Metalcore band Like Moths to Flames was established by former members of various bands in Dayton, Ohio. In 2010, singer Chris Roetter (formerly of Agraceful and Emarosa) and Aaron Evans (formerly of TerraFirma) began collaborating after their own bands had broken up. The two wasted no time in recruiting fellow band mates, hitting the ground running and releasing their debut EP Sweet Talker in 2011. They made their full-length debut that same year with the release of When We Don’t Exist, which cracked the Billboard charts. Like Moths to Flames have continued their climb to success since first joining forces. They have released an additional three studio albums since 2011, including An Eye for an Eye (2013, their most successful on the charts), The Dying Things We Live For (2015) and Dark Divine (2017). The group has endured several lineup changes since their formation, with Roetter and Evans the remaining the only original members to date.
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