Rock act My Chemical Romance is finishing up work on its next, as-yet-untitled album, due Oct. 24 via Reprise. The set is being recorded at Eldorado Studio in Los Angeles with veteran producer Rob Cav

Rock act My Chemical Romance is finishing up work on its next, as-yet-untitled album, due Oct. 24 via Reprise. The set is being recorded at Eldorado Studio in Los Angeles with veteran producer Rob Cavallo. Tracks were conceptualized in a portable studio on the band's tour bus over the past year.

"We all have records that shaped our childhood and teen years," says bassist Mikey Way. "When you hear a song, it shoots you back to a moment in time. We want this album to do that for people. We want the entire world to be moved."

The upcoming album is the follow-up to My Chemical Romance's 2004 breakthrough, "Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge," which has sold more than 1.4 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

The group is expected to roadtest some new material at a handful of shows in the coming weeks, beginning Saturday (Aug. 5) at San Diego's Street Scene festival. My Chemical Romance will also play Japan's Summer Sonic festival, the U.K.'s Reading and Leeds festivals and two dates in Pennsylvania and New York in early September with Taking Back Sunday.