Last night (December 20) My Chemical Romance gave their first concert as a band in over seven years. MCR performed at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, where she starred for "I & # 39; m Not Okay (I Promise)", "Welcome to the Black Parade" and "You Know What They Do To Guys Like Us In Prison" played with Sara Taylor from LA Hardcore Band Youth Code. Check out a video from the show below.
The night before the show, My Chemical Romance distributed "Devotion" blankets to fans who were outside the venue. Shortly before the concert began, the University of Southern California brass band played the 2006 MCR hit "Welcome to the Black Parade," Billboard emphasizes. Watch how everything goes down.
My Chemical Romance announced their first appearance at Halloween on Halloween. The following month, they unveiled three more live shows – in Australia, New Zealand, and Japan – that were scheduled for 2020.
MCR front man Gerard Way announced the separation of the group in 2013. Their last appearance together was at Bamboozle 2012. Her last studio album is the Danger Days 2010: The Real Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys.
Read Pitchforks Sunday Review on MCR's second album Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge.
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— dai (@ierovices) December 20, 2019