In 2004, Moore contacted Matt Good of From First to Last about playing guitar for the band on their debut album. After flying out to Georgia, Moore was heard singing by three studio producers, Derrick Thomas, Eric Dale, and McHale Butler, and was then made lead singer, with Good taking part in guitar. In June 2004, Epitaph Records released the band’s first full-length report with their new bandmate, Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count. After performing on a number of successful tours, two being the Vans Warped Tour and Dead by Dawn tour, they started recording their second album, Heroine with producer Ross Robinson. With high document gross sales once again, the band discovered themselves part of many profitable excursions, until Moore started struggling vocal issues, causing the band to resign from a number of excursions. This position is among the most intimate for anal sex—and when paired with a pillow to raise up your hips, one of the gratifying, says Sinclair.