THE PUBLIC FACE OF EMO, MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE WERE FIRMLY IN THE FIRING LINE WHEN A 13-YEAR-OLD FAN TOOK HER OWN LIFE IN BRITAIN. THEIR RESPONSE? TO DITCH THE HIGH-SCHOOL GOTH-ISMS AND COME BACK BIGGER, BRIGHTER AND MORE GLORIOUSLY CARTOONISH THAN EVER.
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