New Memphis May Fire Video
2013-03-28 by merpmerp | 23 Comments
Risecore band Memphis May Fire have released a music video for their song "Vices", off their most recent album, "Challenger". The video can be found on Rise Records' official Youtube channel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_yCTsL3pOU&feature=youtu.be
Tagged: Memphis May Fire

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Duckman118
March 28th 2013
337 Comments


That was great. Awesome video and even better song. MMF might be the only good Rise band.

sixdegrees
March 28th 2013
17906 Comments


cbf to watch this, album was bad

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nononsense
March 28th 2013
3434 Comments


Yeah Challenger was awful. This song is aight.

Calc
March 28th 2013
12442 Comments


awful album, meh song, shitty generic video

joshieboy12345
March 28th 2013
5377 Comments


Ehhh.

jackalope11
March 28th 2013
330 Comments


This band uses so many generic elements in all the right ways

bloc
March 28th 2013
35086 Comments


Good song

titlefightmeirl
March 29th 2013
659 Comments


"MMF might be the only good Rise band"

lol

titlefightmeirl
March 29th 2013
659 Comments


Anyways, I didn't think Challenger was so bad. It was definitely a safe release, nothing new as far as metalcore goes, but it's catchy. Cool song. Lame video.

lucasjcockcroft
March 29th 2013
3717 Comments


"MMF might be the only good Rise band"

are you a fucking idiot?

KenboSlice
March 29th 2013
1080 Comments


This album was crap.

FromDaHood
Contributing Reviewer
March 29th 2013
9079 Comments


Glad they picked one of the 5 or so interesting songs they've made since their EP

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immortalizepain
March 29th 2013
387 Comments


Sick song, for a generic band they sound great.

SadAndHolyGlow
March 29th 2013
1554 Comments


Really? You had to say "Risecore"? Oh, dear....

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PumpBoffBag
March 29th 2013
331 Comments


Video's a little generic but I actually think the song is fair decent

HomerPimpson
March 29th 2013
251 Comments


That was great. Awesome video and even better song. MMF might be the only good Rise band.

Rise has Misser. gtfo

NorwichScene
March 29th 2013
1538 Comments


Good stuff

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Azn.
March 29th 2013
5618 Comments


gross. band has degenerated into shit

henryChinaski
March 29th 2013
2870 Comments


^ this.

Duckman118
March 29th 2013
337 Comments


"Rise has Misser. gtfo"
Oh i'm sorry i don't know every fucking Rise band there is you elitist fuck.

I love how when the album released everyone on this site were loving the shit out of these guys, but now they are bad. You people are sheep.

moshpotatoes
March 29th 2013
618 Comments


Welcome to Sputnik.

CutMan
March 29th 2013
1807 Comments


Yeah, hivemind is a real problem around here.

ZippaThaRippa
March 29th 2013
2446 Comments


How did they get so boring so damn quickly?



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