Published: Fri, November 01, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

My Chemical Romance are back for a reunion show

My Chemical Romance are back for a reunion show

It's due to happen at Los Angeles's Shrine Expo Hall on December 20.

The quintessential sad boys of punk, My Chemical Romance, have delighted black-eyeliner-loving millennials everywhere with the news that they are reforming.

They'll play a gig called Return in Los Angeles this December, the band revealed on their social channels.

My Chemical Romance split in 2013, with the band's social media accounts causing a stir back in 2016 when the band uploaded a video teaser.

As you know, all good things must come to an end and in 2013 the band announced a very sudden breakup. According to the band's official Twitter page, tickets for their first reunion show are now available for sale!

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My Chemical Romance is best known for songs like "Welcome to the Black Parade", "Sing", "Helena", and "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)".

Bassist Mikey Way and guitarist Frank Iero both tweeted a link to their respective Instagram posts, with the words "California 2019" shortly after the announcement.

The latter seems unlikely considering each member is locked into his own artistic endeavours, most notably frontman Gerard's high-profile comic book career (his The Umbrella Academy spawned a Netflix adaptation earlier this year).

My Chemical Romance released their debut album in 2002 but really made a splash on the music scene in 2004 with the platinum-selling "Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge". Their last album was 2010's "Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys".

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