Before you read on, if you clicked on this article because you saw the title and instantly got excited, hold your horses a moment. Please do not read further, but read the the article that's linked right below this text, and then return here. It is important, otherwise, you probably will be slightly confused by what all I am about to say. http://musicisimmortal.weebly.com/2/post/2013/10/the-black-parade-isnt-dead.html
Now that you hopefully read that, you're probably caught up on all the known information. Fans of MCR have been anxiously awaiting their return since the day they announced their break up. That is not news at all, its just common knowledge that the MCRmy is full of fans that simply cannot wait for their return.
I believe I have said this in previous blogs, and all over Music = Life, but I have no doubt that MCR will return. I have said before that they will, "Pull a Fall Out Boy" and be done for several years and then return with a bang.
Despite the fact that the tweet from Frank Iero has been proven to be fake, the description of the Twitter account is real and is enough to get fans questioning. Rumors have already swelled back up about this, and now everyone is wondering if they will possibly be returning under a different name. As soon as I heard this rumor, I begin thinking of all the reasons as to why this may happen.
Did MCR have a problem with their record company? A lot of the time, record labels will claim rights to your band name, and then if something goes sour or simply your contract is up, the band's name sake can disappear as fans know it. Its not right, because the record labels are supposed to be there simply to help bands get their music out there, and keep them alive as a band. They're not supposed to tear them down, but sometimes they do. It is corrupt, much like most of the world.
Keep your heads up, MCR fans. Who knows what could come in the future. That really applies to any situation, but especially this one. "Sometimes, in order to grow, you need to tear down everything that came before." Don't forget that.
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