Memphis May Fire Tickets
There are a lot of bands who have come up in the metalcore music scene, a type of music which blends elements of both traditional metal as well as hardcore styles. Due to the heavy influx of bands, it can be hard for individual bands to set themselves apart from the rest of the crowd. How do you make your sound unique when there are dozens of bands out there making very similar to yours? Memphis May Fire is a band that seems to have cracked the code to set themselves apart. The fact that they have a huge fan base and are one of the biggest names on the scene is a testament to the fact that they’ve made a niche for themselves. Book your Memphis May Fire tickets and watch them live in concert.
If you’re a fan of Memphis May Fire, catch them live in concert by getting yourself some Memphis May Fire tickets. Good bands need to be seen live and Memphis May Fire does not disappoint.
The Origins of Memphis May Fire
Memphis May Fire was formed in Dallas, back in the year 2006. At that time, the band consisted of vocalist Chase Ryan, bassist Austin Radford, guitarist Ryan Bentley, back up vocalist and guitarist Kellen McGregor and drummer Jeremy Grisham. Together, these five individuals were signed to Trustkill Records and began work on writing their first EP. The band decided to merge together elements of metal and hardcore music in their sound in a very intricate way.
According to the president of Trustkill Records, Josh Grabelle, "There is a lot of really exciting, young, dangerous music coming out right now, and Memphis May Fire are the cream of the crop. Not since Bullet for My Valentine's Hand of Blood have we heard a more compelling set of songs for an EP, where absolutely every song is bone-chillingly perfect, and timeless. These guys are on their way to something huge."
When 2009 rolled around, lead singer Chase Ryan was replaced by a new vocalist, Matty Mullins. The drummer, Ryan Dooley, as well as bassist Austin Radford also left the band. They were replaced by Jake Garland and Cory Elder respectively.
At that point, Memphis May Fire started work on their first full length studio album. Their debut album, “Sleepwalking,” was released in July 2009. Memphis May Fire was praised for their bold musical direction, which also incorporated elements of southern rock and swagger. Their explosive single ‘Ghost In The Mirror’ was considered such a hit that it even featured in the Saw VI Soundtrack and DVD/Blu-Ray release.
More Music Is Released
Memphis May Fire continued to write and record new music. In 2010, they released another EP called Between the Lies which featured a different musical style.
In 2011, the band would sign on with a different record label, Rise Records. Their second full length studio album was released in the spring of that year and was called The Hollow. The album debuted at the top of the Billboard's U.S. Heatseekers chart. Hits like ‘The Sinner’ and ‘The Unfaithful’ helped the band reach out to more fans and gain popularity.
They also performed the entirety of the 2012 Vans Warped Tour. The next year, Memphis May Fire released their third album called Challenger. It featured hit singles like ‘Prove Me Right’ and ‘Vices’. To promote this album, the band embarked on a massive tour across North America and Europe.
In 2014, they released their fourth album called Unconditional. A deluxe edition of the album was released the following year.
Part of the reason Memphis May Fire have become so successful in their genre is due to the constant touring. They have toured alongside big names in the scene such as From First to Last, Asking Alexandria, Sleeping With Sirens, and more.
Their latest album, This Light I Hold, was released in the fall of 2016. The first single from the album, also the title track, features Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach.
Memphis May Fire will be heading out on tour to promote their latest material. It is a road trip that will show the world what makes the band so special. Not a lot of bands make the kind of impact they have made in just a decade and that is a testament to their skill and music they. If you’re a fan of the band and you want to see them live, be sure to get yourself a pair of Memphis May Fire tickets today!
Memphis May Fire Tickets Prices
The average price for Memphis May Fire Tickets start from $98. The minimum get in price is $28 for Memphis May Fire Tickets at the Electric Factory, Philadelphia. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|The Devil Wears Prada & Memphis May Fire||Denver||11-Oct-16||$129||$46|
|The Devil Wears Prada & Memphis May Fire||Chicago||13-Oct-16||$147||$40|
|The Devil Wears Prada & Memphis May Fire||Toronto||14-Oct-16||$141||$43|
|The Devil Wears Prada & Memphis May Fire||Cleveland||15-Oct-16||$137||$30|
|The Devil Wears Prada & Memphis May Fire||Pontiac||16-Oct-16||$135||$38|
|The Devil Wears Prada & Memphis May Fire||Philadelphia||18-Oct-16||$98||$28|
|The Devil Wears Prada & Memphis May Fire||New York||19-Oct-16||$128||$46|
|The Devil Wears Prada & Memphis May Fire||Worcester||20-Oct-16||$122||$35|
|The Devil Wears Prada & Memphis May Fire||Raleigh||22-Oct-16||$131||$36|
|The Devil Wears Prada & Memphis May Fire||Atlanta||23-Oct-16||$134||$40|
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