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Sep 30, 2011

REVIEW [excerpt]: Blink-182, My Chemical Romance in West Palm Beach, FL (9/23)

"...Next up was Gerard Way’s post-hardcore extravaganza. Prior to any music hitting the stage from My Chemical Romance, an Asian woman appeared on screens, repeating phrases again and again, the whole thing mirroring those videos from Lost‘s Dharma Initiative. The band hit the stage soon after. Leaving behind the Sephora merch and Gothic Sgt. Pepper’s fashion of yesteryear, the New Jersey rockers instead came out looking like garage punk heroes, shattering any prior assumptions.

Still in support of last year’s Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, My Chemical Romance performed a variety of hits off the effort, including set opener (and the irritably titled) “Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)” and “Planetary (Go!)”. Throughout the performance, however, Way appeared beleaguered and out of breath as he stomped back and forth on stage, leaving guitarist Frank Iero to fill in the gaps on hits “I’m Not Ok (I Promise)” and “Helena”. Although the songs sounded sharp enough altogether, the showmanship did lack some finesse, though perhaps Way was just having a rough night."

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