IN THIS MOMENT Guitarist Is 'Fired Up' About Touring With MUDVAYNE

Southern California-based, female-fronted rock outfit IN THIS MOMENT is preparing to embark on a massive North American trek alongside MUDVAYNE and NONPOINT beginning 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.

Commented guitarist Chris Howorth: "It's 2009 and we are fired up! There is no better way to start the year than with a two-month tour alongside MUDVAYNE. We are really looking forward to making new friends with the other bands and ripping it up on stage every night. I really think this tour will open us up to a new group of people who have never heard of us before. MUDVAYNE is a huge band and it's really cool they are sharing their fans with us, and, of course, we are excited to see our diehard fans again too. It's gonna be a blast, so come out to a show and join the party. I couldn't be happier about all the great things that came our way last year. We are living proof that if you believe in it and work for it, anything you dream can become real! See you on the road."

IN THIS MOMENT recently stopped by the Funky Monkey 104.9 studios in Seattle on Justin's radio show to perform acoustic versions of a couple of songs. Watch the performance in two parts below.

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