Stream Panic! at the Disco’s New Album


Panic! at the Disco have been having quite a few couple of months. First, it is revealed that they would be opening for Fall Out Boy on their Save Rock and Roll arena tour and then they released a new song and news that a new album was on its way.

Even though there was good news from the Panic! camp at that time, some bad news was also revealed when drummer, Spencer Smith wrote a long letter to fans, letting them know that he had been suffering from addiction for quite sometime. Due to his addiction and desire to get better, he bowed out of the current tour.

This morning, it was revealed that the band would be streaming their new album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!, in full on Youtube a week ahead of time; a trend that has been gaining momentum since the beginning of the year with musicians. The album features 10 new songs, including current singles,“This Is Gospel” and “Ms. Jackson.”

The full album, like stated before, is set to be released next Tuesday, October 8 through Fueled by Ramen and can be heard below.

So, let’s be honest, what do we think about the new sound of Panic! at the Disco?


    • True.

      At first, I didn’t want to listen to it because it has literally just become Brendon Urie and three other guys, not even Spencer is there at the moment.

      “Miss Jackson” sounded like a current Fall Out Boy song, but then I actually heard the full album and was “okay” with it. “Fever” is by far my favorite to this day, but “Vices and Virtues” was a mess in my opinion.

      Two of the songs remind me of Depeche Mode.

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