Welcome to Diligence, a small fansite dedicated to the lead guitarist, Ray Toro from My Chemical Romance. For updates to the site please see over there to the right, and if you would like to contribute some Ray information, pictures, media, etc please feel free to send along your contributions. Follow us on twitter or like Ray-Toro.com on Facebook.
Hello friends… Here is the official video for our new single “The Kids From Yesterday” . This will be the last single released from our album Danger Days, and we decided what better song to end on than our collective favorite. This song means a lot of different things to us individually and we hope it speaks to you as well. When deciding what kind of video would work the best with the song we immediately thought of a “video collage” …something that would show the progression of the band over the past 10 years leading up to one of our most memorable moments, closing the Reading and Leeds festivals this past summer. We began collecting footage and literally stumbled upon an incredible video done by a talented young lady named Emily Eisemann. She had made a fan video, put it up on YouTube and it summed up what we had been trying so very hard to make, perfectly. So we gave her a call, put our videos together, and the rest, as they say, is history.
The Transformers: Dark Of The Moon soundtrack is available to download from iTunes now! The album features My Chemical Romance’s ‘The Only Hope For Me Is You’ on track 3, along with other artists such as Paramore, Linkin Park and Taking Back Sunday.
Ray seems to be in charge of the band’s efforts on this, and it sounds great! Be sure to look for the special edition of SING that’ll come out to support Japan. If you want to contribute to the video they’re putting together, due date is March 30th, Wednesday, by 5 pm PST. On his twitter, he mentions that any audio from video submissions will not be audible in all likelihood, as it’ll be overlaid with the SING audio. Check it out!
Hey y’all! The band had just released their music video for the song Planetary (GO!). The fourth single off of the album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys. Don't let the velocity make you sweat.