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Hot off the heels of their succesful debut album, “Sleepwalking” (Trustkill 2009), Dallas, TX’s own MEMPHIS MAY FIRE are back with their most powerful and compelling music of their career.  After touring the last year with Alesana, Asking Alexandria, The Chariot, Dance Gavin Dance, and more, the band went in to the studio and created 5 stunning tracks to showcase their new material. The songs are titled:

01. Be Careful What You Wish For
02. Action/Adventure
03. Vaulted Ceilings
04. Deuces Las Cruces
05. Gingervitus

“Between The Lies is one of the most thoroughly electrifying EPs to come out this year.”

Singer and lyricist Matty Mullins checked in and said, “We are so excited to unleash our new EP, “Between the Lies” on eager fans worldwide! This is by far our best work to date, and we’re stoked to have made a record that we love just as much as the fans will. These songs are heavier, more thoughtful, and clearly display the all around natural progression of this band over the past few years. ‘Between the Lies’ is truly a new beginning for Memphis May Fire.”

Memphis May Fire have been featured in Revolver, Alternative Press, Rock Sound, Kerrang!, Big Cheese, and more. Their single “Ghost In The Mirror” appeared on the “Saw VI Soundtrack” (2009) and music video on the “Saw VI” DVD (2010).

All dates with

Destruction Of A Rose, Amarna Reign, Affiance:

12/2 Toledo, OH @ The Omni
12/3 Cleveland, OH @ The Grog Shop
12/4 Jamestown, NY @ The Gateway Center
12/5 Buffalo, NY @ Xtreme Wheels
12/7 Rochester, NY @ The Club At Water Street
12/8 Bronx, NY @ Club Europa
12/9 Albany, NY @ Bogie’s
12/10 Mt. Airy, MD @ Mt. Airy Firehall
12/11 Linthicum, MD @ LHUMC
12/12 Raleigh, NC @ Berkley Cafe
12/13 Johnson City, TN @ Cahootenany’s
12/14 Cookeville, TN @ Amps and Ramps
12/15 Nashville, TN @ The Muse
12/17 Memphis, TN @ The Abbey
12/18 Plano, TX @ Eisenburgs Skatepark
12/19 Fort Worth, TX @ Ridglea Theater (Winter Jamboree 2)
12/20 Joplin, MO @ The Foundry
12/21 St.Louis, MO @ FUBAR
12/22 Indianapolis, IN @ The Emerson Theater

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