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There really isn’t a good way to say this, and it was a decision that was very tough to make, but feels like it will be the right decision for everyone. We regret to inform you that Brent is no longer a part of Panic at the Disco, and although this choice does feel very healthy, he is a great friend of ours and he will definitely be missed. We all wish him well and the best of luck in everything he wants to do in the future.The last few years will be something we will never forget, all the places we’ve been that we never thought we’d go and things we’ve seen that we thought we’d never see when we started this band.
Right now our friend jon is going to be filling in, and I’m sure it would ease his nerves a bit to get a warm reception. We’re at home preparing for the summer tour, and we’ve never worked so hard on putting something together. I can’t tell you how excited we are for these shows and for you all to see what we’ve been planning, we’ve got a few tricks up our sleeves…just you wait.

 - panic [from panicatthedisco.com]

Exclusive Live Download (UK)

As a souvenir from their sold out UK tour, you can now download an exclusive live version of the new single 'But It's Better If You Do' recorded at Glasgow Academy on the 21st of April. Including a brand new instrumental intro, commentary from Brendon and capturing the electric atmosphere and crowd reaction of the night, this is a must have for Panic!'s UK fans.

Ordering is easy and doesn't require a credit card, simply text better to 81330 for your download password. Alternatively you can order by credit card. To order and listen to a clip of the track click HERE.

SMS orders cost £1.50 plus your standard operator message rate and is only available for UK residents. Credit card purchases cost 99p

To order the fantastic single on CD and 7" including all new b-sides, click HERE.



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Come Out And Pla-a-a-a-y…
Who would have thought things would get so crazy so quick? We’re talking an awesome new video that kicks ass and drinks the blood of the living with no regard for the law. We’re talking a nation-wide headline tour that will flip your city upside down and shake the change out of its pockets. We’re talking a brand new limited edition From Under The Cork Tree that’s so freakin cool, it blows the original out of the water. Of course, we’re talking the one and only Fall Out Boy. Get it right and read on…


From Under The Cork Tree: Limited Black Clouds And Underdogs Edition Is In Stores Now! - This is a HUGE week for Fall Out Boy. The Black Clouds And Underdogs Tour kicks off this week, the brand new video premiered on TRL yesterday and of course the From Under The Cork Tree: Limited Black Clouds And Underdogs Edition hits stores... TODAY!
Make sure to head out to your local record stores now and pick up the album to get your hands on the 5 new tracks and newly designed artwork. Plus, if you buy the album through our site, you can earn points towards your tourmap total and the chance to get  your mug on the front of falloutboyrock.com.
Or, if you’re the type who doesn’t like the outside world, you can order the new edition in iTunes and automatically get the videos for “Dance Dance” and “Sugar We’re Goin’ Down”!
So however you decide to get it, make sure you don’t miss out on the From Under The Cork Tree: Black Clouds And Underdogs Edition, in stores now!

Source: islandrecords newsletter

New Video!!!

Fall Out Boy's "A little less sixteen Candles, A Little More 'Touch Me" tomorrow at 3:30pm on TRL and the "making of" at 6:30pm & 11:pm (of yourse in the US not in Germany :/ )



f you think about it, vampires are wicked. They live forever, do whatever they want, drink blood, kick peoples' asses and probably can even play Sweet Home Alabama on guitar. That's a pretty hard song to play.

Fall Out Boy, depending on who you talk to, are pretty wicked too. The hooks to "Sugar, We're Going Down" and "Dance, Dance" insert themselves into your brain much like vampires insert their fangs into your neck. Am I right? Yes I am. You can't tell me you're not singing "Dance, Dance" to yourself quietly right now.

source: www.muchmusic.com