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No tour, just rumours

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on January 21, 2018 - 10:50am

DO NOT BELIEVE RUMOURS UNLESS THERE IS EVIDENCE TO PROVE THEY ARE TRUE!

This particular rumour comes from someone spotting something on this website that has been there for years, combined with a couple of uploads onto MCR's YouTube channel which probably doesn't mean anything other than Warner Brothers monetising the rest of their repertoire.

This rumour has gone around so many times and it's unfair that fans get excited. Do other fans a favour and stop spreading it further.

Fact:
- There is concrete evidence to back up the statement (an indisputable picture, a link to the source you heard it from).
- It has been announced from an official source. These include the band member's official twitter accounts or the @MCRofficial twitter, the news section of this website or said by a member of the band in a video.

Fiction:
- The rumour is vague with little or no detail.
- There is no evidence or official sources - just because a magazine harnesses the hype doesn't make them an official source.
- Think about it logically. Where did this information come from? How did that person know? How would one random fan in a million get this inside information without other people hearing about it? And where would they get it from?

Out of respect for the band and other fans, don't spread or comment on rumours, it just further ignites the myth.