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There's no official word yet whether the Gerard Way-fronted band will split up without a final concert tour.
With the help from a fan, the Gerard Way-fronted band put together live footage that 'show the progression of the band over the past 10 years.'
Listen to Ke$ha's stripped-off version of the music icon's 'Don't Think Twice, It's Alright' which brought her to tears when recording.
The drummer, who was fired from My Chemical Romance for alleged theft, offers his side of story and reveals what led him to make the 'tremendous mistake.'
The Gerard Way-fronted band brought Jarrod Alexander of Dead Country to perform with them in Salt Lake City over the weekend for their Honda Civic Tour stop.
My Chemical Romance are leading this year's Kerrang! Awards with nominations in five categories, including best band.
The rock band have recorded 'Sing It for Japan', a re-imagining of their single using classic Japanese themes in the orchestration, to raise funds for the earthquake and tsunami victims.
Gerard Way and his MCR bandmates pump up the crowd of an 'assault party' at O2 Islington Academy in London.
While Weezy, Minaj and My Chemical Romance are tapped for live performances, Bono along with The Edge will be sitting down for an interview.
The frontman is still bitter about the fact that their concept album 'The Black Parade' came second to Miley's 'Hannah Montana' album in 2006.
The goth rockers are set to spook football fans at the National Football League's annual London game at the weekend, October 31.
Find out whether Gerard Way and the gang win or lose when they come face to face with their foes in this music video.
The members of MCR are put on a duel with a group of people donning mask in the music video which is to debut on October 14.
In front of star-studded audience including Vanessa Hudgens, Mark Salling and Jorge Garcia, Weezer and My Chemical Romance made a live duet.
Frank Lero reveals that Bob Bryar has gone his separate ways since four weeks ago, wishing 'the best of luck in his future endeavors.'