Panic! At The Disco Auburn Hills Tickets
Their fifth and latest album has got every rock music fan talking. And the critics are passing glowing remarks too. The New York Times, while commenting on one of the singles from the album “Victorious” said: “[Urie] evokes both the flamboyant swagger of Queen and the mechanized gleam of Daft Punk.” A rock band, originating from Las Vegas, Panic! At the Disco is one of the most successful rock bands today. Death of Bachelor is their latest album, which has debuted at No.1 position on the US Billboard 200 chart, making it one of the band’s bestselling albums to date. If you want to listen to their latest stuff, get your Panic! At The Disco Auburn Hills tickets today.
Mesmerizing rock lovers since 2004, Panic! At the Disco has won multiple prestigious awards, such as Alternative Press Music Awards, MTV Asia Awards, TMF Awards and MTV Video Music Awards.
Panic! at the Disco: Origins
The band was formed by a group of school friends and released their first demos while they were still in high school. These rocker friends were influenced by the Beach Boys, the Zombies and The Beatles. Their debut album A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out was released in 2005. It was such a huge hit that it was certified double platinum by RIAA. The album is still known for its mega hit single “I Write Sins Not Tragedies.”
More Albums and the Musical style
Since the release of their debut album, Panic! At the Disco has released four more studio albums. In addition, they have released 21 singles, 24 music videos, 2 compilation albums and 3 live albums. All of the band’s studio albums, with the exception of Vices & Virtues have either been certified gold or platinum by RIAA. Two of the singles from the band’s latest album have also been certified gold by RIAA. These gold singles are “Victorious” and “Hallelujah.” If you want to listen to the live rendition of these songs, get your Panic! At The Disco Auburn Hills tickets today.
The band’s musical style has been described as diverse, not boxing themselves in a particular genre. Therefore, some of their albums have carried the shades of electro, pop punk and emo. Their latest album has been described as rock, pop and hip hop. So do not miss out on their upcoming concert, as you’ll get to watch them play a diverse set of music.