Southern California-based female-fronted metal band IN THIS MOMENT was featured on the March 7 episode of "Talking Metal on Fuse", performing a cover version of PANTERA's "I'm Broken" with hosts Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy. Watch footage of the performance below.IN THIS MOMENT will play a free, Monster Energy-sponsored concert on Saturday, March 15 at Red 7 (Patio Stage) in Austin, Texas (during the South by Southwest music and media conference). The Monster Energy "day party" will take place between 12:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. and will also feature AT ALL COST, among other acts. IN THIS MOMENT kicked off the New Year with its first morning television performance on Fox-25 TV in Boston, Massachusetts. The appearance featured a live, acoustic rendition of the hit Active Rock single "Beautiful Tragedy" and "Legacy of Odio". Click here to check it out.
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