MEMPHIS MAY FIRE’s Front-man MATTY MULLINS Talks Upcoming Album “Remade In Misery” and Creative Process Behind It: “The Pandemic Silver Lining is That It Allowed for Many Musicians to Be Quiet, Reflect and Hone In Their Craft, Coming Up with Incredible Music”

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Memphis May Fire need no introduction whatsoever. Their genre-defining take on metalcore that has spanned 16 years still has a grip on the metal world, and that grip doesn’t seem to be loosening at all. On June 3rd, the 4-piece will be unleashing their 7th record “Remade In Misery”, crushing any beliefs that the band is ‘going soft’. Diving back into their roots and getting in touch with their younger selves, but with the wisdom of the world they hold now, they have weaponised their instruments to bring forth a masterful collection of tracks that will have just about anyone dancing along or banging their head.

Remade In Misery” has been a body of work that’s slowly been seeping out into the masses. A good number of singles have been released off of the record, whetting listeners’ appetites and providing a generous look into what can be expected of the metalcore group. It’s safe to say that these singles aren’t coming from a ‘heavy’ Memphis May Fire record or a ‘more poppy’ one… they’re coming from the Memphis May Fire record that encompasses the darkness in life, but also the power that is developed from forging a stronger self in that darkness.

Sonic Perspectives writer Josh Muncke and Memphis May Fire front-man Matty Mullins took some time to dive into all things “Remade In Misery“. From guitarist Kellen McGregor producing, mixing and mastering the record himself, to BBQ’s with their mates in Wage War, there was a lot to chat about.

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