After announcing that My Chemical Romance would be refocusing their attention on the album that never was, Conventional Weapons, the band have revealed the first two samples of what fans can expect from the release.
Originally slated to be released before/instead of most current album Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, Converntional Weapons is comprised of tracks recorded just after their 2006 super successful Black Parade.
According to Anti-Quiet, the tracks were scrapped to make way for Danger Days, but the time is now right to re-address the forgotten material. My Chem plan on releasing 2 tracks a month for the next 5 months, followed by the release of the album. Today, we’ve got for you Tomorrow’s Money and Boy Division, both showcasing some good old My Chemical Romance fury.
Next up, fans can expect Ambulance and Gun, which should be revealed come November 23rd. All of the singles will be available for download, as well as on 7 inch.