Yesterday (November 22), My Chemical Romance's third and final album, Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys, turned 10, and Frank Iero celebrated the occasion with a thoughtful Instagram message.
"daaaaamn has it really been 10years??!? To be honest it kinda feels more like 20... Happy Danger Day, frendz!" he wrote alongside a photo of the album art. "There’s some bats**t magic on this record. I remember this being a very turbulent time for us as a band and i’m extremely proud of what we accomplished together on this record."
The guitarist ended his message on a somber note, remembering the band's manager, Lauren Valencia; guitar tech, Todd Youth; and A&R rep, Craig Aaronson, who all passed away within the last couple years.
My Chem was supposed to go on its long-awaited reunion tour this year, but like so many other bands was forced to reschedule due to the coronavirus pandemic. See the new dates here.
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