My Chemical Romance have added a fourth and final show in Los Angeles to their ever-growing US tour plans.
Earlier this week, the group shared a cinematic short film called ‘A Summoning’ to announce details of their anticipated US tour.
After teasing their latest announcement earlier this week, the returning emo-rockers shared the new ten minute clip on YouTube on Wednesday afternoon (January 29).
The short film tells the story of a teenager attempting to summon spirits using a pentagram, before things take a sinister turn as he is pursued by a gang of masked villains.
We see the teenage boy heading into a room of vampires, before eventually ending up in a chapel – where several callbacks to MCR’s eclectic past are present. The couple from the cover of ‘Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge’ are seen standing at the altar, alongside a cameo from the dancer who famously featured in the band’s video for ‘Helena’.
Further references to the band’s past are seen as the boy heads into the scene of the 2011 video for ‘Na Na Na’, taken from fourth album ‘Danger Days’.
It eventually concludes with the boy triumphing over the group of hooded goons and standing in Los Angeles’ Forum, before their tour dates are listed.
However, it offers no new signs of new music, despite fans of the band noticing that Shazam has begun recognising ‘An Offering’ as a single.
Check their US tour dates in full below, with the newly announced fourth LA date closing the tour on October 16.
— My Chemical Romance (@MCRofficial) February 1, 2020
My Chemical Romance US tour dates
9 – Little Caesars Arena, Detroit
11 – Xcel Energy Center, St Paul
12 – Riot Fest, Chicago
14 – Scotiabank Arena, Toronto
15 – TD Garden, Boston
17 – Barclays Center, Brooklyn
18 – Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia
20 – Music Midtown, Atlanta
22 – Prudential Center, Newark
23 – Prudential Center, Newark
26 – BB&T Center, Sunrise
29 – Toyota Center, Houston
30 – American Airlines Center, Dallas
02 – Pepsi Center, Denver
04 – Tacoma Dome, Washington
06 – Oakland Arena, Oakland
08 – The Forum, Los Angeles
10 – Aftershock Festival, Sacramento
11 – T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas
13 – The Forum, Los Angeles
14 – The Forum, Los Angeles
16 – The Forum, Los Angeles