11 Songs, 43 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
703 Ratings
703 Ratings
Impact Survivor ,


This album is the best album ever and it is a real testimony to everyone who hears this, Jesus is really working in the album!

StayDevin ,

Real fans.

I will always support this band!! The first single was just too good..and it may sound like a few songs from challenger, but hey..that album was pure gold! High hopes!

Bringbacktheheadbang1613 ,

I feel like I'm at a church...

Don't get me wrong, MMF has some good songs but, I just can't relate one bit. I'm not the slightest bit religious and I feel as if I'm listening to gospel music... It's not something I listen to. Everyone is entitled to their opinions and beliefs and to spread them as they please; this is just mine.

About Memphis May Fire

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. In 2009, the band parted ways with Ryan, who was replaced by vocalist Matty Mullins. Later that year, the band made their full-length debut, and first album with Mullins, Sleepwalking. In 2011, the band signed on with Rise Records, where they released their sophomore effort, The Hollow, which saw the band launched to the top of Billboard's U.S. Heatseekers chart. A third album, Challenger, arrived on the Rise label the following year, and featured the hard-charging singles "Prove Me Right" and "Vices." Arriving in 2014, Unconditional debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 and number one on the Billboard Alternative Albums chart, and 2016's This Light I Hold, their fifth studio long-player, featured guest appearances by Papa Roach's Jacoby Shaddix and American Heart's Larry Soliman. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia




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