Is a band from Newark, New Jersey that now have three full length albums. (1:I Gave You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love, 2:Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge and 3: The Black Parade) My Chemical Romance get alot of undeserved shit from the public. They truely are amazing guys. And they do not make Emo Music (Emo music is non exsistant at the moment. It was around in the 80's. And anything now that sounds like it should really be called, "Post Emo.") My Chemical Romance make "Violent Pop Music." And these things that people say about them are so unbelievebly stupid. And the people that say them, ovbiously do not know anything about My Chem. Because if they really knew shit, they would actually probally like them. The whole reason that people do not, for whatever reason, like My Chem, is because of this thing in the world called cliques and labels. And the people that listen to My Chemical Romance are labeled, "Emo" by you inconsiderate conformists out there. So therefore, people under certain other categories do not listen to them because of these "Emo" people. Not because they truely hate Gerard, Mikey, Ray, Bob or Frank or their music. But the label emo is another subject entirely. What I'm trying to prove is this; People are different. If we weren't different, life would be boring. And people that piss apon people because they live a certain way and they don't like it, it total bullshit. People will continue to live their lives however they choose. So pick your battles. And don't get mad about rock bands. Because really, the people that listen to My Chemical Romance are not likely to bitch about your music because they have better things to do than disrepute other people's music.
Yes, Mikey and Gerard are brothers. Singles so far: "honey this mirror isn't bing enough for the two of us", "vampires will never hurt you", "I'm not okay, I promise", "Helena".
Please look into them before being asswipes. I'm not okay doesn't do them justice (not that it's not good) but.. if you want to hear a real MCR song listen to something like " Thank you for the venom" or "our lady of sorrows" or something like that to get a better idea of their sound.
I saw them in october (04') and they were amazing.
Their other singles include 'Vampires Will Never Hurt You', 'Honey This Mirror Isn't Big Enough For The Two Of Us,' and 'The Ghost of You' which was leaked on the internet before the release date. A fourth single from their latest album, Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge, is planned in the Band's future. As of now, the next single could possibly be 'You Know What They Do To Guys Like Us In Prison' or 'Cemetary Drive'.
They currently have 5 members: Mikey Way, Gerard Way, Bob Bryar, Frank Iero, and Ray Toro.
My Chemical Romance has 2 albums out currently (I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love and Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge). A third album is due to be recorded sometime in the winter.
They are currently finishing up headlining the Warped Tour and will begin their first headlining tour of the USA and a couple of UK dates in the fall.
Judging from most interviews the band has participated in, their music is difficult to classify, but can be classified as "Violent Pop-Rock".
If you don't like My Chemical Romance, then just don't listen to them (and if you don't like them, what are you doing looking this up?)
Ray Toro-Lead Guitar
Michael Way-Bass Guitar
Gerard Way-Lead Vocals
Bob Bryar- Drums
For all you ass-kissing teens. not meaning to offend anybody, if thats what you are, thats what you are
Mikey Way- Not asthmatic, Engaged to be married.
Frank Iero- Also engaged to be married.
Ray Toro- Maybe he doesn't want you to fuck his hair.
Bob Bryar- Amazing drummer, he won't 'sex' you.
Gerard Way- Please don't say you would like to rape him.
These guys get under-rated so much for their talent even though they are currently in the spotlight. A bunch of hard working people who give their all into every single part of their jobs. Inspirational, most have fucked up and made mistakes but they learnt to deal with it.
A group of people just wanting to portray a message and take music to places that it hasn't been for a long while.