WALLS OF JERICHO Frontwoman Performs With IN THIS MOMENT In Detroit; Video Available

WALLS OF JERICHO's Candace Kucsulain joined IN THIS MOMENT on stage at the Detroit stop of Ozzfest 2007 on Sunday, August 26 for a rendition of the track "Daddy's Falling Angel". Watch video footage of the performance below.

Possum of Altitude TV's "Metalogy 101" show recently conducted an interview with IN THIS MOMENT's Maria Brink and Chris Howorth about their Ozzfest 2007 experience. Watch the two-minute clip on YouTube.

IN THIS MOMENT's captivating new video for the track "Beautiful Tragedy" made its "Headbanger's Ball" debut on July 21 on MTV2. Directed by Robert Hall (JOSH TODD), the video features lead singer Maria Brink falling asleep in a bathtub and slipping into a surreal nightmare where a dark, evil figures looms amidst the burnt landscapes.

IN THIS MOMENT's debut album, "Beautiful Tragedy" (Century Media Records), came out on March 20.

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