Singer Gerard Way recently premiered his first new track since the disbanding of My Chemical Romance. Titled "Millions," the song was recorded by a fan during Way's Sydney Opera House last Friday (October 4). Check out the clip below. Despite the predominant background noise, the recording gives a solid input to Gerard's new musical endeavors and also includes the song's lyrics. My Chemical Romance have called it quits back in late March, with Way saying that the band itself "can never die." "Since I am bad with goodbyes, I refuse to let this be one," the vocalist explained. "But I will leave you with one last thing. My Chemical Romance is done. But it can never die. Because it is not a band - it is an idea." The final My Chemical Romance record, "Danger Days: the True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys," was released back in November 2010, landing at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 chart. Let us know what you think of Way's new tune in the comments.
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