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Memphis May Fire is giving Warped Tour audiences metal with a message


Matty Mullins, lead singer of Memphis May Fire, has had his fill of touring.

I've been touring for ten years, I'd be happy to be done with it.

However, the band's plans don't include saying goodbye to the road just yet. That's because Mullins feels their fans come to their shows looking for something real, looking for hope.

Memphis May Fire has a huge following and its fans are fiercely loyal to the band. Many have decorated their bodies by inking MMF song lyrics on them. Some even go so far as to get tattoos of Mullins' face.

Being able to speak to their fans in such an uplifting and positive way has always been important to them, so no need to panic. Memphis May Fire isn't leaving the stage anytime soon.

The band's last album, "This Light I Hold," was released in October 2016. After first being coy about it, Mulliins confirmed to Circa that after the band's stint on the Vans Warped Tour concludes, the band is definitely going back into the studio to record its next album.

In June, the band released its current single, "Virus."

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