Listen to the guttural screams of Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie in extended version of his new metal song

The singer took to Twitch to reveal the ferocious as-yet-untitled new track

After previewing a snippet of a new ‘heavy metal’ song earlier this week, Panic! At The Disco‘s Brendon Urie has now shared an extended version of the track, including vocals – listen to the song below.

The singer had told fans that he’d be taking a break from music for the rest of 2019, but he’s now admitted on his daily Twitch livestreams that it hasn’t stopped him writing – and recently came up with something a little heavier than we might be used to.

“Somebody goes, ‘I thought you said no work for the rest of the year?’ Dude, that’s not work,” said Urie earlier in the week, after giving fans a small taster of the song. “That’s literally me stoned and drunk in my room, sitting in this room and going, ‘Oh, let me grab a guitar real quick.’ I played that on a click [track], and then I automated the drums. I did one cymbal, one snare track and then one kick track. That was it.”


Now sharing an extended version of the fierce number, Urie once again took to Twitch to preview the as-yet-untitled track. Listen to the guttural screams of Panic! frontman in the video below:

After teaming up with Taylor Swift for her single ‘ME!’ earlier this year, Urie has recently said that he’d love to collaborate with Kacey Musgraves next – as well as opening up about his dream of working with Green Day.

In another live stream, one fan told Urie that their “life would be made” if he worked with Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong. The fan went on to describe them both as “all time inspirations.”

In response, Urie said: “Same though about Billie Joe Armstrong! I had the opportunity to meet him and the rest of the band – that was kinda crazy.”


He continued: “I mean, Mike Dirnt [bassist] is one of the nicest people I’ve ever met – as well as Tré [Cool, drummer]. 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.

“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 into punk rock.”