Gerard Way, Mikey Way and Ray Toro of My Chemical Romance recently stopped by the Rolling Stone studios to chat with senior writer Brian Hiatt about their bold new album Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys. "It's really the kind of record where you kind of need to put your money where your mouth is," says frontman Gerard. "If you made the record with the intention of trying to change something, or rebel against something, then it's a fight. So I accepted that at a certain point. This record kinda is a fight."