Memphis May Fire New Album

2014-01-26 by BillClinton | 41 Comments
Memphis May Fire have just released the last of three studio updates for their new album, "Unconditional".

At the end of the video they announce that the album will release in store and online March 25 throughout the US.

It will be released on March 24th in the UK and on the 21st in Europe.

Pre-orders will be available soon.

Check out the video at the link below

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfodHDQcKQU&feature=youtu.be

Tagged: Memphis May Fire

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Calc
Contributing Reviewer
January 26th 2014
15680 Comments


I'm already shaking my head for what could/should have been...

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ShitsofRain
January 26th 2014
7965 Comments


unconditional love

nathantownsend95
January 26th 2014
27 Comments


this is gonna be freaking amazing

oskrr1
January 26th 2014
28 Comments


Challenger wasn't bad, but I have a feeling this album is gonna sound exactly the same, perhaps too much. But we'll see.

ShitsofRain
January 26th 2014
7965 Comments


don't lose hope

Duckman118
January 26th 2014
379 Comments


Can't wait. Love these dudes.

silentstar
January 26th 2014
2494 Comments


band was only relevant when they released The Hollow

MegaJake1024
January 26th 2014
827 Comments


Should be good, probably not amazing though. Challenger was okay; the Hollow was great. Clip at the end sounded sick.

Mabbitt
January 26th 2014
1559 Comments


These guys sounded pretty generic when I was walking by their set at warped.

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KenboSlice
January 26th 2014
1354 Comments


They need to go back to their Sleepwalking sound.

Azn.
January 26th 2014
5632 Comments


meh

the moneymaking machine continues

Devastator
January 26th 2014
3370 Comments


Will be okay.

Winsomniac
January 26th 2014
8425 Comments


Sleepwalking was their best.

oldsoul
January 26th 2014
258 Comments


I didn't like Challenger at all, I'd be happy if it were on par with The Hollow or Sleepwalking.

BillClinton
January 26th 2014
155 Comments


I personally think the original e.p. with Chase Ryan on vocals instead of Matty was the best. Check it out if you haven't. It showed such promise in which this band has never lived up to. Still, they are a top tier band in their genre.

TylerLamberg
January 26th 2014
220 Comments


This band blows.

Italianjesusfootball
January 26th 2014
288 Comments


Go back to the Sleepwalking sound and then i'll care.

TylerLamberg
January 26th 2014
220 Comments


The Hollow and their first EP are decent, that's about it.

TylerLamberg
January 26th 2014
220 Comments


Oh, and Sleepwalking was okay

joshuahuntkc
January 26th 2014
1862 Comments


This band is really generic but they've got some damn good melodies though most of the lyrics are laughable.

skoopy48
January 26th 2014
1865 Comments


I do not like the sound of this mature, theatrical shit they're talking about.

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yourmindsdecide
January 26th 2014
59 Comments


Matty Mullins is the voice of a generationnnnnnnn

moshpotatoes
January 26th 2014
712 Comments


I always thought it would be best if they called it quits after Challenger but it sounds like this album is gonna have a lot of heart, I couldn't be more excited.

titanslayer
January 26th 2014
2713 Comments


I'm not expecting much from this

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
January 26th 2014
30606 Comments


is this the band with brittany mullins husband

ChuckyTruant
January 26th 2014
15763 Comments


I don't think it will top The Hollow

guizpom
January 26th 2014
46 Comments


sounds generic af
liked some of their hooks tho

Fieryfenderz
January 26th 2014
1863 Comments


shit band

Shimana
January 26th 2014
545 Comments


They need to go back to their Sleepwalking sound. [2]

Hospital
January 26th 2014
2100 Comments


I SWEAR IM NOT BITTER I JUST SEE THEM FOR WHAT THEY ARE
MONEY
HUNGRY
COWARDS

Azn.
January 26th 2014
5632 Comments


lol

J0ckstrapsFTW
January 26th 2014
3685 Comments


ehhhhhhh not expecting much


BillClinton
January 27th 2014
155 Comments


@theacademy
Yes it is.

MrMatt767
January 27th 2014
544 Comments


I'm not going to like this

sspedding
January 27th 2014
5161 Comments


this will probably be decent

Impervious
January 27th 2014
1213 Comments


I loved The Challenger and The Hollow. Can't wait for this.

ericu03
January 27th 2014
186 Comments


Decent, probably will wait for this.

Bengweeen
January 27th 2014
147 Comments


The Hollow and Challenger sounded nearly identical. I'm really hoping they change something up this time.

TomAkaVeto
January 27th 2014
1932 Comments


"is this the band with brittany mullins husband"
Yeah, why? I've never heard of her, but a quick google search indicated that she is married to Matty. Is she more famous than him or something?

ProjectFreak
January 27th 2014
1927 Comments


if this is anything like Challenger, it will be terrible

T5Cx
January 27th 2014
155 Comments


Probs 2/5



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