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lunes, 27 de septiembre de 2010

My Chemical Romance, 'Danger Days...' - First Listen

My Chemical Romance release their fourth album 'Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys' on November 22. Dan Martin has heard it...

Back in February I heard six songs that were apparently destined for the April-due fourth album from My Chemical Romance. It was exciting. Gerard Way told me subsequently how they were done with hiding behind alter-egos and were stoked to be making a back-to-basics rock album.

The songs were good, some of them great. But with fabulous hindsight, the whole thing sounded just a little bit too of this Earth. Not long after Bob Bryar left in still-mysterious circumstances. Then the band announced they were going to back to do a few more tweaks.

Thank Hell they did. Because what feels like an eternity later, on Friday I went into the record company under armed guard (not really) and heard the record as it has eventually materialised. And OH MY GOD you’re going to like this.


‘Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys’ changes the game in exactly the same way ‘The Black Parade’ did, while managing to be completely different from it in every single way.

It channels the band’s genius tastes for the absurd and the outlandish into a record in gleeful love with the macho pleasures of old school rock’n’roll. The jazz hands aren’t visible to the naked eye, but they’re there in spirit.

From the songs I heard back in February, when Gerard believed the album was finished, the garage-thrash ‘Black Dragon Fighting Society’ and daughter-ballad ‘Light Behind Your Eyes’ have been dropped completely.

And the best song from that bunch, ‘Bulletproof Heart’ has been tantalisingly kept back from the copy doing the rounds in the UK, but apparently will make the final tracklisting. Back then it was camp and Killersy and pop, but you should also remember that the songs from that sampler which did survive are barely recognisable from the originals.

This is the best rock record of the year by such a margin that you actually feel rather embarrassed for everybody else. This isn’t over-excitement. In 2010’s final act, consider rock’n’roll saved.

‘Look Alive, Sunshine’
Things kick off all ‘Songs For The Deaf’ as our host of sorts, pirate radio DJ Dr Death Defy welcomes the Killjoys with a great big clarion call. It’s the bit from the start of the trailer, basically.

‘Na Na Na’
The single, as you know. A hare-brained garage spectacle of a thing that reinvents MCR as day-glo outlaws at a Motocross rally. Thing is, as thrillingly fresh-faced as it is, it’s actually the most ‘MCR so far’ thing to be found here, which is really saying something. From here on in, all bets are off.

Starting off synthy, slinky and just a little bit funky, ‘Sing’ then erupts into another call to euphoric call to mass doing-stuff-together as waves of filthy bass cascade around Gerard as he sings, “You’ve got to be what tomorrow needs” as he dodges elephant-stomp drums. This is the likely second single.

‘Planetary (Go!)’
More straight-ahead rock underpinned by a slight Giorgio Moroder thing going on in the background, giving way to scattershot machine-gunny guitars as the album hits its masculine stride.

‘The Only Hope For Me Is You’
The original version we heard of this was a big emotive ballad in the vein of ‘I Don’t Love You’. Here it’s synthed up and theatrical, almost turning into a 4/4 house tune at one point before morphing into sabre-toothed gonzoid, robotic thrash. Amazing.

‘Jet-Star And The Kobra Kid / Traffic Report’
Dr Death Deft is back with a traffic report, and an instruction to “die with your mask on if you have to.”

‘Party Poison’
Live versions of this are all over the internet in its original incarnation as ‘Death Before Disco’. The new version is less Hives-y and more bloodcurdling. “This ain’t a party / get off the dancefloor / you wanna get down / I wanna gang war.”

‘Save Yourself, I’ll Hold Them Back’
A massive FM rock love-letter to fans, taking off from the message left at the end of ‘Famous Last Words’ last time round. Lyrically this is familiar territory to what MCR have always done, imploring, “This ain’t a room full of suicides,” giving way to the band’s renewed sense of determination: “We can live forever if you’ve got the time.”

‘The Scarecrow Blues’
This is the best song. A ludicrously gay lighters-aloft Starship style ANTHEM. Except nothing being that simple, it’s buried beneath swathes of thick, filthy crude oil and feedback such that you can barely even hear the vocal. BRAVE.

‘Anytime You Want’
A great big pop song with an irresistible Hall and Oates sheen and very possibly the most memorable chorus on an album not exactly short of them.

Huge tribal goth guitar groove, repeated over and over again like a heavy metal Stone Roses doing something from The Rocky Horror Show, culminating in Gerard screeching the title over and over and over and over again. Insanely heavy, and therefore brilliant.

‘The Kids From Yesterday’
Can’t remember much about this one was cos was still picking self up off the floor after ‘Destroyah’. It’s a bit slow and windswept.

‘Goodnite Dr Death’
And our compere signs off, followed by something so hilarious and brilliant it would be considered a spoiler if we were to reveal it to you now.

‘Vampire Money’
Classic bastard Stooges garage rock, by way of the Tazmanian Devil from Looney Toons. My Chem goof up, freak out, screech off into the sunset. RESULT.


jueves, 23 de septiembre de 2010


Hello Friends,

So people have been talking, as people do... and the word on the street is you guys liked the trailer we made! Your excitement has been so overwelming that we've decided to release a record to go along with it.

So, on November 22 of this year if you visit your local record store....hahaha record store, sorry I sound like a caveman...anyway, if you go to a place that sells music discs or visit your favorite worldwide web address that offers MP3's, our new record "Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys" will be there waiting for you. Please claim your copy in a timely fashion, as music always sounds better in your ears when it is hot off the presses.

Oh, and if there are some of you out there that still need convincing or you must know every detail before your heart's content, here is the final tracklisting for our new record:

1. Look Alive, Sunshine
2. Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)
3. Bulletproof Heart
5. Planetary (GO!)
6. The Only Hope For Me is You
7. Jet-Star and the Kobra Kid/Traffic Report
8. Party Poison
9. Save Yourself, I'll Hold Them Back
10. S/C/A/R/E/C/R/O/W
11. Summertime
13. The Kids From Yesterday
14. Goodnite, Dr. Death
15. Vampire Money



Frank and your handsome friends at My Chemical Romance

miércoles, 22 de septiembre de 2010

Frank Iero entrevista en 987fm

My Chemical Romance rhythm guitarist Frank Iero called in to Los Angeles' 98.7 FM to hurriedly discuss the band's upcoming album, Danger Days: True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys.

Iero reveals that "from what [he knows], the record will be out mid-November" and he's "pretty sure it's the 22nd," solidifying the date that has been circulating through various outlets but that has yet to be confirmed through the band's official website.

Iero also sheds some light on a prospective time in which the band will play shows Stateside; as, they are about to embark on their European tour

"As far as playing L.A., we would love to be here as soon as possible, but I think that might actually have to wait until November as well. We might be doing some sort of shows, maybe smaller or radio shows." Iero says he "has [his] fingers crossed" on an L.A. show before the end of the year.

Iero jokes that he is "contractually obligated" to say that the newest record is the best; however, he admits seriously that the album is a step in the best direction from the band's first attempt at it.

"If you're not 100% happy with a record, then you shouldn't put it out. And that's exactly what happened. I mean, we wrote a record, we finished it and we like, 'This is pretty good,' and everybody told us that it was really great, and then we listened to it and we were like, 'You know what? We can do better,'" Iero said.

"'Good enough' isn't good enough for us, is the thing. We went back into the studio, and we wrote a bunch more songs, and I truly feel like this is the best record we could have created right now."

You can now listen extended version of the interview 98.7 FM's website.

Para Descarga directa de la entrevista del enano hacer click AQUI

Video: My Chemical Romance In Studio With Kat Corbett

Guitarist Ray Toro and brothers Gerard and Mikey Way of My Chemical Romance stopped by Studio K today to catch up with Kat and world premiere their new song “Na Na Na” to the KROQ audience. People were tuning in from all over the U.S. to hear the debut of the first single off their upcoming album Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, due out November 22nd.

Since the on-air interview was cut short, we promised you the full version here on…and that’s exactly what we have for you.

Link directo:

Gracias a @Vivikity_LadyV :)

Na na na (letras :)

Descargala aqui:

[spoken by Dr. Death Defying:]
Look alive, sunshine...
109 in the sky but the pigs won't quit,
You're here with me, Doctor Death Defying
I'll be your surgeon, your proctor, your helicopter
Pumpin' out the slaughtermatic sounds to keep you live
A system failure for the masses, anti-matter for the master plan
Louder than God's revolver and twice as shiny
This one's for all you rock and rollers,
All you crash-queens and motorbabies, listen up!
The future is bulletproof, the aftermath is secondary
It's time to do it now and do it loud
Killjoys, make some noise!

(Na na na…)

Drugs, gimme drugs, gimme drugs
I don't need it, but sell whatcha got
Take the cash and I'll keep it
Eight legs to the wall, hit the gas, kill 'em all
And we crawl, and we crawl, and we crawl
(You'll be my detonator!)

Love, gimme love, gimme love
I don't need it but I'll take what I want from your heart
And I'll keep it in a bag (in a box)
Put an 'X' on the floor
Gimme more, gimme more, gimme more!
Shut up and sing it with me!

(Na na na…)

For my security, to every enemy
We're on their property, standing in V-formation
A swollen artery, plastic surgery
Keep your apology, give us more detonation!

More, gimme more, gimme more!

A’ lemme tell ya 'bout the sad man
Shut up and lemme see your jazz hands
Remember when you were a madman?
Thought you was Batman,
And hit the party with a gas can
Kiss me, you animal!

(Na na na…)

You run the company, a public enemy
I think we'd rather be burning your information
A swollen artery, plastic surgery
Keep your apology, give us more detonation

And right here, right now
All the way in Battery City
Little children, raise your open filthy palms
Like tiny daggers up to heaven
And all the juvi halls, and the ------- rats
And us angels made from neon and fucking garbage
Scream out "What will save us?"
And the sky opened up

Everybody wants to change the world,
Everybody wants to change the world
But no one, no one wants to die
Wanna try, wanna try, wanna try,
Wanna try, wanna try now,
(I'll be your detonator!)

[insert wicked awesome solos here]

(Na na na…)

Make no apology, and step the fuck away
On my authority
Crash and burn, young and loaded
Drop like a bullet shell, just like a sleeper cell
I'd rather go to hell than be in purgatory
Cut my hair, gag and bore me
Pull this pin, let this world explode

Nueva Foto!



me desmayooo!!

MCR en el show de Weezer

Solo estan Ray, Gerard & Mikey

martes, 21 de septiembre de 2010

KROQ mañana estrena primer single

Mañana miercoles a las 11:30am hora de Los Angeles California, gringolandia. Sonara por primera vez el esperado primer single de MyChem
Problema: la radio solo se escucha en gringolandia >_< Esta radio se llama KROQ y la unica alternativa para poder escucharla pirateando la señal es meterse aqui

Otra alternativa es comprarte la cancion en Amazon por aca:

Pero ahi tendrian que esperar hasta el 28 de setiembre :)

Igual prometo mañana navegar e_e y ver si alguna solidaria fan grabo la cancion y la bajo xD y asi todas las que vivimos en Sudamerica podemos oir la nueva cancion del gordo, el afro, el enano, el pollo, y el nuevo batero el de tanga celeste xD



Descarga el trailer de MCR




lunes, 20 de septiembre de 2010

Tim Hagevik ¿Bateria de MCR?

*Tim es el de la ultima fila, se ve simpatico...

Hoy en día no existe mejor forma de retroalimentación de las bandas a sus fans que por sus cuentas de redes sociales o bien a la vieja escuela en su sitio oficial. Tal es el caso de My Chemical Romance que desde que entraron al estudio no han dejado de postear los avances y algunas fotografías.

Durante el fin de semana a través de se anunció de vía extra oficial el nombre del cuarto álbum de My Chemical Romance y la fecha en que se podrá adquirir, teniendo la oportunidad de pre-ordenarlo.

Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys es el trabajo discográfico sucesor de The Black Parade de 2006, en el que repitieron personal de producción al lado de Rob Cavallo (Green Day, Goo Goo Dolls, Meat Loaf, Fleetwood Mac).

Les dejamos el teaser de lo que promete ser el video del sencillo oficial con el que Gerard Way, Ray Toro, Frank Iero, Mikey Way y Tim Hagevik (quien reemplazó a Bob Bryar) regresan a los escenarios, confirmando fechas de presentaciones para la Unión Europea.


Comentarios: no esta confirmado pero los rumores son fuertes en especial en twitter.

Si son las IERO TWINS

le pregunto una fan al enano por la foto y el respondio

holy detective work batfans!

domingo, 19 de septiembre de 2010

MCR announce "The World Contamination Tour" dates in Europe

My Chemical Romance will perform at Edinburgh Corn Exchange on Monday, October 25th as part of their upoming "The World Contamination Tour" in Europe. Tickets are on sale Friday, September 24th at 9AM local venue time. Visit and keep an eye on for more information and more dates coming soon!

For tickets call: 08444 999 990 or visit

Comentarios: pinches killjoys por que no vienen a sudamerica? aca los fans los perturban mas que en europa en su pais. fuck !!




viernes, 17 de septiembre de 2010

quienes son estos bebes?



Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys (fotos)


Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, the new album from My Chemical Romance, Coming Soon

Sin palabras
solo agregar: frank engordaste de nuevo? haber si ahora el gordo te pone al dia y bajas un poquito no? ok comentario idiota xD

Letras de Bullet Proof Heart?

This is the last time
This is the final time
Our bullet proof hearts take the final bullet
If we want to live we will stay with you
If we want to die we will go alone

A Google search for “My Chemical Romance Bullet Proof Heart” returns, who have posted the alleged lyrics for the bands first single. Posted above is what appears to be the chorus, for the full lyrics check out The fourth verse contains the lyrics “because this world isn’t big enough”. It sounds like this could possibly be the lyrics to the hidden track on the WKIL channel.

robado de una pagina de almas xD no me acuerdo el nombre :S

jueves, 16 de septiembre de 2010

New album name leaked?

It appears as though HMV, a British entertainment retail chain has leaked the name of My Chemical Romance’s upcoming album. As we reported earlier, HMV’s online store had listed the untitled album for release on November 22, 2010, but recently the site has added a name: Danger Days: True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys. The Killjoys was to be Gerard Way’s upcoming comic book collaboration announced at Comic Con 2009. The name would make sense since the spider motif that appeared in the original Killjoys promotional art has also resurfaced in Frank Iero’s recent lithograph, the exclusive Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock guitar strap, and Gerard’s recent gallery work Yellow.

What do you guys think? Is this the name of the upcoming album, or did HMV blow it?

Also, check out, which is also reporting the story.

Photo credit: Screenshot from

Bulletproof Heart

Portada del primer single de mis amores Bulletproof Heart, un nombre que se barajo en muchas entrevistras, no se uds pero estoy saltando en un pie(? encima dicen que lo escucharemos el 28 de setiembre :D