My Chemical Romance's Way breaks down
Gerard Way, lead singer with controversial emo band My Chemical Romance, has confessed that he had a breakdown over the way his fans have been treated.
When the band shot to fame with 2006’s ‘The Black Parade’, while on tour, Way became concerned at the way his fans were targeted. “We would go to New Zealand or Australia and there would be talk about violence against emo kids ... And in Mexico kids did get attacked.”
"I had this mini collapse, a breakdown, because of it. But then a friend called and said, 'when I was at school and into Public Image Ltd, I didn't expect Johnny Rotten to defend our problems. It's not your responsibility."
The band’s fourth album, ‘Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys’ will be released on November 22.
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