MySpace has exclusively debuted the new IN THIS MOMENT video, "Prayers", on its music videos page. Click here to check it out. The clip was shot by up-and-coming director Mike Wildt and is the group's first promotional video for their much anticipated debut album, "Beautiful Tragedy", which is set for a March 20 release.
IN THIS MOMENT recently posted a new track, "Daddy's Falling Angel", on their MySpace page, along with the cover art and track listing for "Beautiful Tragedy". The group just kicked off their 2007 touring cycle with a bang, joining KITTIE, WALLS OF JERICHO, DEAD TO FALL and 36 CRAZYFISTS for a massive U.S. tour, which runs through the end of March.
IN THIS MOMENT quickly became one of the most talked-about artists within the Southern California scene due to the intensity of frontwoman Maria Brink and an undying work ethic. Their organic buzz quickly carried over to the band's MySpace page, with over 127,000 friends and more than a million plays. Their invigorating mixture of metal and hard rock is sure to catch the attention of fans of acts ranging from AFI and MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE to BLEEDING THROUGH and ATREYU.
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