In June, Memphis May Fire unleashed the single "Blood & Water," the band's first new material since 2018's Broken LP, and a serious barn-burner at that, calling back to the groovy metalcore heard on MMF classics like "The Sinner" and "Vices." If "Blood & Water" was the return to form, then the Denton, Texas, group's follow-up is the shape-shifter. Memphis May Fire's newly released "Death Inside" sees the group embracing a previously unheard nu-metal element in the song's almost-rapped verses before kicking into a tried-and-true MMF earworm chorus. Blast it above via its high-octane music video.
"'Death Inside' is a new flavor of MMF," frontman Matty Mullins commented. "The song is about fear of death & the choice to either let it consume you or live life to the fullest. We can't wait to play this one live ... Hope y'all enjoy it!"