Band announce their future plans from the stage in Chicago
My Chemical Romance have reportedly said that they will be returning to the studio in the autumn to begin work on their fifth album.
According to Absolute Punk and various online news reports, the New Jersey rockers frontman Gerard Way said from the stage in Chicago on Saturday night (August 20) that the band wouldn’t be back for some time as they were heading to the studio as soon as they finish with their touring commitments.
They had previously indicated that their double bill of festival shows were likely to be their final UK commitments in promoting their fourth studio album ‘Danger Days – The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys’ and it appears it will be their final commitment for the whole cycle.
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