5 Songs, 15 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
151 Ratings
151 Ratings


More generic metalcore, hardcore whatever. The demo for "Dead Routine" sounds better than the final master.

Morgan Bones


Chirs Roetter you are an amazing vocalist this is your best work by far!! Please don't leave Like Moths to Flame like you did Emarosa and Agraceful!?


Same Old, Same Old.

They aren't a bad band and i respect them as musicians, but theres a significant lack of creativity throughout this EP...this is basically the generic Metalcore style. If anyone didn't know what metalcore was, this would be a good example of the simple, worn out genre. There are enough bands like this, lets hear something different!

About Like Moths to Flames

Emerging from Dayton, Ohio in 2010, Like Moths to Flames hit the ground running from their inception and haven't had the time to look back. The band came together after singer Chris Roetter (formerly of Agraceful and Emarosa) and bassist Aaron Evans (of TerraFirma) decided to collaborate after their respective bands had broken up. Not wasting any time, the two recruited guitarists Zach Huston and Eli Ford and drummer Lance Greenfield, and by the end of the year the band had signed to Rise Records and released its Sweet Talker EP. In 2011, the band made its full-length debut on Rise with When We Don't Exist, which found the fledgling metalcore outfit breaking onto the Billboard Heatseekers chart with its bludgeoning, breakdown-heavy sound. Recorded with Will Putney at The Machine Shop in Hoboken, New Jersey, An Eye for an Eye dropped in 2013, followed in 2015 by The Dying Things We Live For. In September 2017, Like Moths to Flames issued the single "Nowhere Left to Sink" in anticipation of the release of their fourth studio long-player, Dark Divine, which arrived later that October. ~ Gregory Heaney

Dayton, OH




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