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My Chemical Romance perform deep cut “The World Is Ugly” for the first time in 14 years

My Chemical Romance fans in Nashville were treated to a special performance of a beloved deep cut from their catalog titled “The World Is Ugly” as part of the band’s ongoing reunion tour. Sporting a cheerleader uniform, vocalist Gerard Way triumphantly jumped around the stage and sang the Conventional Weapons track live for the first time in 14 years which resulted in an internet frenzy.

Avril Lavigne teams up with Killstar for edgy and nostalgic clothing collaboration 

 Avril Lavigne has joined forces with alternative-goth brand Killstar for an impressive new line of garments, lingerie, and accessories directly inspired by the queen of pop-punk’s groundbreaking style. “Avril Lavigne by Killstar'' doubles down on the classic imagery of barbed wire, skeletons, and chains to create a clothing capsule that expertly combines an edgy attitude with stylish and sleek fashion. Highlights include a barbed choker, skeleton dress, tomb suitcase, Sk8r girl body suit and so much more. We’re loving this Abbey Dawn 2.0 moment.

Botch return with first song in 20 years “One Twenty Two” 

Influential mathcore group Botch have released their first song in 20 years with “One Twenty Two.” The surprise announcement comes with additional news of an official re-issue of the band’s beloved 1999 album We Are the Romans, due Nov. 4 The Pacific Northwest quartet were highly influential on modern metalcore bands, with several of the group’s founding members going on to play in prominent acts such as Minus The Bear, Russian Circles, and These Arms Are Snakes in the following years since their initial disbandment. “One Twenty Two” picks up where the band left off 20 years ago with their signature brand of guttural vocals, pummeling breakdowns, and angular guitar riffs. 

Yes, Harry Styles Has Made Original Music for Don’t Worry Darling

Beyond his starring role alongside actress Florence Pugh in the upcoming 1950s-thriller Don’t Worry Darling, singer Harry Styles has tapped into his musical background to provide a haunting piano accompaniment that serves as a central plot device for the film. Directed by Olivia Wilde, Don’t Worry Darling is due Sept. 23.