As we previously reported, alt-rock favorites My Chemical Romance announced to the world that they had broken up this past Friday (March 22). After four studio albums, six EPs, two live albums, a recent compilation of previously scrapped songs and millions of fans acquired along the way, My Chemical Romance called it a day after 12 years together.
Michael Pedicone, who’s been the drummer for My Chemical Romance since 2010, has been fired for stealing from the band.
What exactly he took is still unclear, but the band’s guitarist, Frank Iero, made his displeasure clear in a news post on MCR’s website.
To benefit the earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan, My Chemical Romance have released the single 'Sing It For Japan', a re-imagining of their hit song 'Sing' exclusively to iTunes. See the video for it/hear the song after the jump, and be sure to check out the Benefit Site they've set up as well.
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My Chemical Romance say they could see their Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys album converting to a movie someday. The group told NME they think the album’s content would translate into film well. That would be exciting!