Memphis May Fire are beginning to work on new music following the release of their sixth full-length album Broken.

The band's followup to their 2018 release is in the creation process now according to an Instagram post from frontman Matty Mullins.

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Mullins posted a photo of himself from his home studio working away on new material.

The musician also responded to a fan who asked if he was working on solo material or new Memphis May Fire music and he responded by saying he's working on both.

You can see his post below.

 

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Back to work! Les get it 2020!

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Mullins posted just before Christmas saying new Memphis May Fire and solo music were coming in 2020 and it looks like he'll be making good on that promise.

There hasn't been new music from the band since they dropped an emotional cover of Linkin Park’s “Faint” back in the spring. Mullins made a statement about why they chose the track and what the song means to the band.

“A lot of times, when covering a song, you’re doing it for fun or to showcase your skills as an artist,” Mullins said. “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.”

You can listen to the cover below.

Are you excited about Memphis May Fire making their way back into the studio? Let us know in the comments below.

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