04:03 pm
14 October 2019

Panic! At The Disco

Panic! At The Disco

The band Panic! At The Disco is releasing a new album called Pray for the Wicked on June 22nd. It can be preordered now.

Panic! At The Disco is an American rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada. They formed in 2004 with their current vocalist Brendon Urie, accompanied on tour by Kenneth Harris, drummer Dan Pawlovich, and bassist Nicole Row. They were founded by childhood friends Ryan Ross, Spencer Smith, Brent Wilson and Urie. They recorded their first demos when they were in high school. Shortly after, they recorded and released their debut studio album, “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out” (2005). They are influenced by past rock bands like The Beatles, Zombies, and The Beach Boys.

On every album that Panic! At The Disco has released, they have always had a themed cover, which would would go with some of the songs. The first album was a bunch of people with different styles and times, while their second one was a vintage cover with floral. Their third album was them sitting in front of  antiques. The fifth album had Brandon Urie smoking. The picture is black and white except the cigarette smoke. And their final album before their new one is Brandon laying on a roof, while a car is sinking in a pool.

Q:  Do you listen to Panic! At The Disco? Are you excited for the new Panic! album? Why? Would you go see them on tour?

Senior Antony Membreno said he’s excited for the new album because he’s ready to hear something new from them. He’d like to go see them on tour when their new album is released.

Jannely Urrutia doesn’t listen to Panic! At The Disco.

Kimberly Membreno used to listen to Panic! at the Disco, but is super excited for the new album because she thinks their music is pretty good and they are awesome. And she’d love to go see them on tour.

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