November 17, 2010 0:02

My Chemical Romance stream new album online before official release – audio

Listen to 'Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys' in full on NME.COM

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My Chemical Romance have made their new album available to hear in full - scroll down and click below to listen to it.

'Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys' is set for release on Monday (November 22) and premiered online last night (November 16). See for more information.

Listen to the album then give your verdict on the NME Office Blog now.

Meanwhile, it's My Chemical Romance weekend on NME TV this weekend (20-21). Tune in for a world exclusive interview with the band (watch a preview on the right) and videos across the two days. Watch at Sky channel 382 and see NME.COM/nmetv for more information.

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