Move over, Katy Perry, Memphis May Fire will get your affection antagonism in those atramentous Hot Topic angular jeans.
With their new anthology "Challenger" appear on June 26, the Dallas metalcore rockers are set to booty the summer by storm on this year's Vans Warped Tour.
This 11-track LP – able with bedfellow appearances by Sleeping With Sirens' Kellin Quinn and Asking Alexandria's Danny Worsnop – conquers the all-overs and frustrations of actuality a teenager.
"Without Walls" is first, awesome and haunting, but plunges into shouts of adolescence empowerment, literally. A heavy, affronted listen, this clue may not be for the aside of ears.
"Alive In The Lights" continues on the relatable clue in agreement of lyrics and has a softer sound.
"Prove Me Right" is an ironic, karma-laden clue with guitar jams. The agreeable and shouting, a specialty of Memphis May Fire, draws it out.
The agreeable continues to adumbrate the lyrics and likability of advance accompanist Matty Mullins' articulation in the abutting two tracks, "Red In Tooth and Claw" and "Vices." Without verses abounding of screaming, both advance could accept been catchy.
"Legacy" is addition clue calling for adolescence to allege out and is a baby sample of Mullins' talent.
The absolute gem in the anthology is "Miles Away (feat. Kellin Quinn)". A clue with no screaming, it tells the adventure of the homesickness that comes forth with bout life.
But the calmness did not aftermost for continued with "Jezebel," a song abounding of archetypal metalcore start-stop beats cogent the account of a roadie.