Honey, This Mirror Isn’t Big Enough For the Two of Us was MCR’s very first video released on July 23rd, 2002.

Their second video from their debut album, You Brought Me Your Bullets, I Brought You My Love was Vampires Will Never Hurt You.

I’m not Okay (I Promise) was their first video from their second album, Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge.

This initial video was done prior to Matt Pelissier leaving the band and the band signing to Reprise record label.

Their second video for I’m Not Okay was released on September 13th, 2004 after the band signed to Reprise and adopted Bob Bryar as their new drummer.

“Helena” Was the second video from Revenge. It was released on May 23rd, 2005 and the video was shot on-location in the Immanuel Presbyterian church on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles.

MCR’s third video from Revenge was the “Ghost Of You”. The single was released on August 29th, 2005.

The first video from their third album (The Black Parade) was “Welcome To The Black Parade” and it was directed by Samuel Bayer who had previously worked with Green Day, Ozzy Osbourne, Aerosmith and The Ramones. Click here for the MTV making of video!

This video for “Famous Last Words” (shot the day after “Welcome To The Black Parade”) was released on Jan 11th via Total Request Live on MTV. Click here for the Making of video!

On April 3rd the 3rd single “I Don’t Love You” was released in the UK.

On July 9th “Teenagers” was released as the 3rd single in the US and the 4th in the UK.

We also released this fun little video for “Blood” around the same time.

Check dates for TBPID

On **** The Black Parade Is Dead was released and featured live performances one in Mexico on **** and the second from October 28th, 2007 Here are a couple of those videos (for more check out TBPID or the Official My Chemical Romance YouTube).

On February 1st, 2009 the band released a cover version of the Bob Dylan song Desolation Row. The song was used as the end credit track for the 2009 film Watchmen (an adaptation of the Watchmen graphic novel). The video was directed by Zack Snyder.

The first single from Danger Days, “Na Na Na” was played on various radio stations for the first time on September 22nd. “Na Na Na” was not intended to be the first single originally, but after the success of the teaser trailer it was decided it would be the first single. The single was released on September 28th. The video co-directed by Roboshobo and Gerard Way and introduces us to the theme and characters for the album.

The second single from the album “Sing” was released on November 3rd.

The song “Planetary Go!” was premiered on October 23rd, 2010 but was not released as a single until March 2011. The song “The Kids From Yesterday” was also premiered on the same day.


No videos were released for Conventional Weapons but we created a playlist for you of all the songs to enjoy!

There were no official videos from MCRX either but here is a playlist of the songs MCR Official YouTube released:

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