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There’s A Panic! At The Disco Reference In The Venom Movie Soundtrack

Wait… what?!

Crossovers between Marvel and the world of rock and metal happen all the time (Captain Marvel a Nine Inch Nails fan?!), but the latest little nod to our scene from Venom has gotten us extra excited.

The new Tom Hardy-fronted Spider-Man spin-off will be hitting cinemas in October, but a tracklist for the soundtrack has already arrived. And, as the folks at ScreenRant have pointed out, there’s a song on it that, in their own words, sounds suspiciously like a middle-aged alternative to Panic! At The Disco”.

May we point your attention to track number seven…

1. Space Exploration
2. Symbiotes Arrive
3. First Contact
4. Eddie’s Blues
5. Run, Eddie, Run
6. What’s Wrong With Me
7. Panic At The Bistro
8. Humans… Such Poor Design
9. Self Defense
10. Pedal to the Metal
11. Eyes, Lungs, Pancreas
12. You Want Up?
13. Venom Rampage
14. Annie, I’m Scared
15. Parasite
16. Unexpected Ally
17. Battle on the Launch Pad
18. You Belong With Us

Sure, they forgot the exclamation mark, but we’re into it nonetheless.

Check out the wicked trailer for Venom, if you haven’t already seen it (there’s no Brendon Urie cameo… but still… IMAGINE!):

Catch Panic! At The Disco live at the following:

March 2019

14 Offenbach, DE @ Offenbach Stadthalle
15 Berlin, DE @ Columbiahalle
16 Dusseldorf, DE @ Mitsubishi Electric Halle
18 Amsterdam, NL @ AFAS Live
19 Paris, FR @ Zenith
21 Antwerp, BE @ Lotto Arena
24 Glasgow, UK @ The SSE Hydro
25 Cardiff, UK @ Motorpoint Arena
26 Birmingham, UK @ Birmingham Arena
28 London, UK @ The O2
29 London, UK @ The O2
30 Manchester, UK @ Manchester Arena

Head on over to Panicatthedisco.com/tour for more info.

While you’re still here, have some more Brendon goodness:

Posted on September 20th 2018, 1:09p.m.
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