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.
Breakups are hard and it often takes a little separation before you can truly address what has happened. As such, My Chemical Romance guitarist Frank Iero has delivered his heartfelt reflection on the band's recent split, admittedly taking the time to get what he wanted to say just right.
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.
After spending 12 years together, My Chemical Romance have called it a career, but not without leaving fans with a decade's worth of inspired, passionate and frequently uplifting music. The band may have began their career being lumped into the
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.
My Chemical Romance recently announced their plans to reveal the pre-'Danger Days' material that they recorded for the scrapped album 'Conventional Weapons.' Now they've revealed the schedule for the songs that will be spread out over the next five months.
The theatrical side of My Chemical Romance was one of the drawing points for their 2004 album, 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge,' but fans wouldn't see exactly how far the band was willing to take it until the 2006 album, 'The Black Parade.'
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