Video Premiere: IN THIS MOMENT's 'The Fighter'

Video Premiere: IN THIS MOMENT's 'The Fighter'

"The Fighter", the new video from IN THIS MOMENT, can be seen below. The clip was directed by Jeremy Saffer and IN THIS MOMENT frontwoman Maria Brink. The song is taken from the band's fifth album, "Black Widow", which came out in November 2014.

Said Brink about the video: "I'm really excited for everyone to see 'The Fighter' music video. I decided to do a stripped down, intimate video to go with the nature and the meaning of the song. I wanted to show everybody a more vulnerable side of myself and take out all the bells and whistles."

She continued: "This song is about rising to our fullest power and overcoming tragedy. I hope everybody enjoys it and special thanks to Jeremy Saffer for collaborating with me on this."

IN THIS MOMENT recently spent time at The Hideout Recording Studio in Las Vegas, Nevada with producer Kevin Churko (FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, HELLYEAH, PAPA ROACH, DISTURBED) working on the follow-up to "Black Widow", tentatively due later in the year.

Drummer Tom Hane announced his departure from IN THIS MOMENT last month, explaining in a statement that he had "struggled to be truly happy creatively."

IN THIS MOMENT will be the special guest on this summer's ROB ZOMBIE and KORN co-headlining amphitheater tour, dubbed "Return Of The Dreads". The trek will kick off in July and will visit 25 North American cities, including Austin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Toronto, Seattle, Las Vegas and more.

IN THIS MOMENT signed with Atlantic Records in 2013 after completing its contract with Century Media Records.

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