You didn't think it would just be fans who have been getting excited over the MCR news, did you?
Last night My Chemical Romance took the world by storm by announcing their return with a show at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles on December 20.
Aside from fans losing their mind at their favourite band making a return after almost seven years away, bands were getting just as hyped.
Here's a selection for you...
Mike Shinoda tweeted his happiness at hearing about the band's reunion while also reminiscing about the shows that Linkin Park played with them.
As It Is stuck the cap locks on...
HOLY SHIT THE REAL MY CHEM ARE BACK. WE WILL HIDE NOW.— As It Is (@ASITISofficial) October 31, 2019
....while guitarist Ben Langford-Biss couldn't help but say it, erm, as it is.
I have cared about very little in the music industry recently but MCR getting back together has given me shivers like the first time i fucking heard them.— benjamin langford-biss (@benlangfordbiss) October 31, 2019
Mark Hoppus reminded us that we should probably listen to him more often.
Re: My Chemical Romance. I told you.— thnx fr th gvng (@markhoppus) October 31, 2019
And Alex Gaskarth used this opportunity to tell everyone a bit about his childhood.
Today feels like a good day to tell you all that when I was a young boy my father took me into the city to see a marching band. He said, “Son, when you grow up would you be the savior of the broken, the beaten and the damned?” He said, “Will you defeat them; your demons and all t— snacc-o-lantern Gaskarth (@AlexGaskarth) October 31, 2019
The Maine's Pat Kirch pointed out that everybody should probably send an apology-based muffin basket to Joe Jonas.
The Jonas Brothers were right.— Pat Kirch (@patmaine) October 31, 2019
Asking Alexandria's Ben Bruce put his birthday celebrations on hold to pay tribute to something else very special - a birthday that he shares with Frank Iero no less.
Screw the fact it’s my birthday....My Chem are coming BACK baby!!!!— Ben Bruce (@benjaminbruce) November 1, 2019
After playing 'Teenagers' in their sets for so long, Palaye Royale felt like it was the right time to hand the reigns back to the song's creators...
...While Remington Leith gave a calm and collected response to what had just happened.
MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE IS BACK HOLY SHIT!!! MY LIFE IS COMPLETE!!!— Remington Leith (@RemingtonLeith) October 31, 2019
Alex Biro of Selfish Things summed it all up pretty perfectly.
Music needs MCR right now, for real— Selfish Things *STREAM LOGOS* (@selfishthings) November 1, 2019
Then let the whole occasion consume him so much that it filled his head long after bedtime.
I literally can’t sleep thinking about the amount of clout and energy MCR hold like can you IMAGINE just posting a picture and a show date and having the entire world take a shit and set everything on fire at the same fucking time?????— Selfish Things *STREAM LOGOS* (@selfishthings) November 1, 2019
You can't blame Waterparks for feeling like this, can you?
OBVIOUSLY DEBATING CANCELLING OUR SAN ANTONIO SHOW SO WE CAN ALL GO SEE THE MCR REUNION IN LA. I UNDERSTAND UR ANGER WITH ME BUT THE SHARPEST LIVES ARE THE DEADLIEST TO LEAD BABY!— BEST TEETH IN THE GAME PARXTANO (@waterparks) October 31, 2019
And Awsten Knight then made us all whack our keyboards wildly until the 'I'm Not Okay' video started playing.
YOU CAN’T SWIM— FANTHONY PARXTANO (@awsten) October 31, 2019
YOU CAN’T DANCE
AND YOU DON’T KNOW KARATE
FACE IT, YOU’RE NEVER GONNA MAKE IT.
I DON’T WANNA MAKE IT
Thursday frontman, 'I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love' producer and long time friend of the band Geoff Rickly kept it short and emotional.
�� IT’S HAPPENING ��— Geoffrey Rickly (@GeoffRickly) October 31, 2019
Welcome back, friends. ❤️ https://t.co/8xw1jinzDG
And finally, Jack Barakat did the only thing that he could in such a monumental moment; donned his best eyeliner and took a killer selfie.
Welcome to the Boy Parade pic.twitter.com/oakaVP9aH4— Jack Barakat (@JackBarakat) November 1, 2019