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Miss May I Stream New Album ‘At Heart’

Written by Mike Hohnen on June 12, 2012

Ohio’s Miss May I have returned with an absolute knockout of a third album At Heart. The older brother to their sophomore release Monuments has seen the band nail their thrashy metalcore vibe, which first pricked up ears after their debut Apologies Are For the Weak, which sold a massive 25,000 copies in its first year.

At Heart has been unleashed for streaming via the band’s YouTube, and while the album has hit the shelves in the States today, Aussie fans will have to wait until June 15 to purchase (through Rise Records). The band has only played our stages once during the Mix and Mash tour a couple of years back with Parkway Drive and You Me At Six.

The first sneak peak came in the form of Hey Mister, which was handed down for fans to sink their fangs into earlier this month. The track was a perfect ambassador for the album, which seems to be more focused than Monument but with the same crazy fast picking and non-stop double kick with 4 million+ break downs.

Check out the stream below. Whilst points of difference between the other releases are subtle, when you’re onto a good thing, why stop? Also, don’t be surprised if you see these guys on the Soundwave 2013 Lineup.

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