ALBUM REVIEW: Panic! At The Disco – Pray For The Wicked

Over the years, Panic! At The Disco have continuously reduced in band members, with 2016 seeing the ‘band’ become a solo-project for once frontman, Brendon Urie. The record released that year, ‘Death Of A Bachelor’, saw Urie ditch the guitars and opt for a jazz-infused, electronic pop album – and his newest record ‘Pray For The Wicked’ is pretty much an extension of that, but not without its problems. Read More


NEWS: First wave of acts named for Reading & Leeds 2018!

In an announcement that has confirmed over 50 names, the main stage headlining acts have been unveiled as Fall Out Boy, Kendrick Lamar, and Kings Of Leon. Also announced to be joining them across the August bank holiday weekend of festivities includes the likes of Underoath, Sum 41, Beartooth, Creeper, Post Malone, Panic! At The Disco, Nothing But Thieves, Papa Roach, and Hollywood Undead, to name but a few. Read More


NEWS: Brendon Urie (Panic! At This Disco) confirms sixth album is done; expect one-off singles!

Our suspicions have been confirmed. It seems like Panic! At The Disco will more than likely be dropping their sixth album and follow-up to 2016’s #1 charting record ‘Death Of A Bachelor’ at some point this year. The band’s frontman (and currently the only full-time fixed member) Brendon Urie confirmed the news over a live Instagram video story earlier this week (January 20th 2018). Read More