The double single "Basilisk" and "Inherit The Tragedy" released in April are B-sides of the metalcore band from Columbus / Ohio, which can easily keep up with the unbelievable quality of the last outputs of the quartet and serve as a sequel of the 2020 album "No Eternity In Gold"
"Both 'Basilisk' and 'Inherit The Tragedy' are songs that made me torn about whether to cross them off the record, " says frontman Chris Roetter. "Basilisk 'is about the experience of being so rooted in your own problems that you become detached from what is happening around you. I think we all tend to let our struggles become our identities. Inherit the Tragedy "follows the more classic themes that the band has offered in the past. We have never been strangers to writing songs that focus on cutting off the chord of someone who becomes dead weight."
Produced, mixed and mastered by Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland (August Burns Red, Rivers Of Nihil), Like Moths To Flames showed themselves like never before when No Eternity In Gold was released in late 2020. Their fifth studio album is the result of challenged perspectives, realised ideals and learned lessons and shows her trademark: incisive technical ability and uncompromising toughness - underpinned with catchy melodies.
With 63 million streams and a decade of global tours, Like Moths To Flames have long been a fixture on the metalcore scene; now they want to put themselves at the forefront of this scene.
Fans can look forward to the fact that the band will announce new live dates soon!