Way shares stories about his multiple "rock bottoms," completely disconnecting from his loved ones and his EC band members committing him to rehab.
My Chemical Romance
Former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way is ready to return with his debut solo album, 'Hesitant Alien.'
More than a month ahead of the March 25 release of their greatest hits collection 'May Death Never Stop You,' the now defunct My Chemical Romance are unleashing the album's first single, 'Fake Your Death,' via iTunes this evening (Feb. 17). The song can be heard in the trailer for the album release posted above.
Though My Chemical Romance announced their break up earlier this spring, frontman and founder Gerard Way hasn't exactly been taking it easy. The singer tells Yahoo! Music that he's been keeping busy writing a lot of material and while he hasn't chosen his next project as of yet, he does have one gig on the horizon -- music for a children's show.
As we previously reported, alt-rock favorites My Chemical Romance announced to the world that they had broken up this past Friday (March 22). After four studio albums, six EPs, two live albums, a recent compilation of previously scrapped songs and millions of fans acquired along the way, My Chemical Romance called it a day after 12 years together.
My Chemical Romance shockingly have announced their breakup. The band, who formed in New Jersey in late 2001 just after the 9/11 attacks, enjoyed a very successful run that saw them become one of the more creatively ambitious rock outfits of the last decade. Our Readers Poll asks you, the My Chemical Romance fans, to reflect on their career and let us know which of their songs was your favorite.