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Posted By brink in Skate, Skip To The Comments (5)
Jan 29 2007 / Monday
see you 10 Feb at Meker SkatePark more info:
Thts Awesome Do u ever think u going to make a demo at New York Sumwhere? or Hoboken New Jersey??
Have y'll check out the second tour by My Chemical Romance. Their music is really good such as The Black Parade. Check them out at www.mychemicalromance.com
Here's a very interesting press release about their tour.
For Immediate Release
MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE ANNOUNCE SECOND LEG OF 2007 U.S. HEADLINING TOUR
Burbank, CA — Reprise Records' My Chemical Romance will launch the second leg of their extensive tour in support of their Number One Rock album, the RIAA gold-certified, The Black Parade. The second round of the U.S. arena tour, produced by Art Show - a national touring division of Goldenvoice - will kick off in Houston, TX at the Reliant Arena. Tickets are on sale Saturday, February 10, 2007 via Ticketmaster.
The Black Parade, an epic theatrical concept album about mortality, has been named “Album Of The Year” by Blender Magazine, stating “My Chemical Romance transcended the cliché…to craft a grandiose epic that just might make them the biggest band in the world." Rolling Stone says "The Black Parade is the best mid-Seventies record of 2006, a rabid, ingenious paraphrasing of echoes and kitsch from rock's golden age of bombast."
The week after its release, The Black Parade claimed the Number One spot on SoundScan's Rock, Alternative, Top Albums Retailers, Indy/Small Chain, Internet, and Digital Album Charts. It also shot to Number 2 on Billboard's Top 200 album chart, selling more than 240,000 copies its first week of release. The first single, "Welcome To The Black Parade," has enjoyed eight weeks at the top of the Alternative / Modern Rock Radio Charts in the U.S. and the singles chart for two consecutive weeks in the UK.