Frank Iero opened up about My Chemical Romance's 2013 split during an interview with guitar string company Ernie Ball for their "String Theory" series.
Frank Iero opened up about My Chemical Romance’s 2013 split during an interview with guitar string company Ernie Ball for their “String Theory” series.
“When My Chem ended, it was a feeling a closure on that but also, at the same time, this panic sets in because you have done something for so long and it almost defined you,” the rhythm guitarist and backup vocalist of the rock band said.
“There’s comfort in that, but there’s also this feeling of, ‘Oh my god, well now what do you do? Who are you?’ If that didn’t actually define you, what do you do now? It’s a scary, scary time,” he added.
Iero later formed his side project – Frank Iero and The Future Violents.
“I love doing that sh*t. Like if it scares the sh*t out of me then I have to do it. I ended up learning so much more about myself and what I can accomplish by doing those things,” he said.
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