Monday, March 2 2015
The attacks of 9/11 may have caused a noticeable shift in the lyrical content of musicians and even sonic changes in the short term, but, in the end, normalcy finds a way to settle in.
Tuesday, April 15 2014
May Death Never Stop You proves to be a tricky overview of MCR's output, trying to please both casual fans and completists at the exact same time.
Wednesday, June 1 2011
A My Chemical Romance performance is a celebration of innocence, a wish for their admirers to never age bitterly.
Tuesday, November 30 2010
Comic book storylines? Britpop influences? Power Rangers guitar solos? My Chemical Romance's new album is a confusing mish-mash of styles, but not without a couple of bright spots ...
Wednesday, November 8 2006
Practically guaranteed (along with the shocking blond hair and gothic state of mind) to aggravate longtime fans, The Black Parade is, at best, an immersing concept album -- and at worst an uneven misfire.
Monday, December 1 2003
Wednesday, October 1 2014
It's been more than a year since My Chemical Romance decided to lay down their instruments, and PopMatters looks back on some of their finest moments.
Monday, May 2 2011
Or, as he says it on air, "Chemical Romance".
Sunday, December 19 2010
Inside, the atmosphere was buzzing as opener Dearly Beloved finished their set and radio host Fearless Fred from 102.1 The Edge appeared to announce the imminent appearance of My Chemical Romance.
Sunday, December 12 2010
Hot off the heels of their recent release Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, My Chemical Romance hits the touring circuits. Thanks
Wednesday, September 22 2010
Touted by the cover of January 2010's Alternative Press magazine as the most anticipated release of the year, My Chemical Romance's new album encountered a
Monday, November 22 2010
LOS ANGELES — High in his ridgeline home, sitting on a porch that feels like a ledge, Gerard Way peered through cigarette smoke and the late-afternoon
Monday, March 5 2007
When music is turned into a commodity, music as pure expression may be more important than ever. That's certainly the mindset of My Chemical Romance,