My Chemical Romance Slam Fame-Hungry Musicians On New Album

In The Studio

In The Studio

An article was posted at Spinner Music yesterday about the upcoming album and the issues it deals with.

Way tells Spinner the as-yet-untitled album is a definite answer to ‘The Black Parade.’ “Every single record we make is a response to the last,” he says. “But sometimes it’s not only a response to the last record — it’s a response to the opinion of that record or a response to the world at the time of that record.”

What he sees and documents on the new album is a lot of rockers who are in music for the wrong reason. “There’s a definite undercurrent of fame versus working class, people having stuff handed to them with zero talent versus working class kids that start a band,” he says. “Rock ‘n’ roll is not red carpets and MySpace friends — rock ‘n’ roll is dangerous and rock ‘n’ roll should piss people off. Right now, there’s not a lot of that happening. What it is is a lot of people trying to be famous. That seems to be the goal.”

There’s plenty more where that came from over at Spinner Music.

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