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Aug 14, 2011

REVIEW [excerpt]: The Load-Out: Aug. 11, 2011 (Honda Civic Tour)

"...Everyone knows My Chemical Romance. Whether it was their teenage anthem, “I’m Not Okay,” their Queen-inspired concept album, The Black Parade, or their newest effort, Danger Days, My Chem has been a staple in the popular music scene for the past few years. A tour with Blink-182 was something that was definitely a long time coming.

Playing a good mix from their three albums, it was apparent that everyone there knew them by the way the crowd screamed every word. Songs like “Helena” and “Teenagers” allowed the crowd to erupt in energy, even though they were in their seats. Oversized bouncy balls were in the air and provided some entertainment as the audience passed them through the sky. “The Kids From Yesterday,” an ode to all My Chem’s diehard fans, was my personal favorite of their set. Closing with their hit single off of The Black Parade, “Famous Last Words,” they left the stage with the crowd at an enormous roar. My Chemical Romance continues to break the rules on each release, and I believe after that set, everyone searched for “Three Cheers” on their iPod."

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