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amputatetheloneliness:

Original post by My Chem announcing their signing to Reprise/Warner in August 2003:Let this be a declaration and a threat.
This is how I wanted to write this, just having played a show, with everything on fire. My insides, my brain, and in the pit of my heart it burns. There are some things I need to say and there are some things you need to know. 
We started this band for ourselves, to bear our souls, purge our own personal demons, and reclaim our innocence. When you are told you are not good enough your entire life sometimes the only thing you can do is scream “FUCK YOU” at the top of your lungs. This band was started and will end with three virtues: Honesty, Sincerity, and Loyalty. You will hear these three words in any interview we give because it is what we stand for. Right now we’re in Detroit, the rock city, and I’ve put this off for too fucking long…something is happening.
There is a change.Not in music but in ourselves and in you. There are bands that have more to say to you than selling t-shirts from their personal clothing company. So frequently, especially when a band signs to a major label, they say “I want to change music. This is going to be the next Smells Like Teen Spirit.”
This is bullshit.People cannot change music, its music that changes people. It is bigger than you and me put together. It’s a neutron bomb with the detonator set on “kill" waiting for you to push the button.This is an evolution and you can be part of the change or stuck eating your own shit on a quest for fire.
About respect:We were never on an endless search for it, like some Holy Grail or Noah’s fucking Ark. If I wanted respect I would be a father. I would have children and raise them to take care of me when I’m old and hooked up to machines that keep me alive. Music is a message. The message is more important than the messenger. People ask us what we have to say and my answer is to find out for yourself. This is not a copout. If you find out for yourself it means more to you.
About elitism:If for one minute you think you’re better than a sixteen year old girl in a Green Day t-shirt, you are sorely mistaken.
Remember the first time you went to a show and saw your favorite band. You wore their shirt, and sang every word.You didn’t know anything about scene politics, haircuts, or what was cool. All you knew was that this music made you feel different from anyone you shared a locker with. Someone finally understood you. This is what music is about.
Things are about to change for us…for all of us. From the kids who supported us at the start to those that are here now. We will always be an Eyeball Records band. The support, dedication, and love from that label got us where we are right now - and we did it as a family.
I wanted to be the first to tell you before the gossip and the hearsay, I want to shout it from the street-lamps to the coils, in every fucked up slum, where every seedy club lives and breathes.
We are coming to your town.We are taking back what’s ours.We’re all in this together…
And by the way…we’ve signed to Reprise and we are fucking ready for the world to hear us scream.
xoxoxoMy Chemical Romance

amputatetheloneliness:

Original post by My Chem announcing their signing to Reprise/Warner in August 2003:
Let this be a declaration and a threat.

This is how I wanted to write this, just having played a show, with everything on fire. My insides, my brain, and in the pit of my heart it burns. There are some things I need to say and there are some things you need to know. 

We started this band for ourselves, to bear our souls, purge our own personal demons, and reclaim our innocence. When you are told you are not good enough your entire life sometimes the only thing you can do is scream “FUCK YOU” at the top of your lungs. This band was started and will end with three virtues: Honesty, Sincerity, and Loyalty. You will hear these three words in any interview we give because it is what we stand for. Right now we’re in Detroit, the rock city, and I’ve put this off for too fucking long…something is happening.

There is a change.
Not in music but in ourselves and in you. There are bands that have more to say to you than selling t-shirts from their personal clothing company. So frequently, especially when a band signs to a major label, they say “I want to change music. This is going to be the next Smells Like Teen Spirit.”

This is bullshit.
People cannot change music, its music that changes people. It is bigger than you and me put together. It’s a neutron bomb with the detonator set on “kill" waiting for you to push the button.
This is an evolution and you can be part of the change or stuck eating your own shit on a quest for fire.

About respect:
We were never on an endless search for it, like some Holy Grail or Noah’s fucking Ark. If I wanted respect I would be a father. I would have children and raise them to take care of me when I’m old and hooked up to machines that keep me alive. Music is a message. The message is more important than the messenger. People ask us what we have to say and my answer is to find out for yourself. This is not a copout. If you find out for yourself it means more to you.

About elitism:
If for one minute you think you’re better than a sixteen year old girl in a Green Day t-shirt, you are sorely mistaken.

Remember the first time you went to a show and saw your favorite band. You wore their shirt, and sang every word.
You didn’t know anything about scene politics, haircuts, or what was cool. All you knew was that this music made you feel different from anyone you shared a locker with. Someone finally understood you. This is what music is about.

Things are about to change for us…for all of us. From the kids who supported us at the start to those that are here now. 
We will always be an Eyeball Records band. The support, dedication, and love from that label got us where we are right now - and we did it as a family.

I wanted to be the first to tell you before the gossip and the hearsay, I want to shout it from the street-lamps to the coils, in every fucked up slum, where every seedy club lives and breathes.

We are coming to your town.
We are taking back what’s ours.
We’re all in this together

And by the way…we’ve signed to Reprise and we are fucking ready for the world to hear us scream.

xoxoxo
My Chemical Romance

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putoshop:

i know it’s been done to death but i really wanted to draw this! 

putoshop:

i know it’s been done to death but i really wanted to draw this! 

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Anonymous said: Do you ever draw the johndave

toomuchshyness:

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does this count as john dave?

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  • me: [clicks on customize]
  • me: [opens 18 tabs]
  • me: [puts on hard-hat]
  • me: time to change my theme.

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overly-khr-obsessed:

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My Beautiful Woman based on a true story. 

Think twice before you judge a parent. 

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Guys, please watch this. This has to be one of the most powerful videos in the world, I bawled my eyes out

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psych2go:

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Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.

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leplastiquedick:

i’ve watched this like 30 times and its funny every time 

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