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Memphis May Fire Reveal Album Title and Cover Art for New Album;

Challenger Due Out June 26 on Rise Records

Catch Them on Vans Warped Tour All Summer Long

Dallas, TX’s Memphis May Fire return this summer with Challenger, the hard-charging follow up to the band’s acclaimed Rise Records debut, The Hollow, which landed at #1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart and at #109 on the Top 200 back in April 2011.

Memphis May Fire have consistently pushed the envelope to redefine both themselves and the various sub-genres they’ve made their mark within. Challenger, (co-produced by Cameron Mizell and lead guitarist/songwriter Kellen McGregor) once again finds the band growing by leaps and bounds, with no sign of slowing down.

“’Challenger’ is a crystal clear representation of our growth as a band. It’s heavier than anything we’ve done before & packed full of the most honest & transparent lyrics I’ve ever written. Our guitarist Kellen McGregor worked side by side with Cameron Mizell for engineering & production on our last record & the response was amazing so it was a no brainer for us to go back to the same formula for this one. It turned out better than we had ever imagined. We’re making a huge statement this time around,” says front man Matty Mullins.

Challenger will be released on June 26.

Catch Memphis May Fire (with new guitarist Anthony Sepe) on the entire Vans Warped Tour this summer.

Check out the band’s most recent in studio update here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRWtEg_4jq4.

Memphis May Fire is:

Vocals: Matty Mullins

Guitar: Kellen McGregor

Drums: Jake Garland

Guitar: Anthony Sepe

Bass: Cory Elder

www.facebook.com/MemphisMayFire

www.riserecords.com

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