Since their long-awaited return in 2019, fans have been eagerly awaiting My Chemical Romance to release some new material, and it seems like a new album may be on the horizon.
During a recent rig rundown with Premier Guitar, Iero made a couple of subtle slip-ups which fans have caught onto which hint towards a fifth My Chemical Romance being in the pipeline.
The first (an excerpt of which can be checked out below) sees Iero explains a pedal board he used for what he says was “two Thursday live streams” and “a couple of M- some recording stuff”.
“and a couple of m- recording stuff” NO SAY WHAT U WERE GONNA SAY FRANK pic.twitter.com/oyp43QJZnW
— fran. (@kissofviolence) March 11, 2021
Later, he talks about a set up he used when working with producer Rob Cavallo on “the last three My Chem records… or the last two My Chem records rather.”
This could just be a genuine and sincere mistake, of course, but it’s worth noting that the band only worked with Rob Cavallo on 2010’s ‘Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys’ and 2006’s ‘The Black Parade’.
*clown music slowly creeps up on frank* pic.twitter.com/VnqeSIoP65
— ✨mel✨ (@joyriidiing) March 11, 2021
If you want to check out Frank Iero‘s full rig rundown with Premier Guitar, you can watch it below.
More details surrounding future activity and releases from the band will be confirmed as they develop.