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Emo youngsters, rejoice! My Chemical Romance have launched their first new track since 2014. The band shock dropped the track, “The Foundations of Decay,” on Could 12. Their final track, “Faux Your Dying,” was initially speculated to be a part of their fifth album, however they by no means accomplished the venture and included the observe on their greatest-hits compilation as a substitute.
“The Foundations of Decay” comes one week earlier than the band restart their reunion tour. Technically, the tour started in 2019, however MCR solely performed one present in Los Angeles earlier than the tour was placed on pause as a result of pandemic. First, they will make stops in Europe earlier than touring to America in August. They’re additionally booked for fairly just a few summer season festivals, together with Riot Fest and When We Have been Younger.
My Chemical Romance formally broke up in 2013. Lead singer Gerard Method continued to launch music as a solo artist, together with the 2020 track “Right here Comes the Finish” for Netflix’s “The Umbrella Academy.” “The Umbrella Academy” is predicated on a comic-book collection of the identical identify written by Method and illustrated by Gabriel Bá. Method can be an govt producer on the collection, which returns this June.
In 2021, Method opened up about what it was like taking part in the one reunion present. “That was positively probably the most enjoyable I’ve ever had taking part in on stage with My Chemical Romance, for positive,” Method informed NME. “One thing that I attempted to do, and this was aware, was relinquish some management. I take into consideration management quite a bit, and within the years because the band broke up I’ve actually examined management in all of its varieties.”
Pleasure concerning the new track has followers questioning if a complete new My Chemical Romance album may very well be on the best way, however the band have but to share their future plans. Their final full album was “Hazard Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys,” launched in 2010.
Hearken to My Chemical Romance’s “The Foundations of Decay.”