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Miss May I

Miss May I is an American metal band from Troy, Ohio. Formed in 2006, the group signed to Rise Records in 2008 and released their debutalbum, Apologies Are for the Weak through the label. The album reached #29 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers, and #66 on Top IndependentAlbums. The band has also had some of their material featured in big named productions, such as how "Forgive and Forget" is featured on theSaw VI Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and their song "Apologies Are for the Weak" is included in the video game Saints Row: The Third.

Similar Bands: Bring Me The Horizon, Of Mice & Men, Forgetting The Memories, We Came As Romans, The Devil Wears Prada

LPs
Rise of the Lion
2014

1.9
140 Votes
At Heart
05/29/2012

2.6
267 Votes
Monument
2010

2.8
496 Votes
Apologies Are for the Weak
2009

3.2
552 Votes
EPs
Demo 2008
2008

3.1
16 Votes
Vows for a Massacre
2007

3.1
21 Votes

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