Earlier today, Panic! At The Disco main man Brendon Urie announced he is hosting a Twitch stream to raise funds for the Highest Hopes Foundation, and it looks like he's brought along Josh Dun and Pete Wentz.

The musicians have been streaming themselves playing video games and once they raised over $75,000, they premiered a brand new metal track live.

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Urie previously released a metal song on the platform when he went live in August. After a fan brought up the vocalist mentioning he wouldn’t be working for the rest of the year, Urie replied:

“Dude, that’s not work. That’s literally me, stoned and drunk in my room, sitting in this chair and just being like ‘oh, let’s just grab a guitar real quick.’”

Donations of $10 received a prize raffle entry with $25 donations earning a gift. The musician is also playing Fortnite without a weapon at $10,000 raised and at $50,000 he played a drum solo live. After donations reached $75,000, Urie ended up premiering his new metal song.

Once $100,00 is reached, the snare drum from Death Of A Bachelor will also be added to the raffle.

The stream also includes a prize give away including items from Oculus, Beat SaberCall Of Duty and more. You can check the stream out here.

What do you think of Panic! At The Disco leader Brendon Urie dropping a new metal song? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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