MEMPHIS MAY FIRE has released its cover version of LINKIN PARK's "Faint". Listen to it below.
"A lot of times, when covering a song, you're doing it for fun or to showcase your skills as an artist," said MEMPHIS MAY FIRE singer Matty Mullins. "But this specific opportunity was a chance for us to honor a band that has had a profound impact on us.
"There will never be another LINKIN PARK and there will never be another Chester Bennington. We are forever grateful for the music they made and we hope this cover will encourage our younger fans to dive into the LINKIN PARK discography and discover the same inspiration that we did years ago."
MEMPHIS MAY FIRE will appear on the inaugural Disrupt festival this summer, which intersects with the weekend Warped Tour dates. The band is also scheduled to appear at Epicenter on May 11 and Spring Fling on May 31.
The band's latest album, "Broken", is out now via Rise Records.
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