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10 times My Chemical Romance members collaborated outside of the band
10 times My Chemical Romance members collaborated outside of the band
You'll be hard-pressed to find a creative collective as tight-knit as My Chemical Romance. Even when they're not all in the studio together, they seem to find a way to be, well, in the studio together... Last week, Mikey Way debuted a new single from Electric Century, his side project with David Debiak, ahead of their forthcoming album. Notably, the ...
Taste Of Tuesday: Navigating divorce with Reggie And The Full Effect
Taste Of Tuesday: Navigating divorce with Reggie And The Full Effect
Editor's note: In its origins, the TASTE OF CHAOS tour was frequently deemed "Winter Warped" by both fans and organizers. The 2006 road show took place in the late winter and early spring, featuring lineups populated by some of the most diverse voices in the scene, including bands like My Chemical Romance, the Used, Underoath, Killswitch Engage, Deftones, Atreyu, Avenged Sevenfold and 30
Gerard Way And The Hormones make surprise live debut at Warner Bros. Summer Sessions
Gerard Way And The Hormones make surprise live debut at Warner Bros. Summer Sessions
Former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way made a surprise appearance at Warner Bros. headquarters in Burbank for the final installment of their Summer Sessions concert series today performing as "Gerard Way And The Hormones." The pre-Reading And Leeds performance, for which Way was joined by the familiar faces of James Dewees and Ian Fowles from the Aquabats, was kept very quiet unt
Reggie And The Full Effect stream new album, ‘No Country For Old Musicians’
Reggie And The Full Effect stream new album, ‘No Country For Old Musicians’
No Country For Old Musicians, the long-awaited new album from multi-instrumentalist James Dewees under the Reggie And The Full Effect banner, is now available to stream in full. Listen below and keep your ears open for musican cameos from former members of My Chemical Romance, Matt Pryor, Allison Weiss, Adam Lazzara (Taking Back Sunday) and more: PRE-ORDER The album is set for release November 19
Matt Pryor, James Dewees stream “Failing You” from upcoming collaborate EP
Matt Pryor, James Dewees stream “Failing You” from upcoming collaborate EP
The Get Up Kids' frontman Matt Pryor announced last week that he would release his new solo full-length album, Wrist Slitter, Nov. 12 through Say Anything frontman Max Bemis's Rory Records, an imprint of Equal Vision. Additionally, Pryor announced a three-song EP in collaboration with Get Up Kids bandmate James Dewees, slated for release Oct. 1, also via Rory ...

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