Metal Injection has posted video footage of the Southern California-based, female-fronted band IN THIS MOMENT performing two new songs at the listening party for its new album, "The Dream", in New York last week. Watch the clips below.IN THIS MOMENT recently filmed the video for "Forever", the first single off "The Dream". Some pictures from the video shoot can be found at this location. "Forever" was directed and shot in Los Angeles, California by David Brodsky (THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, WHITECHAPEL, OPIATE FOR THE MASSES) of MyGoodEye. The song is available for streaming on the IN THIS MOMENT MySpace page. "The Dream" was recorded at a Las Vegas studio with producer Kevin Churko (OZZY OSBOURNE, SHANIA TWAIN) and "showcases the band's songwriting prowess and [singer Maria] Brink's beautiful, angelic voice that is simply captivating," according to a press release. IN THIS MOMENT is represented by Mercenary Management, which is headed up by OZZY OSBOURNE/ex-ROB ZOMBIE bassist Rob "Blasko" Nicholson.
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