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My Chemical Romance Pass 300 Million Views On “Black Parade”

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 »


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 »


My Chemical Romance commits 'Parade' to CD/DVD

My Chemical Romance’s tour in support of its 2006 album “The Black Parade” forms the basis of “The Black Parade Is Dead!,” a CD/DVD package due June 24. The project was filmed October 7, 2007, at Mexico City’s Palacio de los Deportes, and October 24, 2007, at the tiny Maxwell’s in Hoboken, New Jersey. The CD portion of the Warner Bros. release sports 13 tracks, a track list it shares with disc one of the DVD, taped in Mexico City. The second DVD disc boasts 18 songs from the Hoboken show. In addition, “The Black Parade Is Dead!” can be… Read more »


10 Songs True Emo Kids Can Recognize By The First Note

By now, we’ve all seen the viral TikTok trend capitalizing on our emo heart’s trigger of the infamous G-Note. It’s no secret that playing this simple note will reveal any and every Emo Kid—current and former—within a considerable distance. After all, “Welcome To The Black Parade” by My Chemical Romance can easily go down in history as the most recognizable song across a span of generations. But how many more of these timeless classics can a true emo kid pick out before the lyrics even begin? Here’s our list of 10 songs true emo kids can recognize by the sound… Read more »


Is My Chemical Romance Teasing Their Fifth Album?

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 »


9 Best Theatrical Sets At When We Were Young Fest 2022

What a time to be an emo kid. With nostalgia in vogue, scene kids like ourselves are begging for another chance to live out our Warped Tour fantasies. The days of thick rubber bracelets with “I Love Boobies” imprinted into them, free meet-and-greets at the merch tent, and a day chock-full of heavy-hitting acts in the alternative space. Luckily, When We Were Young Fest is filling this void for the second year in a row with another incredibly stacked lineup. From legacy headliners like Green Day and blink-182 to next-generation acts like Magnolia Park and Games We Play, the second-annual… Read more »

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