July 21, 2011 11:16

My Chemical Romance release new live EP

Band put out six live tracks from their iTunes Festival show

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My Chemical Romance have released a new live E.P of their performance at London’s Camden Roundhouse as part of the iTunes Festival earlier this month.

The EP, which is available for download from iTunes now, features six live tracks, including recent single 'SING' and fan favourites 'Teenagers' and 'Vampires Will Never Hurt You', which were all recorded during the band's show on July 9.

The New Jersey emo rockers have joined the likes of Linkin Park, Manic Street Preachers and Foo Fighters in releasing live EPs from their festival performances.

You can also watch a full, uncensored film of My Chemical Romance's performance at iTunes.com/festival.

My Chemical Romance are set to tour North America with Blink-182 later this summer, before they return to the UK to headline Reading And Leeds Festivals.

The tracklisting for the EP is as follows:

'Hang Em' High'
'Mama'
'SING'
'Teenagers'
'Vampires Will Never Hurt You'
'The Kids From Yesterday'

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