From four to one, Panic at the Disco began as a pipe dream shared between childhood friends Ryan Ross, Spencer Smith, Brent Wilson and Brendon Urie, recording their first demos whilst still in High School. Their debut album 'A Fever You Can't Sweat Out' hit the music industry with a bang, quickly spawning a variety of emo anthems from 'I Write Sins Not Tragedies' to the follow 'Pretty Odd' and 'Nine in the Afternoon'.
As the band continued, the members disagreed on the direction their sound should go in, leading to the departure of Ross and Jon Walker - who had joined to replace Wilson - who went on to form The Young Veins. As a duo, Urie and Smith release 'New Perspective' and recruited Dallon Weekes as a full-time member ahead of the band's third album 'Vices & Virtues'.
Following the release of their fourth album 'Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die', Smith began his departure from leaving Weekes and Urie to release their fifth studio album 'Death of a Bachelor'. Now, one man stands, as Urie prepares to release their sixth studio album 'Pray for the Wicked'.