When My Chemical Romance split up in 2013, the world stopped moving. Now that the greatest band who ever played are back together, how much do you really remember them? Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys celebrates its ninth anniversary today.
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My Chemical Romance made their return on Halloween, but that doesn’t mean they can’t join in the winter festivities.
Tracks from the emo powerhouse have been paired up with popular songs before. With mashups with the likes of Katy Perry and Lynyrd Skynyrd, the alt-rock anthems have been shown to match well between genres, but the hits never stop coming.
A mashup of Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas” and MCR’s “Welcome To The Black Parade” is making its rounds on the internet just in time for the holidays. While MCR also covered the Carey classic in 2004, this new mashup is offering some stiff competition.
We have to hand it to the creator: The track isn’t bad, but the way they fit together so perfectly is kind of creepy.
The song starts slowly with bright orchestra bells and Carey singing the catchy first chorus before Gerard Way comes in singing, “Will you be the savior of the broken?” Through its duration, the singers alternate between their respective parts, with the backing track to the Christmas song keeping time.
Check out the “Welcome To The Christmas Parade” mashup below!