On November 4, 2009, Gabe Wilkinson of Critical Mass, an entertainment blog on KWWL.com (Iowa's news Channel 7), conducted an interview with Maria Brink (vocals) of California's IN THIS MOMENT. The chat can be heard in two parts below.Released on June 30, IN THIS MOMENT's latest CD, "The Dream (Ultra-Violet Edition)", includes a bonus disc which features "Dying Star" and "Sailing Away", which are two unreleased studio tracks from "The Dream" recording session. It is rounded out by the "Forever" radio edit and "Call Me" instrumental version, alongside a slew of bonus video material. IN THIS MOMENT kicked off 2009 with a bang embarking on a massive North American trek alongside MUDVAYNE and NONPOINT. The MUDVAYNE run came on the heels of the band's most successful year yet which saw Brink landing major cover features in Inked, Revolver and Metal Edge as "The Dream" debuted at No. 70 on The Billboard 200 chart, marking the group's first Billboard entry. Part 1:
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