13 Songs, 1 Hour

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Los Angeles band In This Moment conjure anthemic confessionals that sound as though they’re emerging from the ruins of a dark, decaying cityscape. Kinetic singer/lyricist Maria Brink and band play up various influences (industrial, Southern gothic, and Alice Cooper) against themes that canvas everything from child abuse to avarice, all submersed in a fierce (and sometimes tender) postpunk, post-metal, electronic carriage. There’s glittery stomp (“Dirty Pretty”), a horror-show requiem (“Natural Born Sinner”), ironic tease (“Sex Metal Barbie”), teenage redemption (“Out of Hell”), and a slithery duet about obsession with Shinedown singer Brent Smith (“Sexual Hallucination”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Los Angeles band In This Moment conjure anthemic confessionals that sound as though they’re emerging from the ruins of a dark, decaying cityscape. Kinetic singer/lyricist Maria Brink and band play up various influences (industrial, Southern gothic, and Alice Cooper) against themes that canvas everything from child abuse to avarice, all submersed in a fierce (and sometimes tender) postpunk, post-metal, electronic carriage. There’s glittery stomp (“Dirty Pretty”), a horror-show requiem (“Natural Born Sinner”), ironic tease (“Sex Metal Barbie”), teenage redemption (“Out of Hell”), and a slithery duet about obsession with Shinedown singer Brent Smith (“Sexual Hallucination”).

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