HeartSupport is joining forces with bands like Love & Death, Lacey Sturm, We Came As Romans, August Burns Red and Memphis May Fire for one massive, hope-filled livestream for World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10. The livestream will take place on Twitch at 5:00 PM Eastern, and you can RSVP to the event at https://fb.me/e/2pSKYXc2M.
Metalcore mainstay Memphis May Fire has dropped a new single and music video, titled "Bleed Me Dry." The track is the third from the Rise Records band in 2021, following "Blood and Water" and "Death Inside."
Music provides opportunities for impossible dreams to become reality. Enter Memphis May Fire frontman Matty Mullins, as his band announced a tour with Breaking Benjamin and Papa Roach.
"Where Were You" is a song and video about paying attention to the warning signs of suicide before it's too late.
Memphis May Fire lead singer Matty Mullins dropped a new tune called "No Hold on Me."
Eclipse is an album not for the faint of heart as it dives deep on spiritual themes presented with polished, hard and heavy headbangers with a few beautiful ballads mixed in to cut the tension.
Heart Support, the mental health centered organization founded by August Burns Red's Jake Luhrs, hosted a Flourish Gala. The gala's speakers, panelists and attendees including iconic metal musicians like Matty Mullins (Memphis May Fire), Austin Carlile (former Attack Attack and Of Mice & Men), Garrett Russell (Silent Planet) and Ryan Kirby (Fit For A King).
As one of the strongest years for rock in recent memory draws to a close, here are Rock On Purpose we're reflecting on the best 2018 had to offer.
Themes throughout Obscene are directly in line with Amongst the Giant's mission to inspire and give hope, while connecting with people on deeply personal level along the way.
That call to live, no matter the pain (or the healing) it might lead you through, lies at the core of Memphis May Fire's Broken. It asks a question worth considering: do any of us live fully before we've been broken?