Watch A Behind-The-Scenes Sneak Peek Of My Chemical Romance's 'Na Na Na' Video

Last week we got a look at some behind-the-scenes photos from My Chemical Romance's "Na Na Na" video, from the group's upcoming Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys album (Nov. 22).

My Chemical Romance's "Na Na Na" video, directed by Roboshobo and Gerard Way, takes place in a dusty desert--perhaps a nod to America's historic Route 66--where something big is bound to happen. And today we've got exclusive behind-the-scenes video footage where we get to see the "Na Na Na" video come to life. The Killjoys are on the loose, wreaking havoc on the desert with ray guns, motorcycles, wheelchairs, child warriors with boom boxes, terrifying masks and a go-go gung ho desire to fight the naysayers using art as a weapon.

True, "Na Na Na"' features guns and blood, but the video seems to be more of a tongue-in-cheek game of cops and robbers on a quest for artistic and creative freedom than a vicious, violent statement.

How will "Na Na Na" end? We'll have to wait until Thursday, Oct. 14, when "Na Na Na" premieres, to find out.

Check out a behind-the-scenes look at My Chemical Romance's "Na Na Na" video before it premieres on at 12.01am EDT on October 14th. And watch the primetime debut on MTV, MTV2, MTVu, MTV Hits, AND MTV Tr3s at 11 p.m that night.