Album review: Panic! At The Disco’s ‘Death of a Bachelor’

Stephanie Kroll, Staff Writer

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Panic! At The Disco, a pop-punk band from Las Vegas, Nevada, has released their new album Death of a Bachelor on January 15. This album has hit the No. 1 spot on the charts, which passes Adele’s album 21.

I have listened to Panic! At The Disco multiple times before, and I really liked their unique sound and the fact that they change their sound with every album. But now, there is no other person than Brendon Urie in the band.

Brendon Urie, even though working on his own, has made all of the music off of the latest album and has used many of his jazz influences, such as Frank Sinatra, to form the album.

For me, the jazziest song off of the album is probably “Death of a Bachelor.” Because of its slow pace and smooth flow, it can easily be classified as jazz.

Overall, I’d say that this album is pretty good for only having one member left. I really think that Brendon Urie can now do as he wants with his songs and really create his own unique sound.