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Bryar drumming in February 2007
|Birth name||Robert Nathaniel Corey Bryar|
December 31, 1979 |
Downers Grove, Illinois, United States
|Genres||Post-hardcore, pop punk, emo, alternative rock|
|Labels||Reprise, Warner Bros., Eyeball|
|Associated acts||My Chemical Romance, The Used|
Robert Nathaniel Corey "Bob" Bryar (born December 31, 1979) is a drummer. He was a member of the rock band My Chemical Romance from 2004 to 2010.
My Chemical Romance (2004-2010)
Bryar befriended My Chemical Romance while being a successful sound technician with The Used on tour. When My Chemical Romance fired their drummer Matt Pelissier in 2004, the band immediately hired Bryar. They had one day of practicing together in New Jersey before filming the "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" video. Two days after that, they went on tour. Bryar's first album with the band was The Black Parade. On March 3, 2010, it was announced on the official My Chemical Romance website that Bob Bryar was no longer part of the band. The Band wished him luck in his future endeavors.
Future Projects (2015-Present)
Bryar stated on twitter that he had interest in returning to music with former My Chemical Romance touring member Matt Cortez. 
Life After Music (2014-Present)
My Chemical Romance
- Warped Tour Bootleg Series (2005) – Drums, Percussion
- Life on the Murder Scene (2006) – Drums, Percussion
- The Black Parade (2006) – Drums, Percussion
- Live and Rare (2007) – Drums, Percussion
- AOL Sessions (2007) – Drums, Percussion
- The Black Parade Is Dead! (2008) - Drums, Percussion, Pyrotechnics
- The Black Parade: The B-Sides (2009) – Drums, Percussion
- ¡Venganza! (2009) – Drums, Percussion
- Conventional Weapons (2012-2013) - Drums, Percussion
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