IN THIS MOMENT's 'Beautiful Tragedy' To Be Released On Vinyl For First Time

January 26, 2016

IN THIS MOMENT's 2007 debut album, "Beautiful Tragedy", is being made available for the first time on vinyl via brand new label Wargod.

Under exclusive license from Century Media, the "Beautiful Tragedy" vinyl package includes a heavy duty gatefold jacket and a 16 x 23 poster featuring an exclusive "Beautiful Tragedy"-era photo of vocalist Maria Brink, taken by veteran music photographer Jeremy Saffer.

Now available for pre-order from Wargod's store, the first press is limited to 1000 copies and includes clear vinyl (200),blue in white vinyl (400) and purple splatter (400).

100 bundles are being made available where you can pre-order all three color variations for a discounted price.

Pre-orders are shipping by the end of February, and any remaining copies will be made available for regular order on March 11.

IN THIS MOMENT's fifth album, "Black Widow", sold 36,000 copies in the U.S. during its first week of release to debut at No. 8 on The Billboard 200 chart.

IN THIS MOMENT signed with Atlantic Records in 2013 after completing its contract with Century Media Records.

IN THIS MOMENT guitarist Chris Howorth recently told about the band's plans for a new studio album: "I personally am predicting we're gonna be hitting the studio sometime later in 2016 to hopefully have something out before the end of the year or the beginning of 2017. So touring half the year, writing and recording latter half the year. It's kind of my loose prediction."

Regarding IN THIS MOMENT's need to continue to put out studio albums, Chris said: "You've gotta do it, man. All the bands out there. These days, unless you're METALLICA, you can't wait five-six years between albums; you have to keep product out there, 'cause people will hear it and you'll do the tours, they'll see it live. And the only way to generate more buzz and get that hype going and get that fuel jetting and all the press and people like you wanting to talk to us, we need new topics and new stuff, man, and that's why we've gotta keep pumping it out."


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