*now playing*


Memphis May Fire Drops Video For Scorching New Single “Paralyzed”

Today, Memphis May Fire has premiered “Paralyzed” via SiriusXM’s Octane alongside the music video available on YouTube. “Paralyzed” stands with those who battle crippling anxiety. The song evokes intense emotions, expressing compassion for the gut-wrenching experience. Letting Memphis May Fire fans know they’re not alone: “We hope to connect with listeners who share this struggle, offering a sense of understanding and solidarity.” Read more: Bloc Party Finds Themselves “Flirting Again” On New Single Serving as one of the heaviest songs in their catalog, the band spares no detail in describing the “vicious cycle” that is anxiety. Discussing desperate attempts to… Read more »


Memphis May Fire Get “Chaotic” In New Song And Accompanying Music Video

A new era of Memphis May Fire is upon us. The band unleashed their brand-new single and accompanying music for “Chaotic.” This marks their first release since 2023’s collab with GARZI, “GrowingUp.” and “Misery” featuring Atreyu. “‘Chaotic’ embodies the visceral urge to stir chaos in our lives as a desperate attempt to drown out the pain of reality,” frontman Matty Mullins explains. “I think I crave chaotic/I don’t taste the pain when I stay neurotic/So why would I want to change,” sings Mullins over trashing guitar tones and ahead of guttural, hard-hitting breakdown. Check out the “Chaotic” music video below.… Read more »


Garzi Is “GrowingUp” With Memphis May Fire’s Matty Mullins On New Track

Realizing that getting older hits hard sometimes, Garzi and Memphis May Fire‘s Matty Mullins get it. Garzi’s new single “GrowingUp” features the Mullins to create an ode to the craziness of maturing while still trying to hold onto adolescence. In tandem, Garzi announced that he has signed to Sumerian Records. The genre-blending artist says the song “is the coming-of-age youth anthem representing the anxiety around responsibility and the inevitable loss of innocence. It touches on the battle of the human mind and human experience while fighting to never let go of nostalgic experiences and values. I know growing up is… Read more »


Capulet Fest To Feature Memphis May Fire, Woe Is Me, & More

Get ready for an unforgettable experience as this year’s Capulet Fest returns to the Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Thompson, CT, promising two days of unparalleled excitement and music. Taking place on July 1 and 2, during the extended Fourth of July weekend, this highly anticipated event is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever before. This year’s two-day event features more than 30 electrifying bands spread across two stages, showcasing a diverse range of metal and rock genres. The lineup is stacked with heavy hitters, including the likes of Memphis May Fire, Norma Jean, and A Skylit… Read more »


Memphis May Fire, We Came As Romans

Patrick Walford is back with a stacked show featuring Matty Mullins and Jake Garland of Memphis May Fire and the vocalists of We Came As Romans, Kyle Pavone and Save Stephens.


Memphis May Fire post new music video

Memphis May Fire have released their music video for “No Ordinary Love”, which comes off of their newest record Unconditional, released today (March 25th) through Rise Records.

We utilize cookie technology to collect data regarding the number of visits a person has made to our site. This data is stored in aggregate form and is in no way singled out in an individual file. This information allows us to know what pages/sites are of interest to our users and what pages/sites may be of less interest. See more