Dallas, Texas metalcore band MEMPHIS MAY FIRE will release its new album, "Broken", on November 16 via Rise Records. The disc's first single, "The Old Me", can be streamed below.
"'The Old Me' is about my struggle with anxiety and depression," said singer Matty Mullins about the intensely personal song. "What feels like a war between good and evil, loathing the person I become mentally when it consumes me, and trying to remember what life was like before I lived with the symptoms. Ultimately hoping to one day become that person — 'The Old Me' — again."
"Broken" track listing:
01. The Old Me 02. Watch Out 03. Sell My Soul 04. Who I Am 05. Heavy Is The Weight 06. Over It 07. Fool 08. Mark My Words 09. You And Me 10. Live Another Day
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MEMPHIS MAY FIRE will hit the road this fall, touring with ATREYU and ICE NINE KILLS.
Guitarist Anthony Sepe exited MEMPHIS MAY FIRE in early 2017 after a five-year stint with the band.
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