IN THIS MOMENT Members 'Risk Life, Limb And Instrument' During VANS WARPED TOUR

According to Justin Press of Examiner.com, some of the most memorable moments of IN THIS MOMENT's performances on the recently completed Vans Warped Tour occurred during the final song of the group's set, "Daddy's Falling Angel", when all the bandmembers — including vocalist Maria Brink — went to the center of the floor and had a massive circle pit flowing around them, "totally risking life, limb and instrument." Press writes, "It was a killer moment and I'm not sure how much Monster Energy the band had been gulping down, but they sure had balls to do that! You wouldn't have seen UNDEROATH doing that."

IN THIS MOMENT guitarist Chris Howorth wrote in a recent update from the road, "One of the best things we came up with was to go out into the crowd on the last song and try and get a circle pit going around us, and even better than that....an all-girl circle pit... Turns out Warped Tour is the perfect place to get a huge all-girl circle pit going.....and I gotta say it's a pretty cool feeling to stand in the middle of a bunch of girls who are circle-pitting around you."

Video footage of IN THIS MOMENT's "circle pits" from the Denver, Chicago and St. Louis shows can be viewed below.

The photos below were taken by Justin Press at the Carson, California stop of this summer's Vans Warped Tour.

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