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Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance) to make solo debut at Reading and Leeds Festival

My Chemical Romance have been officially broken up for a little over a year, which means the solo projects are starting. Former frontman, Gerard Way has just been announced as a performer at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival in the UK.

This will be Way’s first solo show.

The 2014 Reading and Leeds Festival will take place August 22 – 24 at Richfield Avenue in Reading and Bramham Park in Leeds.

My Chemical Romance last release May Death Never Stop You, a greatest hits album earlier this year.



Green Day to release digital version of “Demolicious” in May

Despite already being released on Record Store Day, Billboard.com reports that Green Day will release their demos/b-sides compilation Demolicious digitally on May 19th. The article also states that a physical release will remain exclusive to Record Store Day for the time being.

Green Day last released a trilogy of albums entitled ¡Uno!¡Dos! and ¡Tré! in 2012 on Reprise Records.



Video: Billie Joe Armstrong (Green Day) joins The Replacements at Coachella

Over the weekend, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong filled in for Paul Westerberg, who had suffered from a back injury, during The Replacements‘ set at Coachella. You can watch a video of this performance below.

Last year, The Replacements released the covers EP Songs for Slim, which was made to help pay medical bills for their former guitarist Slim Dunlap. Their last full-length studio album, All Shook Down, was released in 1990, a year before their split.



Deftones stream previously unreleased song “Smile”

It’s been exactly a year since the death of original Deftones bassist Chi Cheng. To coincide with this anniversary, the Deftones posted what would be their last-ever song with Cheng, titled “Smile”. It is taken from their “lost” album Eros, which was supposed to be the follow-up to 2006’s Saturday Night Wrist.

You can stream “Smile” below.

Deftones last released Koi No Yokan in November 2012 on Reprise Records. The band has been in talks of releasing their “lost” album Eros, but no release date has been set.



Green Day stream unreleased b-side “State of Shock”

The guys in Green Day are streaming an unreleased b-side entitled “State of Shock,” which will be appearing on their upcoming demos/b-sides compilation Demolicious.

You can give the track a listen below (anyone who liked Nimrod shouldn’t be disappointed).

Demolicious, which is being released on Record Store Day (April 19th), features demos, alternate versions of songs, etc. from Green Day’s 2012 ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tre! trilogy.



Mikey Way comments on the end of My Chemical Romance

It’s been over a year since the end of My Chemical Romance. In a recent interview, compared MCR’s breakup to the death and mourning of a family member, stating:

“I was going through it. It was sad, like the passing of a family member. But over time I got great joy and pleasure from reflecting. I was able to truly put on some songs and be like, ‘Wow, we really did something. We cracked the heavens.’ With MCR we were so busy. I was never able to stop and smell the roses, or evaluate myself completely. That’s what the past year was all about. I was able to dig deep inside myself and become the man I always wanted to be.”

My Chemical Romance released the compilation album May Death Never Stop You earlier this week.



Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones release “Kentucky” music video

Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones have released a music video for the track “Kentucky”, off their recent Everly Brothers cover album “Foreverly.” Check out the video below.

“Foreverly” was released on November 25th via Warner Bros. Records.



Foxboro Hot Tubs announce SXSW shows

Foxboro Hot Tubs, the Bay Area garage rock band whose members bear a striking resemblance to the four lads in Green Day, have unveiled plans for a few shows at this year’s SXSW festival in Austin. Details of their shows are below.

Foxboro Hot Tubs last album was 2008’s “Stop, Drop and Roll!!!”



Green Day reveal tracklisting for upcoming demo album “Demolicious”

The guys in Green Day have revealed the tracklisting for their upcoming demo album entitled “Demolicious,” which bassist Mike Dirnt describes as ‘what ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré! would have sounded like if we were still on Lookout!’

You can find the tracklisting for the 18-song demo album below.

“Demolicious,” which is being released on Record Store Day (April 19th), is composed of rough demo versions of songs from Green Day’s 2012 ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tre! trilogy. It also features an unreleased b-side.



Green Day releasing new demo album “Demolicious” on Record Store Day

The guys in Green Day have announced they will be celebrating this year’s Record Store Day by putting out a new demo album entitled “Demolicious” on colored vinyl, CD, and cassette.

The 18-track release will feature demo versions of songs that appeared on 2012’s ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré! trilogy, along with an acoustic version of “Stay the Night” and an unreleased b-side called “State of Shock.”

Record Store Day ’14 will take place on April 19th. You can find out which record stores near you will be participating in the holiday by heading over to the official Record Store Day website.



My Chemical Romance release “May Death Never Stop You” trailer, features new song “Fake Your Death”

My Chemical Romance have just released the trailer for “May Death Never Stop You” which features the anticipated new song “Fake Your Death.” Check it out below.

“May Death Never Stop You” will be released March 25th and will feature the band’s biggest hits, as well as some unreleased songs and demos. The release will also include a DVD featuring never before seen music video footage.



The Black Parade musical announced

My Chemical Romance’s album “The Black Parade” will be hitting the stage as a Broadway musical:

“Based on the critically acclaimed album by My Chemical Romance. It is the story of Helena, a young German woman living in Nazi-occupied Warsaw, Poland in 1940. She has her life set: comfortable due to her father’s status as one of Hitler’s confidants and engaged to an officer quickly rising in the ranks. There’s just one problem — she falls in love with Ari, a Jew from the Warsaw ghetto. With the war growing more serious by the minute, they both decide to leave everything they know behind and start life over together… If they make it that far.”

You can keep up with the project via Twitter or Facebook.

 



My Chemical Romance release more details & teaser video for “May Death Never Stop You”

My Chemical Romance are giving more details about their upcoming greatest hits album, May Death Never Stop You.

Along with some of the band’s biggest hits, the release will also feature new songs/demos that were never released before the band’s breakup, along with a DVD featuring 2 hours of never-before-seen music video footage.

Check out the full track listing for May Death Never Stop You below, along with a teaser/trailer video for the release.

It’s due out March 25th, and pre-orders are now being taken on the band’s website.



Billie Joe Armstrong reflects on Phil Everly after his passing

Billie Joe Armstrong (Green Day) and Norah Jones released an cover album celebrating the music of The Everly Brothers, titled “Foreverly,” back in November. After Phil Everly’s passing on January 3rd, Billie Joe reflected on his connection with their music in a blog post and you can read it below.

“Foreverly” was released on Warner Bros. Records and is also available for streaming below.



My Chemical Romance reveal details for “May Death Never Stop You”

My Chemical Romance have revealed some details in regards to their upcoming “greatest hits” album May Death Never Stop You, which will be released on March 25th, 2014, exactly a year from their break-up. The album will feature their greatest hits plus demos of new songs that never saw the light of day before their breakup. Here’s an official statement from the band:

“On March 25, we will be releasing a greatest hits album entitled “May Death Never Stop You.” The title is fitting, because as sad as it was to say goodbye to the band, we look at this collection as a celebration of our best songs, and hope the memory of them continues to bring joy to you all as they have for us.

The album also includes some previously unreleased material, including the infamous “Attic Demos,” and one of the last songs we worked on in the studio together.

On January 21, we will be opening pre-orders for the album right here on our site. We hope you take the journey with us into MCR’s past, and enjoy the small taste of what might have been.

Thanks,

Ray, Gerard, Frank, Mike”

My Chemical Romance released their fourth studio album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys in 2010. They last released the Conventional Weapons series, which consists of ten previously unheard songs released on five 7-inch singles over a five month period.