decaydance.

The band will be heading overseas at the end of April and into May. They will also be hitting up cities throughout the United States this summer on The Gospel Tour with Walk The Moon, Magic Man and Youngblood Hawke. …

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WATCH: Panic! At The Disco Premiere Video for “Nicotine”

Panic! At The Disco dropped the video for “Nicotine” earlier today, marking the fourth official music video from the new record, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!. Far less risqué than “Girls/Girls/Boys” and a touch more entertaining than “This Is Gospel,” “Nicotine” is an artistic and addictive video shot solely in black and white, displaying P!ATD mastermind Brendon Urie battling with a love affair just out of reach.

When talking to Rolling Stone, Urie said “Nicotine” is, “about that girl (or guy) that you know is bad for you but you just keep going back. It’s …

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Jon Walker (Ex-Panic! At The Disco) Releases Second LP ‘Connections’

Yesterday, Jon Walker, the former bassist of Panic! At The Disco, released his second full-length album, Connections, and you can listen to/download it here, through BandCamp.

As mentioned, Connections is Walker’s second album, acting as a follow up to 2011’s New Songs and two EPs. The record consists of 12 tracks, all of which Walker wrote, composed, mixed, and mastered.

Though in the past, Walker has described himself as a folk-pop artist, Connections certainly does not seem bound to one particular genre–slow acoustic ditties are preceded by grungy rock n’ roll hooks, only to be followed by …

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Watch Brendon Urie Perform Billy Joel’s “Big Shot” At The Kennedy Center Honors

If you had absolutely nothing to watch last night because Bob’s Burgers and The Walking Dead are on break, then you stumbled upon The Kennedy Center Honors on CBS. If you happened to have something else to do, then you missed Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie paying tribute to one of this year’s honorees, Billy Joel.

The piano man seemed amused as Urie took on “Big Shot” in a flashy suit that went nicely with all the runs and growls he added to the performance. I’m not sure Joel knew who the young lad singing his song was, but …

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Panic! at the Disco Schedule TV Performances

Panic! at the Disco are saying goodbye to 2013 and kicking off 2014 will a handful of television performances spanning the holidays.

The band will perform at the 36th Annual Kennedy Honors on Sunday, December 29 at 9p.m. EST on CBS. Panic! vocalist Brendon Urie will perform a special cover of “Big Shot” in honor of Billy Joel. The program as a whole honors people such as Martina Arroyo, Herbie Hancock, Billy Joel, Shirley MacLaine and Carlos Santana.

As part of FOX’s New Years Eve Live!, airing on December 31 at 11p.m. EST, the band will perform “Miss …

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Ryan Ross (Ex-P!ATD) Releases New Song

Former vocalist/guitarist of Panic! At The Disco, Ryan Ross, has been working on solo music since he parted ways with the band. Earlier today, he premiered another new demo titled “You’re Invited.” The song is available to stream by taking a look below. If you like what you hear, the song is available to download for free.

The song has some heavy electronic influence, and the vocals are distorted. It’s definitely something that is his own, and doesn’t have much resemblance to the music he produced when he was with P!ATD. He has plenty of other songs available …

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WEEKLY WAX: Vinyl Releases For The Week Of 11/24 – 11/30

Black Friday has come and gone, and if you’re anything like me, you probably spent just a little more money than you wanted to on records. The deals were just so good though!

Outside of all of the label sales, a lot of great records went up for sale this week. Circa Survive made the biggest waves with represses of their very hard to find albums, Juturna and On Letting Go, but ShopRadioCast piqued all of our interests with hints at a repressing of Brand New’s Deja Entendu. Check out the full list of new releases and news …

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Ryan Ross (Ex-Panic! at the Disco) Releases Two New Demos

Ryan Ross, the former lyricist for Panic! at the Disco has returned to music today with two new demos in tow.

The last we heard of Ross, he was providing some featured vocals for the recently ended More Amor.

“Thanks for waiting. I’m back now.” says Ross on his newly opened Soundcloud page.

Listen to two new demos for “Where I Belong” and “Off My Mind” below.…

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REVIEW: Panic! At The Disco – ‘Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!’

Artist: Panic! At the Disco
Album: Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!
Genre: Pop rock

Panic! At the Disco have never been afraid to take a risk. They perfected pop rock with a flair for the dramatic on their breakout debut, A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, an album they could have rinsed and repeated at least twice over and been equally successful every time. Instead, they elected for an organic, vintage sound on the follow-up, Pretty. Odd., and further showcased their versatility on Vices & Virtues. With their latest release, Too Weird To Live,

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UTG PHOTOS: Fall Out Boy & Panic! At The Disco (9/20/13)

Under The Gun recently sent photographer, Ryan Tuttle, to The Honda Center in Anaheim, CA on September 4, 2013.

On September 20, Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco, and Twenty One Pilots played to a sold out crowd at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA.

Unfortunately, I missed Twenty One Pilots‘ set by just a few minutes, but based off of the crowd’s enthusiasm, it was clear that I missed out on an epic performance.

Panic! At The Disco delivered an ear-shattering rock performance from start to finish. Lead singer, Brendon Urie, pranced about the stage effortlessly, all …

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Panic! At the Disco Announce Headlining Tour, Post New Music Video

Panic! At the Disco‘s new album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!, is in stores today, and the band is celebrating with the release of a music video for “Girls/Girls/Boys.”

The band also announced that they will kick off 2014 with the Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! Tour. The headlining run will cover much of the US and Canada, and The Colourist will be opening the majority of the dates. Tickets go on sale October 14.

Check out both the music video and the tour dates after the break. …

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Panic! At The Disco Stream New Album

‘This is gospel, for the fallen ones…’

Panic! At The Disco have surprised fans around the world this morning by streaming their entire new album a full week ahead of its scheduled release date.

Too Weird To Live, Too Young To Die was uploaded to PATD’s official YouTube account early Monday without the slightest hint of a teaser. The album features 10 new songs, including the singles “This Is Gospel” and “Ms. Jackson.” You can stream the album, in full, at the end of this post.

We had the pleasure of seeing Panic! At The Disco in concert less than …