- Publish Date
- Friday, 3 January 2020, 11:01AM
While many people celebrated an international holiday on December 25, it was December 20, 2019 that was a cause for celebration for the MCRmy.
My Chemical Romance made its long-awaited comeback during the band's first show in six years at The Shrine in Los Angeles. Tickets sold out in mere minutes and left thousands of fans wishing they could be present for the legendary show.
Many fans who weren't lucky enough to score a ticket, took to Twitter and Instagram to watch short clips of the band's set, which included hits like “I'm Not Okay (I Promise)” and “Helena,” but there hasn't been a video yet of the entire show… until now.
Thanks to members of the MCRmy on Reddit, a video compiled of footage from the reunion show is now finally available — and it's documentary-worthy!
The result is one hour and 40 minutes of pure My Chemical Romance glory from all different angles at the venue giving fans around the world the gift of a live show without leaving their bedrooms.
While the band hasn't announced a full reunion tour, fans have a theory there is one in the works thanks to a post by guitar maker Fender. The band is also rumored to by playing Coachella later this year.
MCR's epic comeback show all happened because of a 2017 jam session that went so well, the guys decided to get the band back together. Hopefully, we'll be seeing much more of My Chemical Romance in 2020 and beyond.
This article was first published on iheart.com and is republished here with permission