Brendon Urie dropped a new metal song during his latest Twitch stream
16 November 2019, 17:34
Brendon Urie rewarded generous fans during a 24-hour Twitch livestream by debuting a new metal song once they surpassed $75,000 in donations.
Your favourite Twitch streamer and ours, Brendon Urie, took to the platform on Friday (Nov. 15) for a marathon charity livestream. During the 24 hour stream, the Panic! at The Disco frontman played games like Fortnite and enlisted the help of famous friends like Pete Wentz and Josh Dun to raise money for his Highest Hopes Foundation. As donations flooded in, Brendon rewarded fans' charitable spirit by unveiling a brand new metal song.
As Brendon surpassed $75,000 of his $100,000 goal, he played (and jammed out to) an unreleased metal song that profoundly hits.
"Yeah, that's all me. All of it's me," Brendon says at one point before simply adding "metal projects, baby."
Brendon has spoken in the past about wanting to make metal music. "I want to do a metal project in particular," he told Rock Sound during an interview. Over the summer, Brendon also teased a snippet of a metal song he says that he wrote while stoned.
Of course, fans are already demanding that the song be put on music streaming platforms and released in its entirety. "If he doesn’t release that imma cry," tweeted one fan.
Other fans simply praised the song and expressed the desire to hear more metal from Brendon and Panic! at The Disco.
metal has been my favourite genre since i was 12, thank you brendon urie for my life pic.twitter.com/Oa3FFf348Y— morgan (@goldenxurie) November 16, 2019
You guys. Brendon Urie dropped a metal song yesterday and I just want you all to know I’m absolutely not okay. It’s literally perfect & I’m so looking forward to raging at the next Panic! at the Disco show. pic.twitter.com/ynOeSfZ7sW— Katie Croft (@2016kck) November 16, 2019
the chorus actually slaps. @brendonurie we need a metal album now— ً (@kweenjeed) November 16, 2019
Can @brendonurie just release all these metal songs on a legit album like as a side project or something? This is my kind of music.— Becca (@cupcakexxlove) November 16, 2019
In just under 22 hours, Brendon Urie and Panic! at The Disco fans raised 100% of the $100,000 goal for the Highest Hopes Foundation. And, to top it all off, we all got to hear the metal song we'll be obsessing over for the next six months. Everybody say thank you, Brendon.