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Watch an hour and forty minutes of My Chemical Romance's comeback show with this new fan-made film

'My Chemical Romance - Live in California' captures the band's return last month at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium
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Published: 10:10 am, January 02, 2020Words: Stephen Ackroyd. Photos: Pooneh Ghana.
Watch an hour and forty minutes of My Chemical Romance's comeback show with this new fan-made film

So, Dear Reader - over 'the break' (i.e. the period where Dork HQ checked out to eat chocolate and recharge the batteries), the mighty My Chemical Romance made their big comeback. It was all very special, people enjoyed it, everything was great.

But what if you missed it? Well - fear not. The MCR fans have your back. One intrepid legend, Jeyzeus Hays, decided to commit the comeback to record, compiling a bunch of fan shot footage into a 'concert film'.

Titling it 'My Chemical Romance - Live in California', it captures the show at LA's Shrine Auditorium in an hour and forty minutes. Not bad, eh? Including footage from videos previously uploaded to YouTube as well as footage other fans sent over, and mixed the audio from multiple sources, you can check it out 'below'.

“I’ve been working on it since the night of the show." Hays wrote on Reddit. "It’s not official by any means, but it is the closest we are gonna get to a proper copy of the show.”

My Chemical Romance's comeback extends into 2020. While there's no firm UK dates yet, we're expecting more on that front 'soon'.

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