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No, it’s not 2006, but it might as well be. Emo rock darlings My Chemical Romance are back with new music for the first time in nearly a decade.

The band dropped a new single “The Foundations of Decay” on Thursday, their first major release since their 2014 song “Fake Your Death.” Lead singer Gerard Way’s moody, distorted vocals open the six-minute track, swelling into an explosive chorus. 

“Let our bodies lay while our hearts will stay/ Let our blood invade if I die in pain,” Way sings. “Now if your convictions were a passing phase, may our ashes feed the river in the morning rays. And as the vermin crawls, we lay in the foundations of decay.” 

Produced by Way, Doug McKean and lead guitarist Ray Toro, “The Foundations of Decay” marks a new era for MCR following their 2013 split and as they prepare to launch their highly anticipated reunion tour, kicking off in the U.K. on May 16 and in North America on August 20.

Background:My Chemical Romance announces reunion show six years after splitting up

In fall 2019, the group announced their return and got back together for a reunion performance in December. 

Of course, MCR fans were ecstatic over the new song. Many took to social media to show their love for the multiplatinum band’s latest release. 

“my chemical romance dropping new music in 2022 might actually save this decade,” Twitter user @iNabber69 wrote.





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