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Panic at the Disco to bring out new record in March
Electric guitar band Panic at the Disco are to release their next album on March 29th.
The group have confirmed the record is to be called Vices and Virtues and has been produced by Butch Walker and John Feldmann, reports NME.
It will be their first album since the departure of electric guitar player Ryan Ross and bassist Jon Walker, who left Panic at the Disco in July 2009.
Prior to the release of Vices and Virtues, the band will release a single from the record, entitled The Ballad of Mona Lisa.
This will come out on March 21st.
On February 8th, the Las Vegas-based stars will be heading to London for a special one-off gig held in the Bush Hall venue as they look to promote their new album.
A statement from the group said they are looking forward to getting back out on the road and introducing their fans to the new material they have recorded.
"There will be tons of other stuff coming up soon so make sure you're paying attention. We can't wait for you to hear everything and see you all at the shows," they said.
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Posted on 20 Jan 2011 15:16 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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