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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 »


Yankees use iconic My Chemical Romance track in their 2023 hype video

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 »


News Flashes 09.07.22: Anti-Flag’s New Music Video, When We Were Young Sideshow, My Chemical Romance’s Return to the US

— 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 »


My Chemical Romance Is Taking Emo Makeup to the Next Level!

Fans may have been wondering what was up with the burning white rose on My Chemical Romance’s instagram yesterday. Well today, makeup company HipDot announced the official MCR collaboration. The collection drops tomorrow and according to the teaser post, the brand promises they, “have a surprise coming for those who purchase within the first 72hrs… Taking guesses!” Who else is beyond excited for this? View this post on Instagram A post shared by My Chemical Romance (@mychemicalromance)


My Chemical Romance Announce Their First Tour In Nine Years

My Chemical Romance has announced their first tour in 9 years. Rumors of a reunion began over the summer of 2019 when Joe Jonas, Jonas Brother, and eyebrow aficionado, mentioned in an interview that he overheard MCR rehearsing. The internet was abuzz until Frank Iero, rhythm guitarist for the group, posted a comically aggressive rebuttal insinuating Jonas’ statement made as much sense as The Ramones getting back together.  Fast forward to October 31, 2019, when the band announced a reunion show at the landmark Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles. The December 20, sold-out show set fans daydreaming for a… Read more »

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