My Chemical Romance announce UK comeback show and tease new music

Tickets for the band's UK stadium show are on sale now.

UPDATE 12.02.2020: My Chemical Romance have announced a fourth UK comeback show, once which will now take place first before all three of their MK Stadium concerts.

The emo band will headline The Eden Project, Cornwall on Tuesday June 16, two days prior to their stadium slots in Milton Keynes. The Eden sessions gig now marks the band's first UK show in a decade.

Tickets for Inside Track Passholders are on sale now, with general sale opening at 5pm GMT on Wednesday February 12.

UPDATE 24.01.2020: Owing to huge demand, a second date at Stadium MK has been announced for June 21, 2020. The first date sold out in just 30 minutes, prompting the band to tweet:

Tickets for the second show are selling fast but are still available here.

ORIGINAL ARTICLE 20.01.2020: My Chemical Romance have announced details of their first UK show in ten years - and it's a big one. 

The band, who announced their reunion last year, will headline Milton Keynes’ Stadium MK on June 20 2020. Tickets go on sale at 9.30am on Friday, January 24. Tickets will be limited to six per person for standing and four tickets per person for seating.

It looks like MCR are lining up new music as well: the New Jersey emo kings have posted a video on their YouTube account titled An Offering, which features music alongside their traditional spooky imagery.

MCR kicked off their highly anticipated reunion tour in Los Angeles last month, which marked their first show since 2012. The band have also announced 2020 shows in Australia, New Zealand and Japan.

The band have also resurrected their popular MCR blog, where frontman Gerard Way talks with fans online, often with lengthy posts.

After rising to fame in 2004, MCR have landed eight Top 40 songs and six Top 40 albums on the Official UK Charts. Their most successful is 2006's The Black Parade, which peaked at Number 2 and includes the Number 1 single Welcome To The Black Parade. View My Chemical Romance's Official Chart history in full.

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