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The Alt-Rock band, My Chemical Romance is touring in 2011, with the “World Contamination Tour”, scheduled to kick start on April 1 in Oregon. The “World Contamination Tour”, by Chemical Romance is in support of the group’s latest album Danger Day: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys, which was released on November 22.
Native of New Jersey, the band My Chemical Response started the tour in December with a few concerts however officially the tour begins on April 1. The first stop is Portland, Oregon with the tour covering 24 major towns and cities of North America. It also includes several stops in Canada and finally the tour will end in Phoenix on May 24. Some of the dates have been released while the dates and venues for the rest of the tour would be announced later.
Primarily supporting and featuring the latest album Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys, the tour’s ticket sales have already begun. The album Danger Days is the fourth studio album from the group. Rob Cavallo of the Green Day and The Goo Goo Dolls fame has produced the album, which consists of 15 tracks.
The ticket presales for the tour began on November 17 and each of these tickets had the new album’s digital copy. General sales for the tour tickets began on November 20. Therefore, well over two months now, the ticket sale is catching up. Those that have missed the bus can still get them online. Our website has the tickets for the World Contamination Tour and therefore you can still grab them here.
Speaking of the new album, the first single of the set has been featuring on the Billboard Hot 100 and the Alternative Songs chart at the 77th spot and number 10 spot respectively. The album also marks the band’s new collection after their “The Black Parade” released in 2006, which was nominated for the Grammy.