My Chemical Romance plan on releasing scrapped material

March 3, 2011

My Chemical Romance plan on releasing scrapped material

My Chemical Romance (Reprise Records) have confirmed that the twenty-eight songs the band scrapped before recording their latest release, Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys, may still see the light of day. Frank Iero (guitar) of My Chemical Romance mentioned that the idea of possibly releasing the songs when the band breaks up as a final album has been discussed. It should be noted that the band has no intentions of breaking up in the near future, however. The full story can be read here and what Iero had to say can be read below:

 

Just last week I started playing on one of the computers backstage and some of the tracks which we had on the last attempt at the record were on it and we were humming them back and forth and thinking they were really good. At some point it would be nice for some of them to see the light of day but there is no plan for that at the moment.

Right now they are just for us but I actually did have this idea when we were making the record. I said ‘I have this great idea that we should record two records and release one and put the other away in the vault so when the band breaks up so it would be the last MCR record ever.'

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