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Jun 25, 2011

VIDEO: My Chemical Romance Triumphs in Madrid, - "We Like the Energy of the Fans"

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"Lo que más nos gusta es la energía de las fans después de como nos recibieron en Valencia hace dos semanas, estamos muy excitados con lo que pueda pasar hoy". Eso nos contaban 'My Chemical Romance' antes de su concierto en Madrid.

Pues tampoco faltó energía anoche: la de sus fans y la que descargaron ellos desde el primer momento sobre el escenario. 'My Chemical Romance' era el plato fuerte de la primera jornada del Dcode Festival, y cerca de 11.000 personas, según la organización, acudieron a escuchar sus canciones en las que hablan de tiempos oscuros y de héroes dispuestos a ganar a las sombras.

"Creo que nuestras canciones son lo más directo que podemos hacer para conectar con un ser humano. Eso es lo que significa para mí", nos contaba Gerard Way, vocalista del grupo.

Con cuatro discos en el mercado se han convertido en un referente mundial, con una música que unos describen como rock, otros pop y algunos punk y emo. Una mezcla con la que esperan seguir triunfando en el mundo de la música.


 translated by Google Translate:
"What we like most is the energy of the fans after as we were in Valencia two weeks ago, we are very excited about what can happen today." My Chemical Romance told us before their concert in Madrid.

Well, not lacking in energy last night of their fans who downloaded them since the first moment on stage. My Chemical Romance' was the highlight of the first day of DCode Festival, and around 11,000 people, according to the organization, went to listen to their songs that tell of dark times and heroes ready to win the shadows.

"I think our songs are as direct as we can do to connect to a human being. That's what it means to me," said Gerard Way, lead singer of the group.

With four discs on the market they have become a world leader, with music that some describe as rock, pop punk and emo. A mixture with which they expect to triumph in the world of music.

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