Combining deathcore, metalcore and post hardcore,
In Dying Arms prides itself on making music that is soothing yet
devastating at the same time. Taking influences from Slipknot and even the
older Suicide Silence, IDA has perfected a sound all their own. They could
best be compared to a hurricane, often leaving the listener guessing where
it will go next.

Orion Stephens (vocals) founded the band with fellow high school
friends and has been active in building it ever since. Terence Bright
(bass) and Alvin Richardson (drums) had worked musically with Stephens’
before IDA was formed and were eager to continue to create great music
together. Christian Becker (guitar/vocals) and Noah Williamson (guitar/vocals) were
brought in to round out the current lineup.

With an impressive resume thus far, In Dying Arms plans to continue
along the strong path that they’ve built both recording and touring.
They’re definitely no stranger to the recording studio and have put out
numerous albums and an EP. “This Is Retaliation EP” (2009) which was
produced by Marc Neito of Kandid Productions and was followed up by their
album “Deprivation” (2010) which was produced/engineered by Brian Bond and
drums were tracked by Neito. In 2011, In Dying Arms put out their self
titled album and brought in Toby Valmas to track the album and Zakk Cervini
(5 Seconds of Summer, All Time Low, Sleeping with Sirens) to mix/master. In
2012, the band worked with Producer Stephan Hawkes (I Declare War, Defeat
The Low, Hearts & Hands) of Interlace Audio to release “Boundaries”. Most
recently they enlisted Andreas Magnusson (The Black Dahlia Murder, Born of
Osiris, Despised Icon) to produce their latest album.

In Dying Arms has toured extensively and relentlessly. They’ve spent
time on the road with bands like Attila, Crown The Empire, Fit For A King,
Volumes, Counterparts, My Ticket Home, Sirens & Sailors and numerous other

During their career, they have been a part of the rosters
of both Artery Recordings and Matchless Records, in 2015 the band caught the eye of
Tragic Hero Records and felt they were the perfect fit. “We decided to
partner with Tragic Hero because we’ve recognized how they treat their
bands. The label actually cares about each and every single one of them,
which is rare to see in this day and age” Stephens explained.