My Chemical Romance scrapped 28 songs for new album
American heavyweight rockers My Chemical Romance have admitted that they probably wrote and scrapped a grand total of 28 songs for their new album.
Talking exclusively to Radio 1’s Newsbeat, vocalist Gerard Way said:
“Something didn’t feel right. It was a record that went against everything about the band that was great.”
“Which was like having ambition, being ambitious, being visual, being artists, being excited, being free, reckless and rock 'n' roll.”
Despite what seemed to have been an incredible setback, the ‘Welcome To The Black Parade’ band regrouped to create their ear-splitting anthem and first single from the new album, ‘Na Na Na’. My Chemical Romance’s fourth studio album, ‘Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys’, will be released on November 22.
Watch the band's cinematically engaging video for 'Na Na Na' here:
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