MCR’s Ray Toro shares epic Our Lady Of Sorrows live audio

Is a My Chemical Romance live album from their recent European tour coming? Or is Ray Toro just sharing this audio because it sounds absolutely glorious?! Who knows…

MCR’s Ray Toro shares epic Our Lady Of Sorrows live audio
Emily Carter
Paul Harries

My Chemical Romance guitarist Ray Toro has shared a somewhat rare post on Twitter, uploading an absolutely incredible audio snippet from the band’s recent UK and European tour.

The 50-second clip (which Ray captioned with a shocked face, which is the exact expression we pulled when hearing it too) plays out a glorious breakdown of Our Lady Of Sorrows, which is originally taken from the New Jersey emo heroes’ debut album, 2002’s I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love. Fans seem to think this means that Ray is teasing some sort of My Chem live album, or possibly something to mark the 20th anniversary of their debut.

As the eagle-eyed MCRmy members on Reddit have pointed out, Our Lady Of Sorrows was played eight times on the band’s recent tour, so this is – according to raisethesong – a recording from either the first Eden Project show, the second Milton Keynes or Dublin show, Cardiff, Glasgow, Warsaw, Berlin, or the second Bonn date. algosun replied to the Reddit post stating that the Ray clip is “the exact recording of them playing it at Milton Keynes 2, on May 19, 2022!” So… Milton Keynes live album, then?

We’re not sure yet – but either way, just enjoy this…

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