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Panic! At The Disco Announce “Girls/Girls/Boys” Inspired Shirts, Premiere Director’s Cut Music Video

Panic! At The Disco made a number of exciting announcements today, a couple of which there simply wasn’t enough space in the headline for.

First, the band revealed a director’s cut version of the music video for their single “Girls/Girls/Boys,” taken from their album Too Weird To Live, To Rare To Die!. That video is available to be viewed below the jump. In addition to the release of the video, P!ATD have announced that they just dropped two limited edition t-shirt styles that were inspired by the song. 100% of the proceeds from both of these shirts will be …

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Panic! At The Disco Donating $20 For Every Westboro Baptist Church Member Who Pickets Their Show

We recently posted a stream of the horrifying, bigoted version of Panic! At The Disco’s song “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” that was penned by Westboro Baptist Church members. After that caught the attention of thousands of people, they announced that they are picketing P!ATD’s performance in Kansas City. In response, the band has promised that they’ll donate $20 to the Human Rights Campaign for every WBC member to show up.

It looks like the band’s official Twitter has had some back and forth with the “church,” and in a recent tweet the band confirmed they will be bumping up …

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Westboro Baptist Church Releases Parody Of Panic! At The Disco’s “I Write Sins…”

Someone in the Westboro Baptist Church has a love for Panic! At The Disco that cannot be stopped.

Westboro Baptist Church, otherwise known as that religious group that believes ‘God hates fags’ and loves to picket events where there is no good reason for protest, have released a parody of Panic! At The Disco’s “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” that aims to push the group’s anti-gay agenda. The song, which has been fittingly re-titled “You Love Sins What A Tragedy,” features horrible vocals and laughable lyrics that are dripping with homophobic nonsense. Here’s a small sample to give you an …

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Pete Wentz Relaunches Decaydance Records As DCD2

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz has announced that he is relaunching and expanding his record label Decaydance as DCD2 Records.

Wentz originally launched Decaydance in 2005 as an imprint of Fueled By Ramen. The DCD2 roster includes previous Decaydance artists Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco, Cobra Starship and Travie McCoy/Gym Class Heroes. Joining these artists will be Lolo and New Politics. Lolo will be the first on the label to release new music. Wentz mentioned in the interview that there also will be an announcement from Cobra Starship shortly after.…

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UTG Presents: Another Endless Summer (Free Music Compilation)

After far too many months of winter, and a spring that disappeared almost as quickly as it arrived, the time has finally come to shed the winter worries and down blankets for the heat and skimpy clothing of summer. Yes, that time of the year when students run free and the sun sets well after eight at night has returned, and UTG has a brand new compilation to help make every road trip one you will remember for the rest of your life.

We have always tried to keep things interesting with our mixtapes, and for the last few years …

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Wu-Tang Clan And More To Participate In This Year’s Bumbershoot

There aren’t too many festivals that are hosted in the heart of a city. Most of them are on the outskirts or outside of the city limits altogether. Not Bumbershoot though. Bumbershoot is held in the middle of the city, right under Seattle’s famous Space Needle. The annual festival is always a fun experience, and following the recent lineup announcement it seems this year will be no exception.

The entire lineup has been announced for this year’s festival, and there are more than a few worth noting. The first notable group to make an appearance this year is Wu-Tang Clan

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Brendon Urie Allegedly Robbed of $127,000 By Former Roommate

According to a report by TMZ, Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco has filed a lawsuit against his former roommate, Shane Valdes, for stealing over $127,000 from him. This allegedly took place over a period of three years while the two men roomed together. Apparently Urie gave Valdes access to his accounts in order to pay for shared expenses, but it seems that he was taken advantage of in doing so. They are also reporting that Valdes claimed the money was for a documentary about Urie, but he has no recollection of communicating that with the ex-roommate.

Valdes is, …

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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 …