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at the Disco will release their third album, Vices & Virtues, on March 29, and SPIN caught up with frontman Brandon Urie to chat about the LP — and ask him your questions, which we gathered via SPIN’s Twitter. I was like, ‘Are these the seven deadly sins or something’? We did some research and ‘Vices and Virtues’ popped up.Here, Urie talks about the band’s creative process following the departure of founding members Ryan Ross and Jon Walker (who formed the Young Veins), Panic! Though they’re familiar to our first and second records, these new songs couldn’t fit on those two records. Aristotle has this Biblical list that’s tied in with themes of human behavior that we’ve been noticing in ourselves. It’s about our changes in self-esteem and the changes of growing up."Over the years, we have remained close and honest with each other, which helped us to realize that our goals were different and that parting ways is truly what is best for each of us. I think I'm in a stage, where I'm refusing to believe it," bemoans one fan, while another fan remarks that the half the band leaving PATD might be a sign of the apocalypse, saying "The world is going to end now. The group was reportedly in the final stages of completing their third album and first single "New Perspective" was expected to hit radio August 18th, Absolute Punk reports.
Two members of Panic at the Disco — or half the band — are leaving the group.
Creative differences have forced the exit of lead guitarist Ryan Ross and bassist Jon Walker, the group announced on their My Space blog today.
Singer Brendon Urie and drummer Spencer Smith will continue to operate as Panic at the Disco, while Ross and Walker — who was only bassist for as original bassist Brent Wilson was let go in 2006 — will start their own project.
Then they toured with such a flamboyant and sexual stage show that even Rolling Stone was compelled to ask singer Brendon Urie and guitarist Ryan Ross if they were dating. And I had to tell her that he had had a girlfriend for a year and a half. For whatever reason our personal taste and preference in art and for videos and artwork appeals like that.
Panic's bass player, Jon Walker, and drummer Spencer Smith talked with Out about the band's sophomore release, Pretty. Your last tour included a script where Brendon referred to Ryan as his lover and then chased him across the stage, trying to kiss him. Walker: I think everybody's just too afraid to have a good time. Smith: We don't care who likes us -- or who dislikes us. Is your life ready to meet a single man that gives you butterflies?