Like Moths To Flames release new single “All That You Lost”
American metalcore giants Like Moths To Flames have announced they have signed to UNFD today, joining artists like Frank Iero, Silverstein, Northlane, Stray From The Path and Dream State. On joining the UNFD family, vocalist Chris Roetter shares:
“After 10 years of LMTF, I feel a huge sense of renewal throughout the band since we signed on to the label. UNFD has done amazing things for our team in a very short amount of time and we are heavily anticipating the future and what’s to come”.
To celebrate this next chapter of the band, Like Moths To Flames have released a brand new single “All That You Lost” harkens back to the legendary band’s earlier releases, full of non-stop guitar riffs, heavy hitting vocals and an uncontainable energy. Roetter shares on the release:
“’All That You Lost’ is about the on-going struggles of being in toxic relationships and finally coming to the conclusion that you’ve had enough. I think it’s important to embrace the things that piss you off… If you can use it as means to grow. Sometimes it’s easier said than done”.
Like Moths To Flames conjure the type of anthems that move crowds and evoke each listener’s deeply rooted passions, as evidenced by the millions of streams accumulated by songs like “Bury Your Pain”,“No King”, “The Worst in Me”,“Wither”, and “You Won’t Be Missed” (which alone accounts for 6 million views on YouTube). Tours with bands like All That Remains, The Devil Wears Prada, and Memphis May Fire cemented their status as a live act worthy of admiration.
Across four albums, Like Moths To Flames have enlisted friends and contemporaries from bands like Silverstein and the Amity Affliction as guests, while trading in massive breakdowns, thrashing riffs, and melodic might, adeptly moving between crushing brutality and soaring catchiness with powerful energy.
With a new label home, upcoming tour dates and new music coming later this year, it seems like this is just the beginning for Like Moths To Flames.
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