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Like Moths To Flames Announce Album ‘THE CYCLES OF TRYING TO COPE,’ Release New Track

Like Moths To Flames has announced their new album, THE CYCLES OF TRYING TO COPE, via UNFD. It comes out on May 10, and the third single from the upcoming LP, “Kintsugi,” released today, taps into a melodic metalcore vibe paired with a black-and-white music video. They’ve previously released two other tracks, and the band says each song relates to a coping “cycle.” The intro starts heavy with guitars and goes into clean vocals from frontman Chris Roetter. He belts screams while building up into the verse. The lyrics, “When it breaks/What piece am I left with?” break down the… Read more »


Like Moths To Flames Release Two New Tracks

Metal act Like Moths To Flames has set fire to the scene with two new singles via UNFD. The tracks, “Paradigm Trigger” and “Angels Weep,” are the group’s first releases of 2024. The duo songs stick to their classic, heavy sound. Vocalist Chris Roetter explains that “Paradigm Trigger” is about a terrifying sensation when we’re the most vulnerable while in bed and “stuck in a levitate[d] state of sleep paralysis. Including a lot of feelings of anxiety, it’s meant to represent the feeling of being stuck.” That theme is translated in the song with a spooky, spider-like guitar effect while… Read more »


Interview: Benn Suede of Crown The Empire

Crown The Empire have come a long way in a short time. Touring with acts like Pierce The Veil, Motionless In White, and Like Moths To Flames, it’s no surprise the young band from Dallas has risen through the ranks. idobi writer Alex Rudisill was able to catch up with guitarist and founding member Benn Suede at the Philadelphia date of their current tour on the inner workings of the band and what lies ahead.

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