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Apr 26, 2011

REVIEW: My Chemical Romance rock New York City: Band sells out Terminal 5 two nights in a row

My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way sure knows how to get a crowd pumped.

As the emo-punk-rock band launched into their second of two sold-out nights at Terminal 5, the flame-haired singer shared his theory with his fans: the second night is always better.

And he was right, judging by the intensity of the band -- and their die-hard New York fans' reactions.

On MCR's 2004 hit "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)," Way's voice was pretty much overpowered by the black-clad audience's, especially during the chorus.

To be fair, there really weren't many songs the crowd didn't sing just as loud as Way.

The loudest and most physical reaction came when MCR launched into their epic "Welcome To the Black Parade," from their last album, 2006's "Black Parade." As the marching band-inspired song filled the venue, you could actually feel everyone stomping along with the beat.

Other fan favorite from the night include new song "Sing," which was recently covered on "Glee," "Helena," "Bulletproof Heart" and "DESTROYA."

The New Jersey band, which formed in 2001, is currently on tour until May 29 with Neon Trees and The Architects in support of their latest album, "Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys," which was released last fall and shot to #1 on both Billboard's Rock and Alternative Album charts.


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