Somehow My Chemical Romance have made the wait for their much-anticipated new album "Danger Lives: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys," due out Nov. 22, even harder to bear.
The wild single "Na Na Na" now has an even wilder video, directed by Gerard Way and Roboshobo, is filled with an entire new cast of chracters, including MCR as the superheroes The Killjoys, and a mythology that seems to have more twists than the "Lost" finale -- all delivered at hyperspeed to match the rush of the song.
The "Na Na Na" video has rayguns, a mysterious conglomerate Better Living Industries, whose motto is "The Aftermath is Secondary," car chases, and a kidnapping. (MTV offers a lengthy explainer of all the references here.) And now we'll have to wait to see what comes next.
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