My Chemical Romance

My Chemical Romance When the attacks occurred Sept. 11 on the Twin Towers, Gerard worked for a comic book industry in New York, and from there he could see the disaster. From that moment he felt he was wasting his life and decided to do something significant with it, forming the band My Chemical Romance. The song “Skylines and Turnstiles” was the first created by the group, and was inspired by Gerard’s experience during the attacks of 11 September 2001. It brought together Ray Toro, Matt Pelissier (later replaced by Bob Bryar), Frank Iero (who joined the band in pre-production on the first disk) and his brother Mikey to play for the West Coast of the United States. In July 2002 the band released their first album, entitled I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love, under the label Eyeball Records.It was a dark and sinister album that spoke of the problems of depression and suicide that had dealt with lead singer Gerard Way, and this was reflected in songs like “Honey, This Mirror Is not Big Enough for the Two of Us” ” Demolition Lovers, “” Drowning Lessons, “” Our Lady of Sorrows “and” Vampires Will Never Hurt You “. In 2004 he was when he met with his band’s success around the world, to publish Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge, which includes popular songs but also deeply personal as “Helena”, written after the death of his grandmother, who taught him everything he knows about singing. In 2006 they released the album The Black Parade, and during the video recording Gerard Famous last words to hurt injured ankle ligaments and had to receive medical care along with Bob Bryar, drummer of the band, who suffered burns on his leg . According to the producer of his latest album, sincere music comes from what you fear most.Following this, Gerard said: “I used to be afraid of death, but I discovered that making this record was more afraid to live. Making this album was trying to address those fears. ” In early 2009 the band released a punk cover of the original Bob Dylan song” Desolation Row “, created for the soundtrack of the Warner Brothers Watchmen. The song was released as a single, and also has a music video.