Band's fourth LP is set for release on November 22, according to reports

My Chemical Romance‘s forthcoming fourth studio album looks likely to be named ‘Danger Days: True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys’, after details of its released appeared on retail site HMV.co.uk.

Although the band have yet to officially confirm the record’s title and release date, the site lists the record in their pre-order section with a UK release date slated for November 22.

The possible album artwork, which is also on the site, shows a white spider scrawled over the Californian desert – and although this is yet to be confirmed as the final cover, it is similar to a print guitarist Frank Iero posted on a recent blog at MyChemicalRomance.com.

Writing on the blog, Iero added: “Our new record is done, finished, kaput, in the proverbial can, and being played loudly as we drive way too fast in our respective cars.

“Would you like to hear it? Ah, I bet you would, but all in due time my friends…good things come to a patient MCRmy. We have a plan, and we are sticking to it. But look alive, keep your ears to the ground and your eyes bloodshot and open…there are signs everywhere and it will all make sense to you soon. Keep checking back for the shit to hit the fan.”

The band have previously told NME that songs which could appear on the album include ‘Bullet Proof Heart’ – which references The Killers‘Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine’‘Black Dragon Fighting Society’ and ‘Light Behind Your Eyes’.