In a few hours, I will be interviewing Frank Iero of My Chemical Romance. We know it's short notice, but please leave any questions you have pertaining to their latest album, The Black Parade, or their upcoming, headlining tour in the replies.
What kind of stage presence can be expected on this upcoming tour. The ticket prices have risen along with the venues, so what kind of production value will you be bringing? I ask this not only due to the higher prices, but due to the small bill size.
A lot of larger bands do a club tour around the release of a new album. Was that something you had hoped to do, or did you feel you were better prepared to jump to playing radio shows and arenas right away?
Which song off the new album that you haven't played live yet are you most eager to play live? In past interviews, the band's expressed interest in playing the whole album front to back in concert - I'm assuming this tour is too soon for that, but is that still something of interest?
I support the Jersey question up there, perhaps reworded.
I'm also wondering if they will go back to their roots, so to speak, with a smaller club tour follow-up to the headlining tour, despite the enormous success of the band. I think we're all used to and love that more intimate setting.
...like that of Ramapo College for example :)
(still bummed that we could have had them here 3 years ago; still interested if they are!)