Released 10 years ago, My Chemical Romance’s fourth album saw the band get futuristic.
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Records editor, Alice Fortt, gives us the lowdown on MCR because COVID-19 took that chance away (for now). So for all those who love MCR, Alice offers an alternative for you!
Our editor, Morgan McMillan, addresses some of the most successful rock operas from the last 40 years. What makes them so great? Why are rock operas something to see live? How are they successful? Read on to find out!
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Katie Evans takes us through the world of the Killjoys.
Writers at The Edge outline what gigs they can’t wait for after lockdown
After much speculation, the cult favourite band are coming back.
The acclaimed actress is the first to be announced for the series, created by Gerard Way.
The live-action show will premiere on the popular streaming service in 2018.
Once rock music’s illegitimate stigmatised son is now one of it’s most important, writer David examines the relevance of emo.
Writer Sophie Trenear collates the best of the best alternative Christmas songs to counter the overload of Buble and Beiber this festive season.
We laugh, we cry, we cheer, we boo. But just how much can media affect us? David Mitchell-Baker takes a look.
Sophie Trenear feels the nostalgia of the ‘Welcome To The Black Parade’ demo.
The track eventually became the iconic Welcome to the Black Parade.
Live editor Will Hodgetts writes the inaugural Live Throwback article about his first experience of seeing a My Chemical Romance show.