My Chemical Romance’s Ray Toro shares live recording of “Our Lady of Sorrows” from reunion tour

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If you’ve got tickets to see My Chemical Romance on their upcoming U.S. reunion tour, guitarist Ray Toro is providing a preview of what you can expect.

In a tweet Wednesday night, Toro shared a clip of MCR rocking their early cut “Our Lady of Sorrows” during the European leg of their tour, which just wrapped in June.

The video shows the live music playing from an audio program on Toro’s computer, leading fans to speculate that My Chem might’ve recorded the European shows for a possible live album.

My Chemical Romance launched their European tour in May, marking the official beginning of the “Helena” outfit’s reunion run, which was postponed from 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ahead of the tour, MCR premiered their first new song in eight years, “The Foundations of Decay.”

The U.S. leg kicks off August 20 in Oklahoma City.

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