Panic! at the Disco new album 2022: Brendon Urie trends for all the wrong reasons

panic-at-the-disco-new-album-2022-brendon-urie-trends-for-all-the-wrong-reasons LOS ANGELES - DECEMBER 21: Panic at the Disco, (L to R) Brendon Urie, Ryan Ross, Jon Walker and Spencer Smith, film a music video for their new single "Nine in the Afternoon" on December 21, 2007 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Atlantic Records)

Panic! at the Disco’s pop-rock solo project finally released “Viva Las Vengeance” on August 19.

In May 2022, a website called “Shut Up and Go to Bed” was launched, implying that new Panic! at the Disco material would be released the following month.

However, this was quickly followed by the announcement of the song, which bore the same name as the album.

Brendon Urie describes the album as a “look back” when he was only 17 years old “and who I am now with the fondness I didn’t have before.”

“I didn’t realize I was making an album, and there was something about the tape machine that kept me honest.”

The seventh studio album was described as a “cinematic musical journey about the fine line between seizing the day, taking advantage of your youth, and burning out.”

However, the new and improved band is now a one-man show, as all previous band members have left for one reason or another.

“Viva Las Vengeance” has received mixed reviews, but one thing critics have said is that it all has that classic rock vibe from bands from the late 1960s, 1970s, and even the early 1980s.

Others have commented on how the album sounds similar to Muse, Queen, and The Beatles, while others have commented on how some songs sound strange.

Brendon Urie quickly became a Twitter trend after the release of his album “Viva Las Vengeance,” but for all the wrong reasons.

One Twitter user wishes that the new album “flops so hard” that Urie “stops getting attention and just fades away.”

Another said:

“Brendon Urie is just the male Lea Michelle.”

A third person added:

“Brendon Urie doesn’t make songs; he makes mistakes.”

A fourth person said:

“Brendon Urie has absolutely lost his vocal edge, and honestly…. he must be stopped.”

People despise Brandon Urie because he is already 40 years old and sings songs about “make-up sex,” which many people are embarrassed about “even from an objective standpoint.”

Furthermore, they believe he has already lost his vocal prowess and should focus on something other than singing and making music.

Meanwhile, sexual assault allegations, as well as accusations of racism, transphobia, and homophobia, are fueling his hatred and trending.

In the last decade, the singer has been accused of assaulting and harassing several minors, and many TikTok users have shared these allegations against him.