Linkin Park Issue Cease And Desist Order To Donald Trump Following Unauthorised Use Of Their Music

Linkin Park are the latest in a recent line of bands to issue a cease and disist order to the Trump administration for the unauthorised use of their music.

A cover of the band’s track ‘In The End’, which was performed by Tommee Prifitt featuring Fleruie and Jung Youth was used on a video posted by the White House Social media director Dan Scavino and then retweeted by Trump.

The video has now been disabled after the band tweeted saying, “Linkin Park did not and does not endorse Trump, nor authorize his organization to use any of our music“. They also stated that “A cease and desist has been issued.”

This follows Bendie Urie reacting to Trump’s walking on stage at his presidential campaign rally in Phoenix to the track, ‘High Hopes’.

Brendon Urie Tells Donald Trump To Stop Using Panic! At The Disco’s Music At Election Rallies

Well, this surprises nobody.

Last Tuesday in Phoenix, Arizona, Donald Trump came on stage to his presidential campaign rally to the Panic! At The Disco track, ‘High Hopes’.

How’d this go down with Brendon though? Not well. People need to have some hindsight with this sort of thing.

In a tweet, Urie has said:

 “Dear Trump Campaign, Fuck you. You’re not invited. Stop playing my song. No thanks, Brendon Urie, Panic! At The Disco & company.”

He then added:

 “Dear Everyone Else, Donald Trump represents nothing we stand for. The highest hope we have is voting this monster out in November. Please do your part” and added a link to HeadCount. This is an organisation that uses music to speak to young people and encourage them to vote.

Brendon Urie (P!ATD) Wants To Collaborate With Green Day

Brendon Urie isn’t one to ever shy away from collaborations. In the last year, the Panic! At The Disco frontman has been on tracks with Taylor Swift and Lil Dicky where it looks as if the trend could continue.

During one of his daily live streams via Twitch, a fan said that their “life would be made” if Brendon were to work with Billie Joe Armstrong.

Responding to this,, Brendon shared “Same though about Billie Joe Armstrong! I had the opportunity to meet him and the rest of the band – that was kinda crazy. I mean, Mike Dirnt [bass] is one of the nicest people I’ve ever met – as well as Tré [Cool, drums]. They’re all so kind. And this was at a party where hundreds – maybe even thousands – of people were in that room. It was just intense. And they’re so personable, and very, very nice.”

Continuing: “And I would love to do music with them, because they’re just so fucking talented, and they had everything to do with me getting in to punk rock.”

Check out the video below:


Brendon Urie Confirms He’s Writing New Panic! At The Disco Material

Panic! At The Disco’s latest record, ‘Pray For The Wicked’ was released less than a year ago but now, it seems that Brendon Urie already has some ideas for just what to do for a follow up record.

During an interview with Billboard at their music awards, after Panic! won their awards for Top Rock Album and Top Rock Song, Urie discusses their current activity and some progress on new material.

“I am home now and we are taking some time off, and I’m chilling, and I’m streaming and I’m hanging out with my fans online, and it’s amazing. But I- I thought I would take a little more time off, and I’m already starting music. Not with anything planned in mind, but just working on some ideas. I can’t help myself, so, I don’t think it’ll be too long before another Panic! record.

Some are 2-minute long just instrumentals, some are 30 second voice memos, gibberish, some are inside jokes written on napkins at bars. There’s all kinds of different stuff.”

Panic! At The Disco’s ‘Pray For The Wicked’ Certified Gold In The UK

Massive congratulations to Panic! At The Disco as their latest record, ‘Pray For The Wicked’ has been certified as Gold in the UK.

It’s been eight months since the record was released and has sold over 100,000 units to earn its third chart certification on February 8th.

Brendon Urie: “Please Stop Kissing Me On The Death Walk”

Last week, Panic! At The Disco’s road manager shared that he was considering scrapping the ‘death walk’ from the upcoming Panic! shows due to inappropriate fan behaviour. According to Zac’s tweet, people were attempting to lick and/or kiss Brendon Urie as he makes his way through the crowd.

In addition to this now, Brendon has spoken out about the death walk during a Twitch livestream saying:

“I went in for a hug and a girl like, kissed my neck. And it was… yikes dude, the neck kiss is so intimate too- which is an extra ‘fuck you’ to me, you know what I mean?”

Please stop kissing me on the death walk.”

Panic! At The Disco’s ‘Death Walk’ Could Be Pulled From Live Shows

One of the best moments from the current Panic! At The Disco tour is when the man himself, Brendon Urie makes his way into the crowd while singing ‘Death Of A Bachelor’ and interacts with fans to shake hands and give out hugs.



However, according to Panic! At The Disco road manager Zack Hall, the death walk is at risk of being scrapped all together.

In a tweet posted overnight, Zack shared “If people keep trying to lick, kiss or do weird creepy shit during the “death walk” we will for sure stop doing it.”

He continued “It’s a fun thing he likes to do and enjoys being that close to you guys, but come on. Have some respect.”


This Panic! At The Disco Karaoke Clip Is The Best Thing You’ll See All Week

Panic! At The Disco are truly an iconic band. Their single I Write Sins Not Tragedies has been played a lot since it’s release, well over a decade ago, and I mean a lot in clubs, on the radio and by the fans. There have been some cover versions but sometimes Karaoke versions are the best.

Recently a clip was uploaded by the user,  @hufflepeffurie which saw his brother and friends sing this. Now, this clip was uploaded with the caption:

“The new generation of emo.”

Check out the clip below.

And even Panic! spotted the clip online with the following message.

Panic! At The Disco Release Their Own Beer

Ever wondered what Panic! At The Disco would taste like? Well you won’t anytime soon. What I’m telling everyone is that Panic! have released their own brand of beer!

They’ve teamed up with Asbury Park Brewery for their own American IPA for which they’ve named IP!ATD.

The brewery have made sure it’s fit to frontman Brendon Urie’s requirements,  which is “bold and earthy, like a West Coast IPA, but juicy and citrusy, like an East Coast IPA.”

At the moment, the IP!ATD is only to be available for a limited time on the band’s North American headline tour and from the brewery directly, but fingers crossed they extend the availability.

Panic! At The Disco Recruit Female Photographers For Their Shows

Massive props to Panic! At The Disco as they are absolute legends. Their tour photographer Jake Chamseddine couldn’t make to their Florida shows so team Panic member  Zack Hall got a fan the best early Christmas present ever! He got a woman the chance to shoot the Florida show!

And that’s not the end of the story and before I go any further, I have to say Zack Hall, you’re an absolute legend! In Tampa, he gave another young female photographer the chance to do the same.

I do have to say I know only a few photographers in the UK. A very small percentage of them are women and I have to say they are the best people I have come across and every chance I get to meet someone new who is a creator, I cherish it. In fact, I have a plan to highlight creatives in 2019 so stay tuned for that!

And for a highlight to start this, please check out UK based photographer Romy Gregory’s content below. These shots were taken on her recent run with King No One in York. What I love about her images is that they tell a story of the night and every time she does this she is without fault. Doing this in Photos is tough but I think Photographers such as her have a sixth sense as she’s always at the right place at the right time for her content.