Panic! At The Disco’s new album ‘Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die’ out now

By on October 8, 2013

Fueled By Ramen/Decaydance recording group Panic! At The Disco releases their fourth studio effort and first new release since 2011, “TOO WEIRD TO LIVE, TOO RARE TO DIE!” today.  To herald the album release, the band has announced an upcoming major US headline tour. The “Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! Tour” gets underway January 14th at Seattle’s Showbox SoDo and then continues through mid-February (see attached itinerary). Stay tuned to the band’s website for a pre-sale announcement on Monday, October 14th. General sale begins October 18th & 19th.


“Miss Jackson (Feat. Lolo),” the album’s first single/video, immediately landed on the top 10 on the iTunes Store’s “Top Singles” chart upon its release and is currently a top 15 favorite at Modern Rock radio outlets nationwide. Meanwhile, the single’s companion video is now in rotation at MTV2, mtvU, FUSE, and Logo’s “NewNowNext,” while also scoring over 5 million individual views and counting at


Panic! At The Disco is also set to perform on the Sony Outdoor Stage at ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, slated for this Thursday, October 10th (check local listings).  The band – whose frontman Brendon Urie can currently be seen starring on the cover of Alternative Press – has spent much of the past few months on the road, including a sold out summer tour of intimate venues across North America and a major arena trek supporting their longtime friends, Fall Out Boy.


Panic! At The Disco’s album release is further heralded by the new web video for “Girls/Girls/Boys.” A homage to D’Angelo’s infamous “Untitled (How Does It Feel)” video, the provocative clip premiered today at the band’s own as well as their official YouTube channel,

“‘Girls/Girls/Boys’ is such a racy song that it immediately made me think of one of the sexiest videos of all time, which also happens to be one of my favorites,” says Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie. “Doing an homage to D’Angelo’s classic video seemed like a perfect fit.”







14           Seattle, WA                        Showbox SoDo

15           Vancouver, BC                   Commodore

17           Salt Lake City, UT              In The Venue

18           Denver, CO                         Ogden

19           Kansas City, MO                Uptown

21           Minneapolis, MN             Skyway Theatre

22           St. Louis, MO                      Pageant

24           Columbus, OH                   LC Pavilion

25           Cincinnati, OH                    Bogart’s

26           Cleveland, OH                    House of Blues

28           Washington, DC                The Fillmore

29           Wallingford, CT                  The Dome

30           Boston, MA                        House of Blues

31           Montreal, QC                     Metropolis Sound



1              Toronto, ON                      Sound Academy

4              New York, NY                    Roseland Ballroom

5              Philadelphia, PA               Electric Factory

7              Atlanta, GA                        The Tabernacle

8              Miami, FL                            The Fillmore

9              Orlando, FL                         House of Blues

11           Houston, TX                        House of Blues

14           Phoenix, AZ                        Marquee

15           San Francisco, CA             Fox Theatre


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Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.