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  • - Danger Days
    - Item: Album
    - Released: 11/22/2010
    - Available At: iTunes : NA

    - Planetary (GO!)
    - Item: Digital Single
    - Released: 03/21/2011
    - Available At: iTunes : UK

    - SING : Deluxe
    - Item: Digital Single
    - Released: 02/12/2011
    - Available At : iTunes : NA

    - Na Na Na
    - Item: Digital Single
    - Released: 09/28/2010
    - Available At: iTunes : NA


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Big Day Out : Auckland, New Zealand

My Chemical Romance perform in Auckland, New Zealand for Big Day Out.

Photos : Stuff | NZHerald | offtofindneverland | Coup De Main (M&G) | BigDayOut | Coup De Main | Killajules | Scottie T | ThePeople | CheeseOnToast | DonnaThompson |

Setlist/Video : Na Na Na |I'm Not Okay | Planetary | Mama | Helena | Sorrows | Teenagers | Famous Last Words | DESTROYA | Black Parade | Kids From Yesterday | Meet & Greet |


Permalink 01/20/12 , by joanne Email , Performances, Media, Video, Photos,

Big Day Out 2012

2012 will see My Chemical Romance celebrating 10 years together, 10 years of uniting the teen masses with their anti-establishment messages and powerful punk glam rock.

"We've been going over all the memories and different keepsakes that we've acquired over the years, walking down memory lane together" guitarist Frank Iero explains.

"It's kind of crazy when you lay everything out in front of you after 10 years, how much you've accomplished, how much you've been through together, it's an amazing thing."

They've gone from being a "bunch of kids getting together and making a racket" as Iero describes it, to a band of grown up men, with wives, kids and responsibilities. And Iero believes they're at their best yet.

"Even the worst moments being in this band are better than any moment not being in this band. But this past year, it's been a lot of good vibes. You spend your life thinking you're never going to grow up, or being scared of it, and then when you finally do, sometimes it's hard to just enjoy it, but I think we've found that secret."

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Permalink 01/18/12 , by joanne Email , Interviews,

Gerard Way on how Metallica influenced his art, music

Their most famous record may be known as “The Black Album,” but veteran metal unit Metallica have triggered a wide palette of aesthetic visions. This Friday, Los Angeles’ Exhibit A Gallery will host Obey Your Master, an art exhibition featuring works influenced by the group’s output over the last 30 years. In addition to works created by such acclaimed names as Shepard Fairey, Travis Louie and Gail Potocki, the curators also enlisted the participation of Metalli-fan rockers as Black Veil Brides’ Andy Biersack, Slipknot’s Shawn “Clown” Crahan and My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way.

Way’s contribution to the exhibit is an installation of painted and fabricated landmines inspired by Metallica’s 1989 breakthrough track “One,” the video of which featured footage from the harrowing 1971 anti-war film Johnny Got His Gun. He talked with AP’s Jason Pettigrew about his contribution to the Exhibit A program, his unwavering love for Metallica and how he’d be terrified to meet the band.

Your piece is based upon the Metallica song “One.” What were you looking to achieve?
: The original idea was to get a pile of landmines to do as an installation. I asked a friend of mine to fabricate and cast a ton of these so they’d be cost-effective. Getting actual landmines—decommissioned or even replicas of landmines—is pretty much impossible. There were a couple of approaches I tried, but I decided upon a pile of destroyed, fragmented landmines.

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Permalink 01/18/12 , by joanne Email , Interviews,

Kids From Yesterday: Death Of Danger

Really, My Chemical Romance's Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys deserved better. A big, bold re-invention of their sound and swagger, it was, by the band's own admission, a "missile" aimed at destroying the staid state of rock and roll, and perhaps because of that fact, it failed to catch on here in the states.

You could practically track its decline based on the videos MCR released off the album, starting with the big-budget "Na Na Na" and the equally flashy follow-up, "Sing," in which they offed the titular Killjoys (who seemingly will never be heard of again). Their next single, "Planetary (Go!)" came coupled with a live video, and, to the best of my knowledge, a clip for "Bulletproof Heart" never materialized at all.

My Chem actually seemed to address the matter in an interview with MTV News last year, in which frontman Gerard Way lamented that the band had "gone through so many things" over the course of the Danger Days cycle, and hinted that, if there were to be any more videos off the album, they'd have to be financed by MCR themselves.

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Permalink 01/18/12 , by joanne Email , News, Articles,

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