New Memphis May Fire Song

2014-02-06 by merpmerp | 51 Comments
Metalcore band Memphis May Fire have just released the first single off of their new album 'Unconditional' set to be released on March 25th. The song, titled "No Ordinary Love", can be heard with the link below.
http://youtu.be/_1HIegAANIk

Tagged: Memphis May Fire

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omik1116
February 6th 2014
523 Comments


It's decent

Mort.
February 6th 2014
6004 Comments


4.7/10

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Italianjesusfootball
February 6th 2014
288 Comments


wow, I thought this was going to be shit. I was completely correct.

snowbbird
February 6th 2014
213 Comments


Not terrible, but I really don't like the guitar tones and the clean vocals are really nasally and something I've never really enjoyed about these guys. Gonna pass on this.

snowbbird
February 6th 2014
213 Comments


And super generic "inspirational" metalcore lyrics cliche as well.

DANcore
February 6th 2014
249 Comments


Ooh that was yucky. Pretty disappointing

Derek521
February 6th 2014
82 Comments


It's okay.

rapedbyelephants
February 6th 2014
294 Comments


cool more generic breakdown core

Antigen
February 6th 2014
35 Comments


Still a better christian metalcore band than For Today

Fantas
February 6th 2014
66 Comments


Horrible lyric video, could have been ripped straight off of challenger (or probably made by taking parts of each song)

DreamAgain
February 6th 2014
311 Comments


wow this sounds literall ylike the album lol

Calc
February 6th 2014
12818 Comments


i wonder what goes through the heads of people as they release the same album over and over. I refuse to believe they can't hear how samey it all sounds.

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MegaJake1024
February 6th 2014
803 Comments


Vocals are pretty good. Instrumentals pretty lame as usual. if this band decided they wanted to actually write some riffs instead of shitty breakdowns all the time, I'd like them a lot.

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MisguidedYouth
February 6th 2014
163 Comments


i can't hear anything but china, pedals, and his vocals.

joshieboy12345
February 6th 2014
5377 Comments


TENEESEEE

bloc
February 6th 2014
35420 Comments


All I hear is the bass drum

xpaincakex
February 6th 2014
192 Comments


Everything after the Hollow has been generic "clean-harsh-clean-harsh-synth-breakdown-clean, etc".....
These guys actually were unique at one point but now they are Rise Records poster-band. Song is from
Challenger 2.0 apparently. I cry.

weedblunt
February 6th 2014
558 Comments


wow, I thought this was going to be shit. I was completely correct. [2]

TooLateToGoBack
February 6th 2014
1835 Comments


All I hear is the bass drum [2]

seriously, what the fuck is up with that production

Mabbitt
February 6th 2014
1395 Comments


lol go away

titanslayer
February 6th 2014
2598 Comments


This is painfully average

Durrzo
February 6th 2014
1196 Comments


So boring, solid vocals, but everything else is bad, including the lyrics.

Bengweeen
February 6th 2014
129 Comments


xpaincakex, I think you mean The Hollow 3.0

Bengweeen
February 6th 2014
129 Comments


seriously though, if they switched producers they would sound much better and more fresh. I'm just sick of this same sound over and over again…it's like they can't break out of this little box they've created.

And the bass kick sounds like a transformer tapdancing.

tacos N stuff
February 7th 2014
479 Comments


ew

titlefightmeirl
February 7th 2014
659 Comments


Wait a band signed to rise is unoriginal ?? Wow weird would of never guessed

henryChinaski
February 7th 2014
3165 Comments


boring

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chug73
February 7th 2014
1332 Comments


Guitars sound so digital and there is so much drum in the mix.
Challenger pt.2 which was a better version of the one before it.
Band needs to switch it up.

KenboSlice
February 7th 2014
1108 Comments


I've said this before, they need to go back to their Sleepwalking sound.

TheMetalLifer
February 7th 2014
51 Comments


Just sounds like Challenger again, man this is getting old. Really wish they could go back to their old sound like The Hollow it was much better in my opinion than these new albums.

adr
February 7th 2014
6479 Comments


meh, song is painfully boring and i like "Challenger". That album was great,hope the rest of this album is better.

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MrMatt767
February 7th 2014
408 Comments


lyrics are just so unbelievably similar to those on challenger.

tresm87
February 7th 2014
2606 Comments


sleepwalking will always be best but this isnt that bad

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JohnFire
February 7th 2014
299 Comments


"Everything after the Hollow has been generic "clean-harsh-clean-harsh-synth-breakdown-clean, etc".....
These guys actually were unique at one point but now they are Rise Records poster-band. Song is from
Challenger 2.0 apparently."

This.

Azn.
February 7th 2014
5618 Comments


yeah, fuck this band

kukifnasty1717
February 7th 2014
50 Comments


I used to really like these guys. Their first EP and LP are their best work. The Hollow was also pretty good. Challenger just showed the direction they were heading and it's this crap.

ScarlettPimpernail
February 7th 2014
261 Comments


........zzzzzzzz.....

SteveRogers
February 7th 2014
190 Comments


What happened to these guys? *shakes fist at sky*

TomAkaVeto
February 7th 2014
1746 Comments


"And the bass kick sounds like a transformer tapdancing."

Hahahaha

Impervious
February 7th 2014
468 Comments


Song was ok. Sounds like Memphis but nothing impressive. Maybe it will grow with the album?

KSK1
February 7th 2014
4099 Comments


Oh cool. It's a cover of one of their other songs.

absolutebeauty91
February 7th 2014
7 Comments


miss when they were southern hardcore

DreamAgain
February 7th 2014
311 Comments


y no news article on the new of machines song xD

moshpotatoes
February 7th 2014
712 Comments


The song is better when you don't look at the terrible artwork.

Sauce
February 8th 2014
737 Comments


vocals are stronger but those lyrics are still generic shit.

Omeggia
February 8th 2014
138 Comments


Good vocals, everything else makes me yawn violently. Also yeah even if the guitars aren't doing much they shouldn't be that dead in the mix.

MuhNamesTyler
February 8th 2014
5135 Comments


"Yawn violently"

I want to see this

xpaincakex
February 9th 2014
192 Comments


"And the bass kick sounds like a transformer tapdancing."


lmao perfect imagery.

Impervious
February 10th 2014
468 Comments


"Yawn violently"

I want to see this [2]

ilbron
February 10th 2014
34 Comments


Why does Rise fuck with every fucking band they have? The Hollow was brilliant, and now this shit?

ASnideReturns
February 18th 2014
5668 Comments


The riff starting at 1:05 is pretty cool.

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