My Chemical Romance reunion tour 2022: Band shocks fans by doing this at concert

my-chemical-romance-reunion-tour-band-makes-rare-move-by-doing-this-at-concert WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - MAY 23: (L-R) Musicians Ray Toro, Gerard Way, Mikey Way and Frank Iero of My Chemical Romance pose at a press party of announce the 2011 Honda Civic Tour featuring blink-182 and My Chemical Romance at the Rainbow Bar and Grill on May 23, 2011 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

My Chemical Romance’s reunion tour has been going on since May, but they’re still giving fans a major nostalgia trip, as they recently performed a song they haven’t played in almost two decades.

According to Stereogum, the punk rock band performed at Oklahoma City’s Paycom Center, where they dug out some of their rarest songs to date.

After performing “Bury Me In Black” for the first time in 19 years, the band stunned concertgoers. The song appeared on the B-Side of their album “I’m Not Okay (I Promise).”

Apart from the previously mentioned song, they also performed “This Is The Best Day Ever” after 17 years. The song was a fan favorite from the album “I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love.”

Fans flocked to Twitter to express their delight at their performance.

One fan wrote after not attending the band’s show:

“im in a bad place rn. not mentally, i’m just not at the mcr show where they played bury me in black for the first time since 2003 and this is the best day ever for the first time since 2005”

My Chemical Romance’s setlist originally included the song “Helena” as part of their encore performance, but they didn’t play it on the show, most likely due to curfew.

The rock band performed 22 songs in total.

The band took a brief break before returning to the stage in Oklahoma City to begin their North American leg tour.

They performed in the United Kingdom and Ireland earlier this year, beginning at the Eden Project in Cornwall, their first show in the country in 11 years.

They will continue their world tour in New Zealand and Australia next year.

They will be joined on stage in the United States by Turnstile, The Lemon Twigs, Taking Back Sunday, and many more.

On August 23, they will perform at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, before continuing on to cities such as Cincinnati, Belmont Park, Uncasville, Toronto, Brooklyn, Boston, Portland, Montreal, and many more.

MCR’s final North American tour stop will be on October 17 at The Forum in Los Angeles, California.

Tickets, tour dates, and more information can be found on their official website.