We’re four days away from the return of My Chemical Romance and Gerard Way has been kind enough to distract us. The legendary frontman and creator curated a playlist of all of the music he enjoyed this year.
The playlist in on Spotify and is titled Music New & Old That I Enjoyed This Year. Check it out below.
The playlist featured just what Gerard Way states in the title, both new and old hits. Metallica is in their as well as newcomers Power Trip and Alex Lahey. Lahey exploded to stardom with her cover of “Welcome to the Black Parade” that Gerard Way celebrated earlier in the year.
Check out the playlist below.
Gerard Way advertised the playlist in the Instagram post below.
More My Chemical Romance
We’re four days away from My Chemical Romance taking the stage for the first time in 7 years. As fans prepare for the big Return, the band have continued to announce even more post-reunion shows.
“We are so excited to be coming to Osaka,” the band wrote with the ticket link.
The announcement follows the announcement of their first reunion show in Los Angeles, which sold out almost instantly. The band recently teased an image of the Shrine with a Latin caption that sparked plenty of theories. The update came several weeks after the band’s first photo together at a rehearsal for the upcoming gig.
The band confirmed drummer Jarrod Alexander will play with them for their Dec. 20 show but no information has been given on future gigs.
Thursday are set to open the Los Angeles show following several shows with Saves The Day frontman Chris Conley leading up to the Dec. 20 gig.
Check out the band’s full list of upcoming dates below with the Osaka gig’s tickets here, which go on sale Jan. 25, 2020.
12/20/19 – Los Angeles, CA @ Shrine Expo Hall
03/20/20 – Download Melbourne @ Melbourne Showgrounds
03/21/20 – Download Sydney @ Parramatta Park
03/25/20 – Western Springs, NZ @ The Outer Fields at Western Springs
03/28/20 – Osaka, JP @ INTEX Osaka
03/29/20 – Download Japan @ Makuhari Messe Event Hall
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