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domingo, 31 de octubre de 2010

sábado, 30 de octubre de 2010


Feliz cumpleaños Frankie!
No quiero sonar cursi al expresar todo el amor groupie obsesivo que siento por ti xD asi que me quedare calladita amor mio, pero te metere la acosada maldita por twitter, ojala y no me vuelvas a bloquear xD jajaja te amo enanito :)

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Fotos nuevas! :D

My Chemical Romance - You know what they do to guys like us in prison [LIVE at Melkweg Amsterdam]


jueves, 28 de octubre de 2010

alguien tiene el video de estas fotos???

por favor!!

My Chemical Romance playing Guitar Hero - Games Week, Paris 28.10.10

1. enano hermoso
2. mikey da miedo, mirenlo nomas
3. que carajo hace gerard? primero como que miraba al enano luego andaba estresado x no ser el centro del universo, ah chinga firma autografos, pinche diva xDD
4. reymundo eres amor
5. baterista te violare,lo sabes, lo se


miércoles, 27 de octubre de 2010


Juro que mejor idea no han podido tener *____* yo las intente hacer pero me salieron horribles, pero ahora podemos imprimirlas, que emocion xD hagan click en la fotito y los manda a la web para descargarlas!

Portada del nuevo single: SING

Productor: Neil Krug
Diseño:Varnish Studio.
Fuente: Jeff

lunes, 25 de octubre de 2010

Fotos de Manchester

Mañana es el concierto de Green Day en PERU asi que estoy como loca, actualizo mañana temprano espero, besos xD y si leen Biografia y Secuelas. firmen pos o voy a pensar que nadie lee y cierro los blogs
bye! xD

My Chemical Romance Talk New Drummer

Ray Toro tells Rock Sound about the band's new live drummer Michael Pedicone.

My Chemical Romance guitarist Ray Toro recently spoke to Rock Sound about the band's new drummer Michael Pedicone.

The new sticksman, who previously spent time behind the kit for The Bled, has impressed at the band's London and Manchester shows but if you are expecting to see him on the covers of magazines soon then you may be disappointed according to Toro.

"We have known him for years and we've booked him to play all our shows with us right now but we are just seeing how it works out," he admitted. "But as far as members and the people you see in magazines and in the videos it is just going to be the four of us for the time being."

My Chemical Romance Live In London: The First Review

We were at the Hammersmith Apollo for the legends' return, and the full review and setlist is right here...

There are more than a few cynics in the world, and even more who feel like it’s their duty to hate My Chemical Romance for one reason or another. In the best possible way it’s impossible to not have an opinion on them but an hour or so after they walk offstage everyone in attendance tonight – their first live performance in about 18 months – seems to be united in their conclusion: they slayed, they dominated, they annihilated and controlled. Full disclosure: the writer of this review is hardly an MCR fanboy waiting for the return of his heroes, more someone waiting to be impressed by a band who are supposed to be something special. But tonight, faced with a crowd who wanted them to be something special they were... special.

Storming onstage with ‘Na Na Na...’ to deafening screams (the sheer noise that greets MCR when they trudge into view is astonishing) and then rolling directly into ‘Thank You For The Venom’ is the sign of a band blessed with a surfeit of confidence. It’s like people can’t quite believe they’re seeing the band performing in person: there’s a genuine excitement in the air that pushes ‘Dead!’ and ‘Cemetary Drive' but it’s more appreciation than dumbfounded acceptance. The first bonafide new song, ‘Planetary (GO!)’, is a significant departure – less screeching guitars, more French electro-indebted drum machines – and is met initially with confusion and then full-bodied devotion as the chorus kicks in. But considering they follow it with ‘I’m Not OK’, which is the dictionary definition of a slam dunk, it’s like MCR know they can veer in whatever direction they like and know within a few seconds they’ll own everyone again.

While they only play four new songs over the course of almost two hours the new material they air demonstrates the full range of ‘Danger Days...’. ‘The Only Hope For Me Is You’ is a head-nodding classic rock tune beamed back from 20 years in the future and while the set-closer, ‘The Kids From Yesterday’, isn’t quite the big hit everyone was no doubt hoping for it’s strong enough to suggest that when it rings out over festival fields next summer it’ll be hollered back with the energy that, say ‘Teenagers’ is tonight. And when ‘Give ‘Em Hell, Kid’ and ‘You Know What They Do To Guys Like Us In Prison’ are pumped out they’re received like water to the thirsty; considering the ferocity of tonight’s performance the band justify the adoration that floods their way.

When Gerard invites one kid onstage to sing ‘Honey, This Mirror Ain’t Big Enough For The Two Of Us’, and the lucky Killjoy invites her twin sister along it’s clear that tonight will be the best moment of their young lives; when the opening of ‘Welcome To The Black Parade’ chimes out the only way to describe the reaction is euphoric. ‘Helena’ and ‘This Is How I Disappear’ are, rather obviously, lapped up. The jaunty ‘Mama’ is a bit of a misstep but considering it’s followed by ‘Teenagers’ it’s quickly forgiven.

So what’s the verdict? In short, MCR proved they’re a staggering live band who know how to work a crowd in order to introduce daring new material, but the most impressive thing is that they did it in such a way that satisfied their most rabid of fans. They could have showed up, run through some classics and unveiled a few new ones with the minimum of effort and still enjoyed a heroes’ welcome, but the passion with which they played is what elevated tonight into one of the most important MCR shows of their career. “We’re really excited about this new record, but we’re more excited about the next 10 years of this band,” said Gerard onstage, and this rainy Saturday night in west London shows the next decade (or two) will be extremely fruitful, to say the least.

My Chemical Romance Played:

Na Na Na
Thank You For The Venom
Cemetary Drive
Planetary (GO!)
I'm Not OK
Give 'Em Hell, Kid
Bring More Knives (Our Lady Of Sorrow)
I Don't Love You
You Know What They Do To Guys Like Us In Prison
The Only Hope For Me Is You
Honey, This Mirror Ain't Big Enough For The Both Of Us
This Is How I Disappear
Welcome To The Black Parade
The Ghost Of You
Famous Last Words
Kids From Yesterday


domingo, 24 de octubre de 2010

Gerard besa FAN hombre en CONCIERTO EN LONDRES

My Chemical Romance Spain en Londres - 23 Octubre 2010 from My Chemical Romance Spain on Vimeo.

carajo! ahora hay que tener pene para besar a Gerard o Billie Joe?

Declaraciones del suertudo:

"Gerard se sitúa frente a mi, y de pié me pone
morritos de beso, cosa que yo respondo con otros morritos de beso desde
el foso. Empieza a agacharse, y yo en ese eterno momento pensaba que no atrevería delante de la prensa y el público. Pe
lo hizo, me plantó un beso en los labios. Nunca lo olvidaré… Sabía a
tabaco y estaba muy húmedo. Me dejó todas las babas en la boca. ¡Gracias

Fotos del concierto de ayer Parte#2