Panic! At The Disco Frontman Releases Metal Track for Charity, Raises $135k

If you follow Brendon Urie on Twitch, you know that he's been testing out versions of a new song that is very different than what you'd normally hear from his band.

In an effort to raise money for his Highest Hopes Foundation, the Panic! At The Disco frontman had an idea: if fans donated $75,000 to the charity, he'd release the metal track.

And boy did they come through, raising $134,000 in all, so Urie made good on the deal.

You can hear it in the video at 5:59 and again at 8:55.

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