If you’re a rock fan from the early 2000s then the name My Chemical Romance is certainly a familiar one. Among the plethora of bands that rose to prominent during that time, none seem to be as iconic as the “Teenagers” performers.

So when the news hit the headline that the band was breaking up back in March 2013. It send shockwaves among the community with many of their loyal fans feeling devastated. But a tweet send by the band’s official twitter account has managed to send an even bigger shockwave among “Welcome To The Black Parade” fans, all over the world.

The tweet in question is none other than the announcement that the rock band icon is back together again for a reunion show. The show will be performed at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, California on 20th December 2019. This will also mark the band performing live together for the first time since 2012.

The band’s singer Gerard Way, 42, has previously stated, “My Chemical Romance is done. But it can never die. It is alive in me, in the guys, and it is alive inside all of you. I always knew that, and I think you did too. Because it is not a band- it is an idea.” This came after the band’s surprise break-up announcement.

My Chemical Romance
Source: Alternative Press

My Chemical Romance rose to prominence in the early 2000s, with all four of their studio album – “I Brought You My Bullets You Brought Me Your Love” (2002), “Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge” (2004), “The Black Parade” (2006), and “Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys” (2010) – finding immense success. Their song “Welcome To The Black Parade” has also been described as the modern day “Bohemian Rhapsody”.

So are you punching the air with glee like we are? Or are you already planning your trip to the United States? Let us know in the comments below.

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