With their latest disc ‘Blood’ out almost a year now, In This Moment aren’t showing any signs of slowing down any time soon. The band will be joining the likes of Shinedown and Papa Roach for the 2013 Carnival of Madness tour run and now In This Moment have revealed they will be headlining the Hellpop tour this fall.
In This Moment singer Maria Brink has become one of modern metal's most popular females. It's easy to see why Brink is beloved just by looking at her, but to In This Moment fans, Brink is much more than just a stunning beauty.
In a new video clip, seen above, In This Moment take their fans on a behind the scenes look at the filming of their latest video ‘Adrenalize.’ The music video itself premiered back in April, and the song marks the second single from In This Moment's highly successful 2012 album ‘Blood' (available at iTunes).
Last week, Carnival of Madness revealed the arsenal of rock bands that will head up their 2013 trek including Shinedown, Papa Roach, Skillet, In This Moment and We as Human. Now, the first leg of dates and locations have been unveiled. Shinedown kicked off the inaugural run of Carnival of Madness back in 2010 and according to frontman Brent Smith are returning this year to reinvent the brand.
At this weekend's Rock on the Range festival, Device's David Draiman brought up a special guest to sing 'Close My Eyes Forever.' He was joined by Maria Brink of In This Moment to sing the duet from Device's self-titled debut album (watch video above).
In This Moment are going as strong as ever, as their 'Blood' album continues to catapult their music career to new heights. No more was this more obvious than at the recent Revolver Golden Gods awards ceremony, where the band was nominated in multiple categories.
In This Moment shows are something special, but if you happen to be in Madison, Wis., later this month, the performance may be a little more spectacular than usual. That's because the band is shooting their first-ever concert DVD that night.
Brian 'Head' Welch, frontman for Love & Death and guitarist for Korn, contributes a regular column to Loudwire called 'HeAd's KoRner.' Following news that Head has reunited with Korn for a series of tour
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