LIKE MOTHS TO FLAMES release double-single ‘Paradigm Trigger’ and ‘Angels Weep’

LIKE MOTHS TO FLAMES release double-single ‘Paradigm Trigger’ and ‘Angels Weep’

US metalcore giants Like Moths To Flames have released a new double-single, Paradigm Trigger’ and ‘Angels Weep’. It’s the first new music from the band since last year’s, I Found The Dark Side of Heaven’.

‘Paradigm Trigger’ is, quite possibly, the most vicious the band has ever sounded.

“This song is about being stuck in a levitative state of sleep paralysis,” says singer Chris Roetter. “Including a lot of feelings of anxiety, it’s meant to represent the feeling of being stuck. Desperately wanting to run from everything you’re falling into but somehow you always end up back in the same place.”

LIKE MOTHS TO FLAMES – ‘Paradigm Trigger’ (Official Visualiser)

As ferocious as its counterpart, ‘Angels Weep’ goes from zero to sixty right away, staying at the pace until the haunting, ominous fadeout.

“The track tells the story of a man who finds himself a place in a dense dark forest,” Roetter offers. “Something about it resembles heaven, but more or less has become a place where God and angels collectively go to die — a place that’s desolate and empty, hopeless and lacks any promise of getting better.”

LIKE MOTHS TO FLAMES – ‘Angels Weep’ (Official Visualiser)