The riffs are taut, the fuzz is well and truly brought, and it’s a hell …
U.S. metalcore act Like Moths To Flames have dropped The visualiser for new single I Found The Dark Side of Heaven.
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The song is like a battering ram from start to finish, with gritty guitars, squealing riffs, and guttural screams anchoring the song’s self-reflective concept.
“Over the last few years, a lot of us have felt like shells of our former selves,” says Chris Roetter. “This is for the people who feel like they’ve been pushed so far away that no one sees them. I think it’s easy to feel forgotten about and like you didn’t matter. Some of my darkest days were an abyss that was never ending. When it’s difficult to find anything to pull you out, sometimes you just have to accept that you’re stuck.”
I Found the Dark Side of Heaven follows last month’s Predestination Paradox.
The two tracks marks the first new music from the band since the 2021-released EP, Pure Like Porcelain.
LMTF just wrapped up time in the studio, where they were working on new material with Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland.
The band will embark on a North American tour with Currents next week, and will also support Void Of Vision for their Das Ende Australian tour in August, alongside fellow American heavies Varials and Thailand-based metalcore outfit Annalynn.