My Chemical Romance Tickets
After forming in 2001, the alternative rock band from New Jersey, known as My Chemical Romance has been getting strong critical acclaim for their one-of-a-kind approach to the rock genre. The band released their debut album I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love in 2002, and the following year signed with their first major label.
Once the band released their second album Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge, under a major label, they achieved the commercial success they had been looking for. The album eventually went platinum and featured singles such as “I’m Not Okay,” “Helena” and “The Ghost of You.” The success of this album helped launch the band’s career and the group was invited to open for Green Day on their American Idiot tour in 2005. Later that year they were invited to headline the Warped Tour with Fall Out Boy and cemented their success as in the rock music industry.
With successful tours and records behind them, the band went back to the studio to record their third album in 2006, The Black Parade. The album had success both critically and on the Billboard charts and was named by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the top albums of the year. This album also helped created the band’s wildly successful The Black Parade World Tour, which began in February of 2007 and included 133 shows around the globe. The band wasted no time recording their follow up to The Black Parade and came up with The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys in 2009. As the band spends 2012 recording their fifth studio album, they will be taking a break from their world-wide concert tours but will spend part of the year appearing at different venues around the country.
With a successful career already behind them, fans of My Chemical Romance continue to expect great things from the group. With their unique mix of punk and alternative rock and their soulful lyrics, the band has managed to reach out to fans of all ages as they have created an international reputation as one of the most unique and successful groups in music today.