My Chemical Romance release tenth anniversary reissue of concept album Black Parade

The rock band's 2006 record features singles "Welcome to the Black Parade" and "Teenagers"

A reissue of My Chemical Romance concept album Black Parade is being streamed in celebration of the record's tenth anniversary.

The new version features previously unreleased material including demos and outtakes that comprise an additional disc titled "Living With Ghosts."

Black Parade was My Chemical Romance's third album and featured the songs "Welcome to the Black Parade," "I Don't Love You" and "Teenagers." It was certified Platinum in the UK.

You can stream the reissue on Spotify and Apple Music.

The tracklisting is as follows:

'Living With Ghosts' bonus tracklisting:

"The Five of Us Are Dying" (rough mix)
"Kill All Your Friends" (live demo)
"Party At The End Of The World" (live demo)
"Mama" (live demo)
"My Way Home Is Through You' (live demo)
"Not That Kind Of Girl" (live demo)
"House of Wolves, Version 1" (live demo)
"House of Wolves, Version 2" (live demo)
"Emily" (rough mix)
"Disenchanted" (live demo)
"All The Angels" (live demo)

Back in July, the American rock band - who split in 2003 - fuelled rumours of a reunion when a teaser clip for the album surfaced online. They later denied the suggestion stating there were no plans to reform.

The band's most famous lineup consisted of lead vocalist Gerard Way, bassist Mikey Way, guitarists Ray Toro and Frank Iero and drummer Bob Bryar.

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