My Chemical Romance was an American rock band formed in 2001 in the state of New Jersey, and integrated most of its history by vocalist Gerard Way, bassist Mikey Way and guitarists Ray Toro and Frank Iero. In March 2013, the band announced its separación.12 His musical style has been associated with the genres rock, punk, pop punk, post-hardcore and emo. Among the influences that have cited are diverse artists such as MC5, Misfits, Black Flag, Queen, Morrissey or Teenage Fanclub. Criticism also has said that the essence of the band lies in the drama, 13 and that during his career produced "a rock and roll of the most visceral and dramatic in recent history."
After signing with the label Eyeball Records, created in 2002 their debut album, I Brought You My Bullets. Later they were integrated to Reprise Records, and was in 2004 when they released Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge album that gave them worldwide fame with songs like "Helena" and "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)". His next work was The Black Parade, 2006, which presented a more elaborate, classical influences and the years setenta.15 sound In 2010, after recording a full album and discarded, returned to the recording studio and published their fourth album, called Danger Days: the true lives of the Fabulous Killjoys. At the time of its dissolution in 2013, the band was working on a fifth studio album.
As for the critical reception, The Black Parade was ranked number 20 in the list of Top 2006 Rolling Stone17 and Danger days was placed at number 28 in the list by 2010, according to the publicación.18 also musically have been identified as the equivalent of the Who for the "Facebook generation".
As in other countries, in the United States both his second and his third album have been certified disk platino.20 His albums have also received certifications sales in several other countries, including the UK, 21 Australia22 or Mexico.23 worldwide, the Black Parade has sold over three million copies, while Danger days had surpassed one million copies to three months after its publication.