Panic! At the Disco’s ‘Viva Las Vengeance’ Is an Audacious Classic-Rock Throwback

Brendon Urie’s superb rendition of the Queen song “Bohemian Rhapsody” has long been praised, so why wouldn’t he create a full album reflecting the showmanship that made the British idols instant stars? 

Enter Panic! At the Disco, who push the boundaries of glam rock with their concept album Viva Las Vengeance. God Killed Rock and Roll and “Sad Clown” stand out as songs that work particularly well, but one thing is certain: Urie is here to give you a performance that you’re not going to forget.