My Chemical Romance

My Chemical Romance

Stereo Six: Pearls & Bones’ Tastiest Album Countdown: Albums Inspired by Their Favourite Sandwiches

Interview and Label Profile: Pure Noise Records

Gerard Way discusses his writing process and “what’s been working lately”

“A band with the potential to go deep and far”: Our original 2004 review of Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge

Bluedive Release Debut EP ‘Bittersweet’

Life Is Proud: Laura Jane Grace launches Kerrang!​’s new Pride campaign

Pop-Punkers ALMOST Deliver a High-Energy Summer Jam with New Single “What Did You Learn Last?” [Premiere]

Misfits added to Riot Fest 2022, will play ‘Walk Among Us’ in full

My Chemical Romance add more dates to rescheduled 2022 tour

News: Thursday Announce Livestream Celebrating Anniversaries of Full Collapse and No Devolución

Thursday To Host ‘Signals V3 – Full Devolución’ Livestream This Friday

Gerard Way: 2019 live comeback was the “most fun” My Chemical Romance show ever

THURSDAY celebrates the 20th anniversary of Full Collapse and 10th anniiversary of No Devolución; announce Signals V3 FULL DEVOLUCIÓN Livestream!

KAHAL, a 15 year old prodigy of fuzz rock and bedroom pop, shares new single & video “AM I HERE”

New Noise’s Bandcamp Friday Picks: May 2021

Punk rockers AMERICAN THRILLS mix gritty punk rock with energetic, upbeat hooks on their new EP, listen!

My Chemical Romance reschedule tour, to headline Riot Fest in 2022

My Chemical Romance postpone all tour dates to 2022

Purely Provocative: Soundhoose Sound Off on the Less Glamorous Side of Rock

GUEST PLAYLIST: As Everything Unfolds

Album Review: Plastic Tears – Anthems For Misfits

Fightmilk Deliver Joyous New Single & Video ‘Overbite’

Track Premiere: The Ragetones – ‘Dream’

NEWS: Frank Iero hints at fifth My Chemical Romance album!

Video Premiere: Vision Video – ‘Comfort In The Grave’

NEWS: My Chemical Romance’s Eden Sessions 2021 show postponed!

Matt Heafy mashes up Trivium and My Chem in the style of Michael Bublé

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Video Spotlight: Ashland – ‘Misery’

Bert McCracken: “The Used made it awful for all the true punk bands, we weren’t afraid of radio or MTV”

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