My Chemical Romance will be performing a special show at Maxwell's in Hoboken, NJ on October 24. Presale tickets can be purchased here for $100 each. All proceeds will go to charity. Find more information in the replies.
My Chemical Romance vocalist Gerard Way has stated the group bear plans to issue two more singles from their latest, full-length release, The Black Parade, both of which will coincide with music videos directed by Way himself. Furthermore, Way stated that bassist, and brother, Michael Way will "rejoin the outfit on tour this fall." The album is available in stores now via Reprise Records.
My Chemical Romance vocalist Gerard Way recently spoke with The Maine Campus, an American college-based website to discuss his feelings towards the ever-so-controversial genre of "emo" music. When questioned, Way stated "emo music is fucking garbage." The group released their latest effort, The Black Parade, last year courtesy of Reprise Records.
My Chemical Romance will support Bon Jovi on October 25th and 26th at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, in celebration of the site's recent construction. In response, vocalist Gerard Way states "to be asked to open for New Jersey's own Bon Jovi at the grand opening of the Prudential Centre is an amazing honour. It's more than anything a group of kids from the Garden State could ask for."
My Chemical Romance vocalist Gerard Way's forthcoming comic book, Umbrella Academy: Apocalypse Suite #1, is now available for pre-order courtesy of Things from Another World. The comic book is scheduled for release this Wednesday, September 19th via Dark Horse Comics.
Gerard Way, vocalist for My Chemical Romance, was interviewed on last night's episode of ABC's I-Caught. The video, in which Way cites the group as a "direct product of the September 11th tragedies," can be seen in the replies.
My Chemical Romance used their night off from the Projekt Revolution Tour last night to play a short set at a "Super Sweet Sixteen" party MTV threw for a girl named Stefanie, who is stricken with cancer. It took place at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City.
Blender.com has a new weekly contest entitled Blender Bytes. Each week a different musical artist asks a music related trivia question, and fans can answer for a chance to win musical gear. This weeks installment features My Chemical Romance singer Gerard Way asking Ramones trivia, and it can be viewed here.
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 email@example.com 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.