Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Muse Opening for My Chemical Romance: Filed Under "I Just Threw Up In My Mouth"

I don't know if this is worse than Bloc Party opening for Panic! at the Disco. The dates follow the official word from Market Wire. I will keep my memories of Muse at Hammerstein Ballroom and opt out of this little mess at MPP.

BURBANK, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 06, 2007 -- MUSE, one of Britain's biggest bands, have secured the Special Guest slot with label mates My Chemical Romance this Spring. Dates have been confirmed for April and May and are listed below. Prior to the U.S. Spring tour, MUSE will perform in Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Korea and Hong Kong later this month. A tour of Japan will follow in March leading up to the American dates. As reported previously, MUSE will also headline a pair of shows in California prior to the tour. At press time, the Los Angeles date at the Forum is now sold out. [Market Wire]
Tour Dates
April 9 Bill Graham Civic, San Francisco, CA*
April 10 The Forum, Los Angeles, CA*
April 14 Reliant Arena, Houston, TX
April 16 AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX
April 18 Pensacola Civic Center, Pensacola, FL
April 19 St. Pete Times Forum, Tampa, FL
April 22 Bank Atlantic, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
April 24 Gwinnett Center, Atlanta, GA
April 25 Nashville Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, TN
April 26 Cricket Arena, Charlotte, NC
April 27 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Washington, DC
April 28 William and Mary Hall, Williamsburg, VA
April 29 Bryce Jordan Center, State College, PA
May 1 Nationwide Arena, Columbus, OH
May 2 Petersen Events Center, Pittsburgh, PA
May 6 Cumberland Civic Center, Portland, ME
May 8 DCU Center, Worcester, MA
June 16 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG*
June 17 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG*
June 23 Parcs Des Princes, Paris, FRA*

* - Muse Headlining Dates

9 comments:

Honey said...

Your post title made me laugh though my tears. I felt the same way about Muse opening for MCR, but, I still got tickets to the merriweather show. For me, some Muse is better than no Muse. I plan to leave after their set. I still hope that they'll headline their own show in New York City.

JK said...

does seem odd that they're not doing NYC but in no way is this worse than BP opening for PATD. MCR, as worthless as they are in my mind, are a hell of a lot more talented than Panic. I agree with Honey, I'd settle for any Muse any time. It was an easy pass on those BP tickets (even though they didn't even play)

JK said...

Just saw that they're both doing the Bamboozle festival at the Meadowlands.

http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/00003D70E37EBC3C?artistid=911476&majorcatid=10001&minorcatid=1&HS1020=site__&eid=250199

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MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE ANNOUNCE SECOND LEG OF 2007 U.S. HEADLINING TOUR

Burbank, CA — Reprise Records' My Chemical Romance will launch the second leg of their extensive tour in support of their Number One Rock album, the RIAA gold-certified, The Black Parade. The second round of the U.S. arena tour, produced by Art Show - a national touring division of Goldenvoice - will kick off in Houston, TX at the Reliant Arena. Tickets are on sale Saturday, February 10, 2007 via Ticketmaster.

The Black Parade, an epic theatrical concept album about mortality, has been named “Album Of The Year” by Blender Magazine, stating “My Chemical Romance transcended the cliché…to craft a grandiose epic that just might make them the biggest band in the world." Rolling Stone says "The Black Parade is the best mid-Seventies record of 2006, a rabid, ingenious paraphrasing of echoes and kitsch from rock's golden age of bombast."

The week after its release, The Black Parade claimed the Number One spot on SoundScan's Rock, Alternative, Top Albums Retailers, Indy/Small Chain, Internet, and Digital Album Charts. It also shot to Number 2 on Billboard's Top 200 album chart, selling more than 240,000 copies its first week of release. The first single, "Welcome To The Black Parade," has enjoyed eight weeks at the top of the Alternative / Modern Rock Radio Charts in the U.S. and the singles chart for two consecutive weeks in the UK.

www.mychemicalromance.com

InMyTree said...

Gross, man. Keep that shit to yourself.

Anonymous said...

It's silly to be critical about Muse opening for MCR. MCR is huge in the States. Muse is not. It's pretty smart of them to use MCR as a vector to be heard here. P.S. Muse won "best British band" and MCR won "best International band," so I guess more than a few people disagree with you on who's better.

Anonymous said...

good good good good people

Jeremy said...

No Muse at the Worcester DCU :-( Me and my buddy were so bummed. We werent interested in MCR, so we went and had dinner instead...

Anonymous said...

I don't know why you egotistical fags are throwing a hissy fit on a really good band opening up for another really good band. what? you can't like both of the bands?? oh, of course not, that would make you look less of a person... right...