My Chemical Romance Logo

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My Chemical Romance LogoOne of the most popular rock bands in the US, My Chemical Romance has gone through several logotypes since 2001, when it was founded.

Meaning and history

My Chemical Romance Logo history

Probably the first notable My Chemical Romance logo was the one that could be seen on the cover of the band’s second album, Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge. It contained the name of the band in white against the black background.


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The Black parade logo (2006) featured a new, “scratched” typeface.


My Chemical Romance symbol
In 2016, the band posted a teaser video featuring a new logo, which was nicknamed “MCRX.” It was based on a cross, where each of the ends was divided in two pars curling outwards in opposite directions.
There was a letter on each of the corners. Three of them were the first letters of the band’s name (“M,” “C,” and “R”), while the fourth one, the “X”, as the Roman numeral for “10”, supposedly symbolized the 10th anniversary of The Black Parade album. This explanation seems perfectly logical, as the logo was released for a reissue of that album.


Font My Chemical Romance Logo
The letters “M”, “C”, “R”, and “X” on the 2016 My Chemical Romance logo were given in a bold sans serif typeface looking rather generic.


Color My Chemical Romance Logo
The band has been consistent in its color palette: the combination of black and white was featured in the logos for the second and third albums, as well as the 2016 reissue of The Black Parade.

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