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Gerard Way discusses his writing process and ​“what’s been working lately”

Is Gerard Way working on new solo music? Quite possibly…. In a new interview as part of his ​“multi-part discussion” with The Umbrella Academy​’s Aidan R Gallagher, the musician reflects on his writing process for My Chemical Romance​’s The Black Parade album and how ​“comfortable” he felt trying new things lyrically, and compared it to what he’s up to now (which sounds equally as comfortable, FYI).
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Read AltPress’ first interview with Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance

Featured in the August 2004 issue 193, My Chemical Romance made their major Alternative Press feature debut before appearing on the cover of issue 197 in December 2004. Following the release of their sophomore album in June 2004, ‘Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge,’ the group were interviewed by Leslie Simon and shot by Anthony Saint James. To celebrate the 17-year anniversary of ‘Three Cheers,’ we’ve unearthed the full first interview with vocalist Gerard Way.
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Gerard Way: 2019 live comeback was the ​“most fun” My Chemical Romance show ever

Wholesome (and also incredibly promising for the future) news alert: Gerard Way has described My Chemical Romance​’s incredible 2019 comeback gig at The Shrine in Los Angeles as the ​“most fun” he’s ever had onstage with the band. Speaking with Umbrella Academy actor Aiden Gallagher for a ​“multi-part” interview series,...
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MILESTONES: April 9 birthdays for Gerard Way, Leighton Meester, Keshia Knight Pulliam and Adam Brody Revealed How He and Leighton Meester *Actually* Met, and It's So Hollywood

MILESTONES: April 9 birthdays for Gerard Way, Leighton Meester, Keshia Knight Pulliam and Adam Brody Revealed How He and Leighton Meester *Actually* Met, and It's So Hollywood. Adam Brody Revealed How He and Leighton Meester *Actually* Met, and It's So Hollywood and MILESTONES: April 9 birthdays for Gerard Way, Leighton Meester, Keshia Knight Pulliam.
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'The Umbrella Academy' Star Aidan Gallagher Interviews Gerard Way: Watch

Aidan Gallagher took a break from recording Season 3 of The Umbrella Academy to chat with the comic's creator Gerard Way. In the first installment of their multi-part conversation, the duo talks music (aside from playing Number Five in the Netflix series, Gallagher is also a musician): specifically, Way's recording studio and his work with producer, engineer and friend Doug McKean (who engineered My Chemical Romance's Welcome To The Black Parade and Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys, as well as Way's solo album Hesitant Alien).
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‘The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys: National Anthem’ #6 by Gerard Way and Shaun Simon Now Available!

The end is nigh … the sixth and final issue of The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys: National Anthem is here. The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys: National Anthem is written by Gerard Way and Shaun Simon, with art by Leonardo Romero, lettering by Nate Piekos, and coloring by Jordie Bellaire. This epic story, which has been years in the making, follows the original Killjoy, Mike Milligram. The Killjoys used to be a part of a group of teenage exterminators on a mission to save reality. After temporarily losing their memories, the gang gets back together years later in a final showdown against an evil pharmaceutical corporation, their monstrous hitman, and savage gang rivals.
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Gerard Way Reveals My Chemical Romance Fame Was 'Extremely Traumatic'

Gerard Way took part in the Unwound & Unplugged virtual mental health benefit concert and panel alongside Julien Baker and DeathbyRomy on Tuesday (March 2). During the panel, Way opened up about his therapy experience as well as the impact My Chemical Romance's fame had on his mental health. He began by explaining that he's been going to therapy for close to a decade but he had many years where he did not go when he should have.
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Watch Gerard Way talk at a virtual mental health panel, Unwound & Unplugged

Gerard Way recently joined a panel featuring Julien Baker, DeathByRomy and Dr. Mike Friedman for an open discussion about mental health. The virtual event – entitled Unwound & Unplugged – was put on ​“to promote a community of support around experiences related to mental health, isolation and the healing power of creativity and connection”, and saw the My Chemical Romance frontman reflect on dealing with fame, his experiences with therapy, switching off from technology and social media, and more.