Why They’re Called… Young Veins
Welcome to the weekly SPIN.com feature "Name That Band!" inwhich we get the inside stories behind the mysterious monikers of some ofour favorite artists. (See…
July 29, 2010
The Young Veins, ‘Take a Vacation!’ (One Haven)
Before splitting in two, Panic! at the Disco pulled off one of the most thorough stylistic switcheroos in recent mainstream rock when they swapped the…
June 8, 2010
FREE ALBUM! SPIN’s Picks for Bonnaroo 2010
June 10-13 brings us Bonnaroo, the annual celebration of music in the Tennessee countryside, attended by some 80,000 fans. To get you psyched for the…
June 5, 2010
Terrific Twitter Trio of the Week
Lots of musicians tweet -- but all that Twitters is not gold.
May 28, 2010
Panic! Offshoot Young Veins Plot U.S. Tour
Former Panic! at the Disco members Ryan Ross and Jon Walker are taking their new band the Young Veins on the road this summer.
May 4, 2010
EXCLUSIVE: Panic! Duo Premiere New Song!
In July 2009, guitarist Ryan Ross and bassist Jon Walker exited Las Vegas' Panic! at the Disco due to "musical differences" -- and now, eight…
March 18, 2010
Panic! Offshoot Young Veins Preview New Songs
With a debut album recorded and tucked away for a June release, Young Veins -- the new band from former Panic! at the Disco members…
March 15, 2010
Battle of the Panic! at the Disco Bands
Not since the Soviet Union, or maybe the Gosselins, has the splintering of a once-mighty cultural behemoth left the general populace so confused. But hot…
August 3, 2009
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