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Theory Of A Deadman embrace newfound political identity on ‘Say Nothing’
Theory Of A Deadman embrace newfound political identity on ‘Say Nothing’
As a band, Theory Of A Deadman have shied away from focusing their message on social and political issues for most of their 18-year history. But with the release of 2017’s Wake Up Call, and with that, their biggest hit “Rx (Medicate)”—a song centered on the prescription drug abuse epidemic in North America—it’s no surprise that their forthcoming seventh studio album spews commentary.  Say Nothing
Brendon Urie talks #MeToo movement in the music industry
Brendon Urie talks #MeToo movement in the music industry
Speaking with Paper in a new interview, Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie has discussed the #MeToo movement concluding, "I don't think it's over by any means." Read more: Brendon Urie comes out as pansexual The Me Too movement has become an international movement against sexual harassment and assault, the hashtag spreading virally in October of 2017. ...