It appears My Chemical Romance have some exciting news on the way.

On Tuesday, they unveiled a cryptic new teaser that is a true throwback to their iconic Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge era.

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There's been a lot going on in the My Chemical Romance universe lately. Not only did Frank Iero basically break the internet with his new hairstyle, but one of MCR's classic albums has officially re-entered the Billboard 200 14 years after its release.

Now, it looks like MCR fans have something else to look forward to. This week, My Chemical Romance shared a cryptic teaser that seemingly hints some exciting news is on the way.

The nostalgic teaser is a true throwback to MCR's Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge era. The quick clip features the song "Give 'Em Hell Kid," off of the 2004 album. As well, the cryptic visual of a white rose catching on fire is accompanied by the caption "Eyes."

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Seeing as My Chemical Romance captioned their Instagram post with "Eyes," it's possible their rumored collab with HipDot will be an eyeshadow palette or makeup specifically for the eyes.

Since the Revenge era was defined by that iconic red eyeshadow, an eyeshadow palette would make perfect sense. For now, we will just have to wait and see what exactly My Chemical Romance and HipDot are scheming.

In other My Chemical Romance news, one of their classic album covers is getting reimagined into a new Funko Pop! vinyl figure. This week, leaks of the new collectible emerged online. As well, one My Chemical Romance fan thinks they may have discovered where the band got the inspiration for their iconic G-note in "Welcome To The Black Parade."

What do you think My Chemical Romance are teasing? Do you think its a new makeup collection? Let us know in the comments below.

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