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My Chemical Romance and Welcome Skateboards Launch Collab

Turns out, Welcome Skateboards are the saviors of the broken, the beaten, and the damned. Today, the board company launched an exclusive collaborative collection with My Chemical Romance to pay homage to the band’s storied career. The collection features three decks inspired by the band’s first three studio album releases: 2002’s I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love, 2004’s Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge, and 2006’s The Black Parade.  Of the collaboration, Welcome Skateboards shared on their collection page, “Welcome is honored to announce our collaboration with the incomparable My Chemical Romance. As they return to the… Read more »


Rewind: September 17th, 2005 – Fall Out Boy

Photo credit: Gaëlle Pitrel. Full gallery here. Had my mother not thrown out a box labeled “Emotionless Catalyst” during my parents’ most recent move, someone would’ve stumbled over dozens of composition notebooks filled with Sonny Moore fanfiction, and my feelings would have spilled out. If you had the patience to flip past New Found Glory drawings and lyrics and managed to find a September 17, 2005 date, you would probably see the day I more than likely fell out of love with Fall Out Boy. For other seasoned fangurls, you might be racking your brains now, trying to piece together… Read more »


My Chemical Romance: Get A Band And Get A Life

For those involved in the indie punk and emo scenes, My Chemical Romance shouldn’t be an unfamiliar name. While the group have only been around for two years, they’ve received much attention for their debut album I Brought You My Bullets in 2002. They’ve toured extensively across North America and Europe with bands such as The Used and Taking Back Sunday, creating a major buzz for themselves. Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge, the band’s new major-label debut on Arista/Warner is just as dark, yet positively uplifting, and is getting a lot of play in stereos of emotionally-distraught teens, especially across… Read more »

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