Giant Drag influenced by My Chemical Romance

The Killers, Green Day and Queen also inspire duo

Giant Drag influenced by My Chemical Romance
Giant Drag have revealed that they have been influenced by My Chemical Romance on their new album.

The LA duo have also admitted that they’ve written half of the follow up to 2005’s ’Hearts And Unicorns’.

Posting on Giantdrag.com, singer and guitarist Annie Hardy wrote: “I can’t tell you what to expect because only about half the songs are written. But my guess is it will sound like My Chemical Romance multiplied by Green Day divided by The Killers minus Queen plus U2.

“Times Incubus minus eyeliner to the square root of pizza with a dash of AFI for taste. Mmm, my mouth is watering already.”

A release date for the new album has yet to be announced.

As previously reported, Hardy recently featured on the Deftones album ’Saturday Night Wrist’, on the song ’Pink Cellphone’.

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