MCR's Gerard Way collaborates with Deadmau5 on 'Professional Griefers' – listen

'The Black Parade' man's vocals appear on the dance producer's new track

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My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way has recorded a new track with dance titan Deadmau5, which is titled 'Professional Griefers'. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to hear the track.

The track appeared online this morning (March 22), but neither Deadmau5 or Gerard Way have formally confirmed that they feature on it. However, a spokesperson for the My Chemical Romance man told NME that he does indeed appear on the track.

Ironically, the track has appeared online in the same week in which Deadmau5 posted a rant against musical collaborations on his blog.

In a lengthy post, the producer said he rarely enjoys the idea of collaborations and hit out against the "fad" of big name stars hooking with electronic producers. You can read the full piece at Deadmau5.tumblr.com.

Deadmau5 will return to the UK this summer to headline Wireless Festival and Evolution Festival in Newcastle. My Chemical Romance are currently working on the follow-up to their fourth album 'Danger Day: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys'.


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