When My Chemical Romance announced their end last March, they had every reason to go out arms raised in triumph.
MCR fans were surprised Friday by the sudden break up of the band. Now, frontman Gerard Way reflects on the band and the love, the journey, and the future.
My Chemical Romance has posted a short entry on their blog tonight, announcing the break up of the band: “Being in this band for the past 12 years has been a true blessing. We’ve gotten to go places we never knew we would. We’ve been able to see and experience things we never imagined possible. […]
Following Mike Pedicone’s firing as drummer for My Chemical Romance last week he’s released a statement via Kerrang telling his side of the story…. well, kind of.
In a statement posted to MyChemicalRomance.com, guitarist Frank Iero announces Mike Pedicone’s departure from the band.
My Chemical Romance closes Reading Festival 2011 with an explosive set featuring fireworks, lasers, flames and an appearance by guitar legend Brian May.
With a welcome night off between Jersey and DC, the Killjoys brought the noise to the Nightclub 9:30 with a loud, kickass, rabble-rousing set. And the rabble loved it.
The digital billboard in the Starland parking lot said it all: on the desert backdrop of the Danger Days album cover, the words WELCOME HOME. This venerable Sayreville, New Jersey venue hosted two nights of My Chemical Romance’s World Contamination Tour this weekend, and everyone on the East Coast knew it.
My Chemical Romance releases “#SINGItForJapan,” a Re-Imagining of Their Single “SING” to Benefit Earthquake and Tsunami Victims in Japan
My Chemical Romance’s new music video for ‘Planetary (GO!)’ – the latest single from ‘Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys’
Director’s Cut video for My Chemical Romance’s “Sing”, plus behind the scenes photos.