There seems to be some confusion about My Chemical Romance releasing a video for "I Don't Love You" and then filming a new one this past weekend. The reason for that is "I Don't Love You" is a UK-only single; the song for which a video was just shot will be the single to follow "Famous Last Words" here in the states.
My Chemical Romance are looking for fans to be a part of the filming for their next video, which will take place this Saturday, March 17th in the Los Angeles area. They need a select amount of people, so send in a photo, name, address, email and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org so they can contact you with details if you are chosen. You must be 18 years or older to participate, must be available all day, and must provide your own transportation.
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.
Rolling Stone has posted an article about "emo boys and their need to duel" after Gerard Way's recent response to Kasabian frontman, Tom Meighan, who described My Chemical Romance as "weird and dark" and said they'd never last.
The information we posted here was somewhat inaccurate. The dates listed below for My Chemical Romance's upcoming tour are only with Rise Against supporting. Dates for Muse's stint on the tour will be announced later. Sorry for the confusion.
My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way has announced plans to release a six-issue comic book series. The band is currently recording their follow-up to Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge in California with producer Rob Cavallo.