In This Moment's 2012 album 'Blood' has been their most successful to-date, spawning the hit singles 'Blood,' 'Adrenalize' and 'Whore.' Now, the band has announced that a special 2-disc edition of 'Blood' will be released Jan. 21 that also includes their version of the Nine Inch Nails song 'Closer' and the live DVD 'Blood at the Orpheum' (watch the DVD trailer above).

The 100 minute DVD was filmed earlier this year in Madison, Wis., and captures In This Moment's dynamic and theatrical live show, complete with dancers and numerous costume changes from vocalist Maria Brink.

In addition to the concert, 'Blood at the Orpheum' also includes behind the scenes footage and interviews. The special edition will be available in numerous configurations, including CD/DVD, CD/Blu-ray, digital audio and digital video. Pre-orders for the 'Blood' special edition are available here.

In a recent interview with Loudwire, Brink talked about the success of 'Blood.' "Oh my gosh, I’m so grateful. I’ve been waiting for this forever, there’s almost like an excitement and a relief at the same time," Brink says. "For so many years, for so long I’ve been trying to do this and there’s always those moments of desperation. You’re afraid and you’re like, “Is this really not going to happen? This is all I know, this is all I’m passionate about.” I’m this artist and I live it too, I get so consumed and I get so scared."

She continues: "Finally on this album, everything is coming together and exploding. Everything I’ve ever envisioned is happening. It’s crazy, there’s a lot going on, everything is moving really fast but when I can stop and soak it in, it’s really moving. We have a gratitude board on our bus and we all write things we’re grateful for all the time to keep us in that state of mind."

In This Moment embark on the next leg of their Hellpop Tour in January. The trek with Butcher Babies, Devour the Day and All Hail the Yeti kicks off Jan. 3 in Seattle and wraps up in Florida just in time for In This Moment to embark on the ShipRocked cruise.

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