One can’t help but wonder if the guys of The Eeries purposely tried to make it extremely hard for anyone to discover their band. Or, if it was an accidental business model that has just so happened to pay off.
Former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way took to Twitter today to announce he’d returned to “the grid” to record a song for director Kevin Smith’s latest horror film, Tusk.
A number of musicians were quick to respond on Twitter with their support for the ruling in support of gay marriage. More to come, we imagine, as the West Coast wakes up and sees the big news.
After 12 years, four albums and a score of highly popular and visible songs, My Chemical Romance called it quits Friday (March 22), according to a post on the band’s website. The news comes as a heavy hit for legions of fans — known collectively as the MCRmy — who have since started a petition imploring the band to do one last world tour before hanging it up for good.
After a dozen years and four popular studio albums, the platinum-record band announced via a brief post on their website “it has come time for it to end.”