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The Dallas metalcore quintet Memphis May Fire’s third studio album boats the band’s best songs to date. The opening cut, “Without Walls,” is less than two minutes, dropping the band outside of its safety zone with conceptual background sounds like church bells. This ushers in a thunderous musical attack as gang vocals chant “This is who we are/These are the roads we’ve paved.” But it’s “Alive in the Lights” that truly sets the tone, with a relentless onslaught of punching rhythms and Matty Mullins yelling a blood-spitting performance against Kellen McGregor’s androgynous backing vocals. It’s easy to understand why the band chose “Prove Me Right” for its first single—it rocks on a catchy riff before Mullins’ singing seeps in, casting a net loaded with barbed melodic hooks. And rather than flip the switch between his beastly shrieks and boyish croons, he segues between the two personalities with unpredictable changes. The second single, “Vices,” puts the core back in metalcore. Asking Alexandria singer Danny Worsnop guests on “Losing Sight,” while Sleeping with Sirens’ frontman Kellin Quinn is featured in “Miles Away.”

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What happened?

I've been following this group since their inception in Texas. Loved their EP with Chase, I wish he could've stayed. Sleepwalking was a bitter disappointment of their potential. Between the lies was like a spark in a dark forrest, just brilliant composition and vocal timing. The Hollow is one the greatest albums I own. Now this, I wanted to like Challenger so much but I just can't get over the lyrical composition, it's painful in some songs where Matty repeats the same word or words in different sentences consecutively. Sounding like poetry an 8th grader came up with and just put in the wrong areas of the songs. I can dig the genre and sounding like the Hollow, but the lyrics lost a lot in this album. Plus if you listen it sound like they spent most of their time working on choruses.

This album is awful



I loved their old album but this one is just WOW! Kellin and Danny were amazing in this album, but Matty was just incredible! Memphis May Fire only gets better and better!!!!!


Genre: Rock

Memphis May Fire hail from Dallas, Texas, having formed in December 2006 when Chase Ryan (vocals), Kellen McGregor (guitar and vocals), Ryan Bentley (guitar), Austin Radford (bass), and Jeremy Grisham (drums) came together to write songs for an EP. Signed to Trustkill early the following year on the strength of said eponymous EP (later reissued by the label), the group immediately began to work on new material for a long-player while honing their very intricate blend of hardcore, metal, and emo on-stage....
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