Recorded just before his wedding, Brendon Urie bids farewell to bachelordom with quite the blowout. A turbo-charged romp through his box of tricks, it’s an album that sounds like a spectacular Broadway musical, love letter to Los Angeles, and celebration of his band’s mighty achievements all at once. That’s not to say this is a nostalgic retread of past glories: “Victorious” is a blistering pumped-up anthem, “The Good, the Bad and the Dirty” adds some attitude to the party, while “LA Devotee” is an electro surf into another majestic Urie chorus.
panic has changed style every album and I think ‘death of a bachelor’ will not disappoint. the three released songs have been fantastic and I can’t wait until…