Southern California's IN THIS MOMENT has posted the first video blog from the band's recently launched North American tour. The three-minute clip, which was edited by Blake Bunzel, can be viewed below.
As previously reported, IN THIS MOMENT vocalist Maria Brink will be featured — fully clothed — in the March 2009 "rock" issue of Playboy magazine, the group's manager, Rob "Blasko" Nicholson of Mercenary Management, revealed to Possum of Altitude. The issue is expected to hit newsstands on February 13. In addition, IN THIS MOMENT will take part in this summer's Warped Tour, which is scheduled to kick off in late June.
IN THIS MOMENT's massive North American trek alongside MUDVAYNE and NONPOINT will kick off tonight (Tuesday, February 3). This run comes on the heels of the band's most successful year yet, which saw frontwoman Maria Brink landing major cover features in Inked, Revolver and Metal Edge (on stands now) as the group's latest album, "The Dream", sold more than 8,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 70 on The Billboard 200 chart. The CD's first single, "Forever", tore up the Active Rock chart, led by heavy airplay from such tastemaker stations as WCCC (Hartford), KFNK (Seattle), KXTE (Las Vegas), WJJO (Madison) and Sirius' Octane.
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