Gerard Way marks anniversary of My Chemical Romance’s break up

The former frontman had a few words to say on the occasion

Gerard Way has marked the anniversary of My Chemical Romance’s break up on Twitter.

The New Jersey rock band announced their split three years ago on March 22, 2013.

The former frontman commented on the occasion, saying that it feels like decade since the group decided to go their separate ways.

He added that he is “in a much better place” now.

My Chemical Romance released their final album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, in 2010.

After the band came to an end, Way went on to release a solo album, ‘Hesitant Alien’, in 2014.

Way has previously said that the band’s split was “nobody’s fault”.

“It was time,” he told Zane Lowe in a 2014 interview, “I think because it was so special and it was such an amazing thing… to keep going and let it rust out on the rails? That was not the way that band was supposed to go out.”

I think we’re all pretty upset. It wasn’t an easy thing to come to. It was sad, because it wasn’t a situation where anybody hated each other. It was nobody’s fault.”