Like Moths To Flames are out with the music video to their new single ‘You Won’t Be Missed’, off the Columbus, Ohio metal band’s Rise Records full length debut ‘When We Don’t Exist’, out now. The clip was directed, produced, filmed, edited, & colored by the team of Bradley R. Golowin and Kevin Prose Cross aka Thunder Down Country.
In a joint statement, the band says, “We had the pleasure of shooting the video for ‘You Won’t Be Missed’ with Brad and Kevin at Thunder Down Country. It was a quick in and out shoot, but the guys made it an awesome time. We’re super excited on how they captured the song and we are pumped for everyone to see it.”
Like Moths To Flames are out with their new track ‘GNF’, which appears on the band’s just released album ‘When We Don’t Exist’, which dropped Tuesday (November 8) on Rise Records.
“This was the second song we wrote for ‘When We Don’t Exist’,” explained guitarist, Zach Huston. “We are all fans of heavy music and wanted there to be a very aggressive and pissed off track on the record. This was the result of channeling that aggression. The lyrical content of the song mirrors the overall attitude of the music.”
Listen to ‘GNF’ below.
Columbus, Ohio metal group Like Moths To Flames have revealed the album title and cover art for their Rise Records debut full-length,
‘When We Don’t Exist’. The album was produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Will Putney (For Today, Upon a Burning Body, The Human Abstract) for Machine Shop Productions and will be released on November 8th.
Vocalist Chris Roetter explains the meaning behind the album title and artwork: “Our new album will be titled When We Don’t Exist. The title is meant to convey the idea of not ‘existing’ the way that we have before: Not being yourself anymore, not believing what you used to believe, not feeling how you used to feel. We gave the album title to Daniel Wagner of Design By D-Dub and asked him to portray the dark side of life, showing the troubles that we all face as people & the ghosts that we deal with.”
Columbus, Ohio metal band Like Moths To Flames have been forced to bow out of this fall’s Ignitour, which they were to begin on Friday (September 2). Band members Chris Roetter, Aaron Evans, Zach Huston, and Lance Greenfield have released the following statement:
Due to the departure of our bass player, Aaron Douglas, combined with a delay in the studio completion due to Hurricane Irene, we regret to inform everyone that we will have to drop off the upcoming INGNITOUR with Ice Nine Kills and An Early Ending. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you, but without a solid lineup, we don’t want to disservice our fans in any capacity. We are going to finish up at the studio, head home and prepare for our two upcoming fall tours: Close Your Eyes/The Color Morale tour and then Thrash and Burn. We’re super stoked on how our record is turning out and can’t wait for you guys to hear it. We’re working on a plan to release a few tracks prior to our November 8th release date.
Like Moths To Flames has also announced a change to the lineup in the wake of Douglas’ departure. Eli Ford (ex-My Ticket Home) has joined the band and will take on guitar duties while Aaron Evans will move from guitar to bass.