There was an article posted earlier today at denverpost.com about the music industry looking to release more EPs rather than full length albums. Basically, it seems to be arguing that more singles are sold then albums, therefore consumers are more likely to buy shorter length EPs. My Chemical Romance were briefly mentioned:
Imagine a wonky world where Susan Boyle releases her music via digital-only singles while My Chemical Romance puts out three EPs in place of a full-length record. While U2, Green Day and others of their stature will likely stay strong on the full-length CD train, others — maybe T.I., Kelly Clarkson or the All American Rejects — might resort to releasing shorter records.
The full article can be found over at denverpost.com.