In This Moment Announce New Album Mother, Release New Video

Watch In This Moment's new video The In-Between, taken from their new album Mother

In This Moment Announce New Album Mother, Release New Video

In This Moment have announced details of their upcoming seventh album, Mother.

The follow-up to 2017's Ritual will be released on March 27 via Atlantic Records. The band have also released a new video for The In-Between, which you can watch below.

Speaking last year, In This Moment guitarist Chris Howorth said that Mother is their "heaviest record since [2012 album] Blood."

He continues: "Now that it's all done and I'm hearing it as one thing, I'm, like, 'Damn! This is really heavy.' So I think a lot of our fans are going to really like that about it.

"It's 'Mother' in the sense of mother Maria (Brink, vocalist), but also Mother Earth. Mother is the key to life."

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Speaking to Kerrang! last year, Maria said that her mother taking her to see a Tina Turner concert when she was little had a profound effect on her.

The new album also features a host of special guests including Ded's Joe Cotella, The Pretty Reckless' Taylor Momsen and Halestorm's Lzzy Hale.

Following In This Moment's tour with Halestorm in the UK last year, Maria spoke to us about what she took away from the experience.

“So many women are out there, from little girls aged no more than maybe seven to older fans in their 70s! I think it’s because the whole tour has this empowering quality, and a universal, shared energy," said Maria.

"It happens to be a lot of feminine power, too, but I think men love it equally. It’s certainly not a ‘men versus women’ thing. We all become one when we go to a concert.”

Mother tracklist:

The Beginning – Interlude
Fly Like An Eagle
The Red Crusade – Interlude
The In-Between
We Will Rock You (Feat. Lzzy Hale and Taylor Momsen)
As Above So Below
Born In Flames
God Is She
Holy Man
Hunting Grounds" (Feat. Joe Cotella)
Lay Me Down
Into Dust

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