Dallas, Texas-based rockers MEMPHIS MAY FIRE have inked a deal with Rise Records. The band's new album was produced by Cameron Mizell and will be released in April.

About this time last year, the guys in MEMPHIS MAY FIRE were poised and ready to hit the ground running in support of the their new record, "Sleepwalking". They didn't just hit the ground running, they shook every city to pieces with their unique brand of hardcore and rock. Known for their amazing live show, the guys set out with a brand new record and a new passion to convert anyone and everyone along the way; and in doing so, gained the long-deserved respect from their peers and fans alike.

To say "Sleepwalking" was a success was an understatement. It received rave reviews from critic after critic and dispelled any disbelief in a band who had taken time off to regroup. In the following months since "Sleepwalking" debuted, every single fan who was captivated by Matt Mullins' commanding presence on stage became a fan for life.

Reunited with original member Ryan Bentley, MEMPHIS MAY FIRE promises a mind-blowing new EP is on the way. Combining the raw aggression of the self-titled EP, the mature songwriting and powerful messages of "Sleepwalking", and a new passionate heaviness that they're not sure the world is ready for, MEMPHIS MAY FIRE is single handedly set to make 2011 the best year of your life.

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