My Chemical Romance Preview In Rolling Stone Magazine

Rolling Stone's Fall Music Preview

Rolling Stone's Fall Music Preview

The above image is a scan from the current issue of Rolling Stone magazine. The picture was posted at, who was Tweeted it from @yukikomomo. The short fall preview article reveals a bit more about the musical direction of the new album. The most notable revelation is perhaps that the new album is a concept record, which is supposed to sound like a transmission from a post-apocalyptic radio station in 2019. Like, Rolling Stone also list a November 22nd release date. Thanks to Sven and Claire for sending me that.

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10 Responses to My Chemical Romance Preview In Rolling Stone Magazine

  1. sipie says:

    If they have scrapped the first attempt then we could end up with an albums worth of B-sides 😀 and in a way ‘Killjoys…’ would be the bands 5th album….

  2. Cryptic says:

    Ugh, Gerard just shut the fuck up.

  3. Claire says:

    What I’m about to say is unrelated and lacking substance but Gerard has gone from Billy Corgan to James Iha.

  4. ben-jammin says:

    its not a concept album, Gerard already stated that. Just because its a broadcast doesnt mean its a concept. The writer of the article said concept, not anyone in the band

  5. Claire says:

    Ya but gerard changes his mind all the time, and I’ve found that the writers of the articles often use the same words they heard the band say in order to describe something. Remember how everyone used the exact same terms and references to describe TBP? “Grand,” “majestic,” “theatrical,” “Queen,” “Pink Floyd.” Every single publication could not have derived that for themselves. I’m sure that’s how the band described it to them. Same thing here.
    Also, broadcast from 2019 sounds pretty concept-y to me.

  6. Nichole says:

    Hmm. This might be a stupid question but, what’s everyone got against Gerard?

  7. Taylor says:

    It’s obviously has a concept.. so it’s a *concept* album. Besides, when he said that there would be no concept he was referring to the first attempt at the album.

  8. Ash says:

    It could be a loose concept album, as in it has a plot but the songs aren’t that tightly connected, if that makes sense.

  9. jennie says:

    U can see a better version of this photo on Waterman’s blog.
    He is their photographer, i think.

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