Nada Recording Studio, with whom My Chemical Romance recorded their debut album, I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love have released an instagram video featuring 11-year-old unseen footage from the recording session.
At the time of Bullets' recording in early 2002, according to MCR in their 2006 documentary Life On The Murder Scene, Nada was merely "John Naclerio's basement," where they would often have to pause their work while Naclerio's mother vacuumed upstairs.
Watch them work on "Drowning Lessons," "Headfirst For Halos" and more in the brief video below.
This snippet begs that a longer version of this footage exists. Neither Nada nor the band give any indication that it will ever see the light of day, but wouldn't that be nice?