The latest edition to Panic! At The Disco’s discography, and fifth overall release, ‘Death Of A Bachelor’ is nothing short of genius. The eclectic mix of genres, melodies and beats is something you wouldn’t typically come to expect in one album, but in this circumstance it just works. A follow up from the 2013 album ‘Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!’, the proverbial last man standing of the original line-up, lead singer Brendon Urie, has once more taken Panic! in his own direction, mixing a Vegas-esque tone with music you’d expect on stage musicals. Continue reading Album Review: Panic! At The Disco: Death Of A Bachelor
With summer coming to an end and many of us heading back to school, I felt that it would be best to end summer 2014 with some of my favorite songs that remind me of the season. This playlist is bound to have at least one of your favorite songs old or new. Enjoy, and to those of you returning to classes soon, have a great school year!
Atlanta Panic! At The Disco fans who attended tonight’s show at The Tabernacle were forced to evacuate after cracking the venue’s floor. Luckily, no injuries were reported. However, much disappointment has been reported from the fans who wanted to see the band play only to hear the first two songs of their set. Singer, Brendon Urie, promises they’ll return to see their Georgian fans in the summer. Continue reading Panic! At The Tabernacle