“This is Gerard Way’s fault”
“The reindeer thinks she’s pretty great too.”
Two My Chem alum have teamed up on a brand new track!
Playing a “ruthless and unorthodox hitwoman.”
Bennington was a guest at Way’s very small wedding.
“[Gerard Way]. What a sweet man. He’s fucking cool!”
And we’re not okay.
With a new logo and a mysterious date, all signs point to ‘yes’.
A new Twitter account has been spawned with the sole purpose of mashing up punk rock lyrics with screenshots from the hit Nickelodeon kids’ TV series Spongebob Squarepants because the internet. And let’s face it, as far as Nick-toons go, Spongebob is pretty badass. The titular sponge shuns authority, wears a necktie ironically and is
Former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way has used a performance in Kiev, Ukraine to debut a previously unheard track called Pinkish. Way premiered the track during his set at Kiev’s Stereo Plaza on 4th September after performing the song Don’t Try. Footage of Pinkish (below) sees Way and his crew perform the, um, punkish
Yesterday, the world united when the second teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens made its way online, and we all collectively lost our shit, meaning you now have something else in common with Gerard Way, Fall Out Boy, Linkin Park and many more of your favourite musos. The trailer left Fall Out Boy’s
Well, the circus came to town and now, just like that, it’s gone again. The Pale Emperor crossed into pirate-infested waters, the world’s most fabulous heavy metal frontman couldn’t find a parking space, and Mother Nature took a huge dump on the city of Sydney. Now it’s time to ice our blisters, moisturise our sunburn
Gerard Way has been using his solo tour as a platform to voice his support for transgender people, even taking his campaign as far as Russia, famous for its anti-LGBT propaganda laws. Way toured Russia in early February playing shows in Moscow and St. Petersburg. Video footage from both concerts shows Way saying, “I want
Are all heavy music fans created equal?
Punters who rightly arrived early the Foo Fighters gig in Sydney last night got a special surprise, when supports (and headliners in their own right) Rise Against brought out ex-My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way for a cover of the Misfits classic Astro Zombies. The acts brought the 1982 Misfits horror-punk track, inspired by a