My Chemical Romance’s beloved 2006 album The Black Parade has re-entered the Billboard 200 charts based on the strength of the bands’ reunion and first shows announcement. Obviously, the My Chemical Romance reunion is bigger than anyone could’ve ever expected. After announcing their first gig since 2012, the reunion escalated, so that now the band are also headlining the Download festival in both Australia this March and Japan later in 2020. New details continue to emerge every day: earlier today, the band’s live drummer was revealed for their reunion gig, while only this weekend emo hardcore crew Thursday was announced as the opener for MCR at their LA gig. Hopefully, more news and shows will be announced soon.
My Chemical Romance's 'The Black Parade' re-enters this week’s Billboard 200, earning its first appearance in over 2 years (+100% in sales; @MCRofficial).
— chart data (@chartdata) November 11, 2019