Performance CreditsMemphis May Fire Primary Artist
Matt Mullins Vocals,Group Member
Ryan Bentley Guitar,Group Member
Kellen McGregor Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Austin Radford Bass Guitar
Jeremy Grisham Drums,Group Member
Technical CreditsCasey Bates Producer,Engineer
Matt Mullins Composer
Memphis May Fire Composer
Kellen McGregor Composer
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Sleepwalking based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I discovered these guys by accident screwing around on Myspace the other day, but then again...that's how I discover half the bands I check out on average. They had this entire album streaming on there, so I gave it a listen while I was screwing around, and I very much enjoyed it. It's a pretty darn good rock/hardcore album, if you are into that kinda music. I would highly recommend checking into these guys if you are. Looks like I'll have to check out their self titled debut as well and buy some of their music soon. Good stuff! Also, since alot of newer CDs being released are apparently not reviewable/rateable on here, I have a few CDs that I wish to recommend as well. In This Moment: A Star-Crossed Wasteland, Norma Jean: Meridional, and Soilwork: Panic Broadcast. These are some other recent albums I've acquired, but I can't seem to review here on Barnes & Noble. It seems to be happening with alot of newer music and movie releases lately on here, and it's actually rather annoying, because I like sharing my opinion with others about that type of stuff on here. You'd think that Barnes & Noble would want that, so that maybe they could sell more product, but apparently not. Anyway, those are all albums I recommend to you metalheads & hardcore boppers out there as well. Also, if you're into death metal at all, I recommend Impending Doom's new album There Will Be Violence as well. That, too, was another that I was unable to review. It's probably their best album yet! Major face meltage! Good stuff. Check out all those albums!