Former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way took to Twitter today to announce he’d returned to “the grid” to record a song for director Kevin Smith’s latest horror film, Tusk.
It’s not okay that My Chemical Romance broke up, but we promise fans will be happy about an upcoming greatest hits that is set to feature new demos and an unreleased track.
“I hate my weaknesses, they made me who I am,” Iero sings gruffly over gritty guitar fuzz, a heavy bass beat and pounding drums.
This news is not okay (I promise). After 12 years, four albums and a score of highly popular and visible songs, My Chemical Romance called it quits Friday (March 22), according to a post on […]
On Friday night (March 22), My Chemical Romance announced the band’s breakup, after a dozen years and four studio albums. Stunned by the news of MCR’s breakup, the band’s rabid legion of fans quickly raised […]
My Chemical Romance have split up. After a dozen years and four popular studio albums, the platinum-record band announced via a brief post on their website “it has come time for it to end.” Here’s […]
In “Zero Zero,” Way’s first release as Danny The Street, he strips away layers of My Chemical Romance’s production value and aims for a gritty, stripped down, old school punk vibe.