IN THIS MOMENT's CHRIS HOWORTH Speaks To Chicago's WXAV 88.3 FM (Audio)

November 9, 2013

Maloree Johnson of the WXAV 88.3 FM radio station in Chicago, Illinois recently conducted an interview with guitarist Chris Howorth of Southern California female-fronted metallers IN THIS MOMENT. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.

IN THIS MOMENT has returned to headline status this fall as part of the first-ever Hellpop tour. The trek, which also features MOTIONLESS IN WHITE, KYNG and ALL HAIL THE YETI, kicked off October 24 in Tempe, Arizona and will run through November 27 in Los Angeles, California. The 25-city tour is making stops in Houston, Texas; Orlando, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; and Salt Lake City, Utah, to name a few.

IN THIS MOMENT's fourth album, "Blood", debuted at No. 15 on the Billboard album chart and has sold more than 195,000 copies in the United States since coming out in August 2012.

IN THIS MOMENT professionally filmed its May 21 concert in Madison, Wisconsin for the group's first-ever live DVD. IN THIS MOMENT has partnered up with longtime supporter, radio station WJJO, as part of their Mayday Maylay concert series. The band had a bunch of surprises in store for this show, including rarely played songs from their catalog and an all-new stage show created specifically for this concert.

IN THIS MOMENT's DVD is being directed by Brad Golowin who is known for his work with MISS MAY I and 10 YEARS, to name a few.

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