Showing posts from November, 2011

Regarding the next couple months...

Today, I am returning home for the holiday break. The unfortunate thing about that is that, at home, I do not have reliable Internet access. So, I may not be able to post as much as I would like. Still, I am writing this to assure everyone that I am going to try my hardest. If that means lugging my computer to the nearest McDonald's with WiFi when news drops, I'll do it. And #MCRchat WILL continue over break, but I may have to make occasional cancellations. XoXo c.

Limited Edition My Chemical Romance T-shirt designed by Gerard Way on sale now for Charity

My Chemical Romance vocalist Gerard Way has designed a limited edition shirt for MASScanvas. $5 of every purchase of the "Party Poison" shirt, which is limited to only 774 prints, will go to My Chemical Romance's chosen charity, the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The shirt costs $30 and can be purchased here . Watch Way's design process in the video below. More shirts from MCR's Good Vs. Evil design contest. XoXo c. PS: Today marks one year since the release of Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys ! What an amazing year it as been! Check out Frank's new blog post about it.

My Chemical Romance Big Day Out "Sideshows" Announced

UPDATE: November 20, 2011 @ 3:33 p.m. EST Pre-sale tickets will be available to fans from noon on Friday, November 25 to 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, November 27. Enter the password: "BIGDAYOUT" when purchasing tickets. ORIGINAL POST: November 20, 2011 @ 2:40 p.m. EST Big Day Out has announced three "sideshow" dates My Chemical Romance are set to play while on the touring festival. Dates, locations and ticket-purchase links: Note: The ticket links will redirect before sale day January 24 @ Eatons Hill Hotel - Brisbane Ticket Purchase Link January 27 @ The Hordern Pavilion - Sydney Ticket Purchase Link January 31 @ Festival Hall - Melbourne Ticket Purchase Link Tickets go on sale to the public Monday, November 28 . However, a pre-sale for fans will run Friday November 25 through Sunday, November 27. The shows, for which Closure in Moscow is set to open, will be played at smaller venues (roughly 5,000-6,000 capacity compared to stadiums of roughly