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Jan 23, 2018

NEWS: Series of My Chemical Romance outtake videos appear on YouTube

My Chemical Romance’s YouTube channel springs to life with series of outtake videos along with their 2008 concert film The Black Parade Is Dead

My Chemical Romance’s YouTube channel has been reactivated for the first time in more than a year.

A series of outtake videos have been uploaded to the site, including footage of Welcome To The Black Parade and Helena.

Among the videos is their full 2008 concert movie The Black Parade Is Dead, which was recorded at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City in 2007 – the band’s final performance as The Black Parade.

It also includes their set from Maxwell’s in New Jersey from 2007.

My Chemical Romance split in 2013, with front man Gerard Way admitting that he had wanted to break up the band years before, saying: “By the end of The Black Parade I had in fact said everything I wanted to say.”

Click on a link below to view the selection of videos on the MCR Official Youtube page:

I'm Not Okay (I Promise) (Outtake Version 1) 

I Don't Love You (Outtake Version) 

Helena (Outtake Version)

Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na) (Outtake Version) & Art is a Weapon (Trailer)

Teenagers (Outtake Version) 

Planetary (Go!) (Outtake Version) 

I'm Not Okay (I Promise) (Outtake Version 2) 

Welcome to the Black Parade (Outtake Version)

SING (Outtake Version)

The Ghost of You (Outtake Version)

 Famous Last Words (Outtake Version)


Jan 22, 2018

NEWS: Watch My Chemical Romance’s ‘The Black Parade Is Dead!’ on YouTube

My Chemical Romance's The Black Parade Is Dead! is officially available on YouTube, meaning we know what we'll be watching tonight. (!!!)

Our little hearts fluttered when we saw an update from the MCR YouTube page, and when we saw it was their concert film, we were stoked.

Originally released in 2008, it features 33 live tracks and is basically two hours of pure, MCR bliss.

Whether or not you've watched it 10000 times already (as we have...), you can now watch it in-full below: