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.'
My Chemical Romance were forced to make a very quick decision last year after booting drummer Mike Pedicone from the band for stealing in the midst of their Honda Civic Tour dates with Blink-182. But the decision to bring in former Suicide File skinbeater Jarrod Alexander has been a solid one so far.
We recently reported on the firing of My Chemical Romance drummer Michael Pedicone, who was accused of stealing from the band and promptly dismissed. Now, Pedicone has responded to the allegations in a statement he released to Kerrang! magazine.
My Chemical Romance have fired drummer Michael Pedicone and with good reason. Pedicone was caught stealing from the band, resulting in him being dismissed from what was quite a plum gig. Luckily for the sticky-fingered Pedicone, the band does not plan to press charges against him for his actions.
Queen guitar hero Brian May sat in with My Chemical Romance during the New Jersey rockers' headlining set at England's Reading Festival over the weekend. May joined MCR for an epic version of Queen’s ‘We Will Rock You,’ the first song of their encore.
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