IN THIS MOMENT Speaks To SIGHT OF SOUND Magazine (Video)

January 15, 2014

Matt Christine of Sight Of Sound magazine conducted an interview with Southern California's IN THIS MOMENT on November 8, 2013 at Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. You can now watch the chat below.

IN THIS MOMENT has posted a live video online for the song "Beautiful Tragedy", taken from the "Blood At The Orpheum" concert DVD that is included as a bonus on the upcoming special edition of the band's latest album, "Blood". The reissue comes out next Tuesday (January 21) and also includes a cover version of the NINE INCH NAILS track "Closer".

IN THIS MOMENT has a highly theatrical stage show these days but singer Maria Brink told The Pulse Of Radio it's about more than just visuals. "This theatrical show that we put on, I really want people to feel things not only when they hear us, but when they see us now," she said. "When they see different performing arts things happening and expression onstage, I want them to feel it as well."

The special edition of "Blood" will be available in numerous configurations, including CD/DVD, CD/Blu-ray, digital audio and digital video.

The live DVD contains a full 100-minute concert shot in Madison, Wisconsin in May 2013, behind-the-scenes footage and interviews.

"Blood", the band's fourth album, debuted at No. 15 on the Billboard album chart in 2012. The title track was the group's first-ever Top 10 rock radio hit.

IN THIS MOMENT's current single, "Whore", is currently No. 18 on the Active Rock radio chart.

The group is currently on the second leg of its Hellpop tour, which stops on Wednesday (January 15) in Pittsburgh.


"Beautiful Tragedy" performance clip:

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