Uh, AP staff, whoever edits these interview posts needs to keep an eye out for this type of stuff.
I believe it is Frank Iero because he talks about joining MCR a little late in the interview. I just watched some of their "Life on the Murder Scene" DVD yesterday (I checked it out from the library, how cool is that?) and they talked a little about Frank joining MCR something like two days before they recorded the first album.
BTW if anyone is indifferent to MCR because you don't like the guys or the music, I encourage you to check out their DVD (see above). If anything you come away with a respect for the guys as hard working and lucky to catch a break (reminds me of FOB). I liked "Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge" but I'm really digging "The Black Parade".