September 18, 2010 13:23

My Chemical Romance confirm new album

Watch a teaser trailer for 'Danger Days' now

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My Chemical Romance have revealed details of their long-awaited fourth album.

As has been speculated, the album will be titled 'Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys' and released later this autumn.

The band have posted a teaser trailer at Mychemicalromance.com. The Tarantino-style clip sees the band listening to a pirate radio broadcast and dressed in biker gear, with Gerard Way sporting bright red hair.

The clip then goes on to flash slogans "Art is the weapon / against life as a symptom / defend yourself / the aftermath is secondary".

The album was planned for release earlier in the year, with tracks previewed including 'Bullet Proof Heart' and 'Black Dragon Fighting Society'. Way had promised a "stripped down" new direction, but the band went back to work on the record again following the departure of Bob Bryar.


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