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Apr 12, 2013

VIDEO: Death Spells - "Where are My Fucking Pills?"

Apr 9, 2013

PHOTOS: Candids - Gerard B-Day Pics, Gerard & Mikey

 "Oh and check this out. My DnD group- in my garage-Best birthday surprise EVER @lynzway thank you baby!"

"Amazing night! Thanks for all the birthday wishes-friends,family,DnD group,everyone.A pic @JonRivera took at midnight"



Apr 8, 2013

VIDEO: My Chemical Romance's First MTV Interview: Watch It Now!

In memory of MCR, MTV News dug up our first interview with the band, where they took us home to New Jersey.

Last week, My Chemical Romance called it quits, ending a rather remarkable career that spanned a dozen years, moved millions of units and saved even more lives.

In the aftermath of their split, frontman Gerard Way penned an emotional open letter to fans that offered no easy explanations, but closed with one rather searing sentiment: "My Chemical Romance is done. But it can never die."

And, in the days since the news broke, we've been hearing that same refrain echoed over and over again by members of the MCRmy, who are still coming to terms with the end of the band, but are determined to carry on their mantle — and their music — for the foreseeable future.


In a lot of ways, MTV News had a front-row seat for My Chemical Romance's rise to fame ... we were the first to talk to producer Rob Cavallo about the sessions that would lead to The Black Parade, and watched as MCR premiered "Welcome to the Black Parade" high atop Rockefeller Center during the 2006 Video Music Awards pre-show. And we were there in the early stages of Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys too, back when the album was still "a love letter to rock and roll" (and not "a missile" meant to kill it).

But our relationship with MCR actually began in July 2004, when we first sat down with Gerard, Mikey and Ray for a "You Hear It First" special, one that detailed the band's early days, laid out their plan to change the world, and, of course, took us to the Way family home in New Jersey. And today, after digging through our archives, we're bringing that special back for their fans.

In our interview, Gerard Way discussed the formation of My Chemical Romance, which happened as a direct response to the tragedies of 9/11, and set the stage for what would be a decade in which they'd become one of the biggest rock acts on the planet. And yet, they never lost sight of what brought them together in the first place.

 "September 11 really affected me and the band a great deal, the band literally started in the aftermath of that," Way said at the time. "When we practiced in [former drummer] Matt [Pelissier's] attic, there was a perfect view of the city, and then those two buildings were gone; we saw that every day for like a month, and it definitely had a lot to do with the genesis of the band, and what fueled us. It was like a therapy for all of us."

Way also remembered MCR's first practice with guitarist Ray Toro, where he said he experienced something he'd never felt before ... a feeling that hinted at the greatness to come.

"We knew from the first practice. It felt like nothing ever that we'd tried together, or with other people, and that's why I think it's happened so quickly," Way said. "It was like this forward momentum that was really great; it came out of some extremely negative, but we used it to fuel the band in a very positive way."

"I hadn't been playing guitar for a year and half, I was playing drums in a fun, crappy punk band before that, and it was a great opportunity to start playing guitar again," Toro added. "And the first time we practiced, there was just a vibe that I never felt before, playing with anybody else ... nothing ever felt the way that felt, and right away I knew something was special."

Turns out, they were right. My Chemical Romance may be gone, but the music they created, and the lives they touched ... well, they'll live on forever.


ARTICLE: Dark Horse Unveils Gerard Way's Finalized 'Killjoys' #1 Cover

After 12 years My Chemical Romance has come to an end, but just as the band and its music live on, so too will Dark Horse's upcoming comic set in the futuristic world of their alter-egos, The Killjoys. MCR frontman and acclaimed Umbrella Academy creator Gerard Way, co-writer Shaun Simon, artist Becky Cloonan and colorist Dan Jackson's The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys #1 is still cruising full speed ahead to its June 12 release date, following an initial Killjoys tale by the team in Dark Horses's Free Comic Book Day issue on May 4. In anticipation, Dark Horse has shared Way's finalized variant cover for Killjoys #1, which joins covers by Cloonan as well as his UA collaborator Gabriel Bá.

Fans looking to get their hands on Way's The True Lives of The Fabulous Killjoys #1 cover will need to hit up their retailer early, as it's a 1-in-50 variant. In the meantime, you can admire it digitally, below.

PHOTOS: Candids - Gerard

Apr 4, 2013


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Apr 2, 2013

AUDIO: Death Spells (James Dewees and Frank Iero) post “Hell All-American” demo clip

Death Spells—electronic noise project of James Dewees (The Get-Up Kids, Reggie And The Full Effect) and Frank Iero (LeATHERMOUTH, My Chemical Romance)—have posted the second of their new demo clips. Tonight’s snippet comes from “Hell All-American.” Stream it below:

Listen to this while you can. The stream will be taken down (just as the “hate unconditional” clip was) when the next one is posted.


PREVIEW: Kerrang! #1460, My Chemical Romance - Farewell To The Black Parade

After 12 years, four studio albums, and countless world tours, we wave a heavy-hearted farewell to My Chemical Romance. In this MCR-packed issue we pay tribute to the band; exploring the legacy that they leave behind them and revisiting how they grew through the pages of Kerrang!.
Feedback: We asked for your My Chemical Romance artwork, letters, tattoos, photos and experiences and you responded in your thousands. We sifted through, shed a sneaky tear, and compiled the best of it into a Kerrang! Feedback special that we like to call YOUR Chemical Romance. Plus: Tay Jardine from We Are The In Crowd goes head-to-head with reader A-Jay debating sexism in rock 'n' roll.

 News: As the dust settles on My Chemical Romance's split, Kerrang! re-examines the facts so far.


Apr 1, 2013

NEWS: Ray Toro Speaks

An old friend unknowingly helped me find the exact words to sum up my time in the band.Thanks for the memories...