Is this part of Panic! at the Disco's viral plan or are we in for one particularly brutal album? Adam from Fueled by Ramen's last.fm playlist shows a ton of recent tracks played by Panic! that have never been seen before, such as "Hardening of the Arteries" and "Dissident Aggressor". The full list can be found in the replies. Are these real? Are they jokes? Or are they all part of an elaborate scheme by the Fueled by Ramen team?
Panic! at the Disco are looking for extras for their upcoming music video for "Nine In the Afternoon." Go here to read more about it. Also, their website has been updated again, with the page becoming blank but the cryptic words "You Don't Need to Worry" emblazoned in the page title. Panic!'s riddles have been so intriguing for one of our readers that she has written a comprehensive blog detailing how it has affected her life.
MTV has done some sleuth work and discovered that Panic! at the Disco's lead single off of their untitled sophomore album will be "Nine in the Afternoon". The video will be shot on December 20 and 21 with Shane Drake, who helmed their videos for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" and "But It's Better If You Do". Also, in what looks to be a nightly occurrence, Panic! at the Disco's website has been updated. Looks like Mr. DeAndrea was correct in his assumption.
Panic! at the Disco have set a release date of March 25 for their as-of-yet untitled sophomore release. New song titles include "Nine in the Afternoon" and "Things Have Changed". You can read a Billboard article on it here.
It is unconfirmed as of now, but rumor has it that Panic! at the Disco, Motion City Soundtrack, and two more acts to be determined will be playing the upcoming Honda Civic Tour. Routing will start on April 9 in Phoenix, heading east and then back to the midwest.
Panic! at the Disco have supposedly scrapped what was almost a complete second album, and are now working on putting new songs together. They still hope to have a single out by Christmas, with the album to follow in February.
Another Found Self, an unsigned band out of Youngstown, OH, have been selected last minute to open the Cleveland stop of Panic! at the Disco's headlining tour on July 12th. The band has previously performed with Say Anything and The Ataris, as well as touring with Southcott. They're touring in support of their new three song sampler, which is available, along with dates, on their Purevolume and MySpace.
At the sold out Panic! At the Discoshow at Hampton Beach, New Hampshire, The Dresden Dolls and Brendon Urie performed a cover of Britney Spears' "...Hit Me Baby On More Time." The Dolls also covered Regina Spektor's "Uh-Merica" in honor of it being Independance Day.
Starting January 4th, you can go to Spin.com and vote for the band of the year. The voting consists of 32 bands in 4 brackets, each of a different genre. You can go to the website and look at the bracket to check out the matchups or for your convinience, I've posted them below. Who do you think should/will win each matchup/bracket/title?
ALL-AGES - Round 1
Panic! at the Disco vs. The Fall of Troy
Alexisonfire vs. Nightmare of You
Motion City Soundtrack vs. Boys Night Out
The Academy Is… vs. Valencia
BRIT ROCK - Round 1
Bloc Party vs. Nine Black Alps
Tom Vek vs. The Magic Numbers
Art Brut vs. The Go! Team
Hard-Fi vs. The Cribs