The Kerrang! Podcast met up with Brendon and Spencer from Panic! At The Disco backstage at their recent London show. They discuss how the performance went, having Will Smith in their video, the steampunk theme of the video and ideas for their upcoming tours.
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Brendon and Spencer from Panic! At The Disco have an update on the progress of the Deluxe Edition of Vices & Virtues and how that will impact preorders for it through panicatthedisco.com.
Panic! At The Disco have always been known for the incredible Deluxe Editions of their albums. A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, Pretty. Odd. and ...Live In Chicago all got the Deluxe treatment and their upcoming album Vices & Virtues is no exception.
The band is working again with art director Alex Kirzhner (who did their first two deluxe editions) on Vices & Virtues. The first image of the the box is above. Please note that this is simply a mock version of it and not the final product. We'll post more images of the Deluxe Edition as it comes together.
The Deluxe Edition of Vices & Virtues is limited to 6,000 copies worldwide and is available now at panicatthedisco.com/preorder.
Here's a photo of Brendon from Panic! At The Disco at a photo shoot for Rock Sound.
photo by @ZackDFT
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Panic! At The Disco's video for 'The Ballad of Mona Lisa' with director Shane Drake. Look for the new album Vices & Virtues out March 22nd on Decaydance / Fueled By Ramen. Visit panicatthedisco.com for more!
Panic! At The Disco's music video for 'The Ballad of Mona Lisa' is now on YouTube! Watch it above and then visit panicatthedisco.com to preorder their upcoming album, Vices & Virtues - out March 29th on Decaydance / Fueled By Ramen.
Click HERE to see a gallery of photos from Panic! At The Disco's show at Bowery Ballroom in New York City where they performed three songs from their upcoming album Vices & Virtues for the first time!
Panic! At The Disco's show in New York City on Tuesday night had some very special guests in the audience including Bruno Mars, Ryan Star and Alex Suarez of Cobra Starship. Here's a shot of Brendon Urie with Thomas Dutton of Forgive Durden and Nate Ruess of Fun. after the show.
Here's what Thomas said about the show:
"Panic killed at Bowery tonight. New songs floored me. Very excited for them."
photo by Meredith Truax
Click HERE for a gallery of MetroMix photos from Panic! At The Disco's show last night in New York City where they performed three songs from their upcoming album Vices & Virtues for the first time!
SPIN also posted photos and a review from the show HERE.
"Urie and Smith were bundles of gracious energy, feeding off the ecstatic post-teen crowd and blowing through their short 13-song set with every ounce of energy that had been bottled up for two whole years."
Do you have photos from the show? Share them on the band's Facebook!
Due to overwhelming demand, all 300 Fantastical Bundles for Panic! At The Disco's upcoming album Vices & Virtues sold out in under 20 minutes last night! Visit panicatthedisco.com now to see the remaining preorder options. Both the limited Deluxe Edition or the Standard Edition come with a free instant download of 'The Ballad of Mona Lisa.'