As if we weren’t still riding the high of When We Were Young Fest 2023, the iconic festival will be returning to its homestead in Las Vegas, NV, on October 19 for When We Were Young 2024. The lineup, which consists of behemoths such as My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, A Day To Remember, Jimmy Eat World, Pierce The Veil, The Used, The All-American Rejects, and many more, performing iconic anniversary sets for albums such as The Black Parade, Homesick, and more, will kick off in October beneath the desert sun. Earlier today, Live Nation and The Noise dropped… Read more »
Sloppy Jane has unveiled a soul-stirring rendition of My Chemical Romance’s 2006 fan-favorite, “Cancer,” enriched with additional strings and haunting backing vocals that weave an exaggerated anguish through the track. The release of this cover is not the first time that Sloppy Jane has delivered this heartwrenching ballad with her fans as she performed the track at the 2022 Kilby Block Party in Salt Lake City, UT. The striking cover arrives via Phoebe Bridgers’ label imprint, Saddest Factory Records, as Sloppy Jane’s first release since her 2021 full-length Madison. While faithfully capturing the heart-rendering and profound essence of the original,… Read more »
Let’s start with everyone taking a collective deep breath… As fans swarm (see what we did there?) to social media to reminisce about My Chemical Romance’s triumphant return 4 years ago today, on October 31, 2019, some astute members of the MCRmy have also spotted what they believe to be a tantalizing hint at a new My Chem album or new music teaser. In a since-deleted Instagram Story post by a close friend of the band under the handle, @bigwormser, a seemingly harmless photo that could mean absolutely nothing has set the devoted fandom abuzz. The photo in question, which… Read more »
My Chemical Romance are one of the new songs that you can listen to on the Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit rollercoaster. The emos win again!
My Chemical Romance‘s iconic music video for “Welcome To The Black Parade,” the standout single of their 2006 third album, The Black Parade, has reached an incredible milestone, surpassing 300 million video views on YouTube. Released in 2006, this visual masterpiece has captivated fans and newcomers alike with its stunning imagery, powerful storytelling, and the band’s signature blend of emo and alternative rock. Following the massive success of their sophomore album, Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge, which features anthems such as “Helena” and “I’m Not Okay (I Promise),” “Welcome To The Black Parade” marked a pivotal moment in My Chemical… Read more »
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 »
When I was a young boy, my father took me into the city to see a…Yankees game? Yesterday, March 30, the New York Yankees kicked off Opening Day at Yankee Stadium against the San Francisco Giants. And with Opening Day, the Yankees organization has released a hype video with a surprise My Chemical Romance “G note.” While the video only runs for a minute and 49 seconds, the iconic 2006 My Chemical Romance track “Welcome To The Black Parade” echoes brilliantly behind the commentator. Cutting to the track’s epic third verse, fans are seen cheering while vocalist Gerard Way’s full-throated… Read more »
A special band. An iconic venue. A life-changing night.
This week’s Singles Lost in Time features music by My Chemical Romance and frederic.
— Today we talk about Anti-Flag’s new music video, the When We Were Young event you don’t want to miss, and My Chemical Romance touring in the US. — Anti-Flag Drops a New Music Video Punk legends Anti-Flag have dropped a brand new video for their song “Imperialism”. The track’s meaning takes a deep approach with a history rooted in frontman Justin Sane‘s family. On top of an already incredible song and music video, it also features Ashrita Kumar of Pinkshift. Anti-Flag brought them on because they believe a band like Pinkshift are the future of punk music (and we… Read more »