In This Moment
Formed in Los Angeles in 2005 by vocalist Maria Brink and guitarist Chris Howorth, this accessible melodic metalcore quintet also featuring guitarist Blake Bunzel, bassist Jesse Landry and drummer Jeff Fabb made a name for itself with their DIY philosophy and a little help from MySpace. Booking their own shows and touring as often as possible, In This Moment touted their demo solely on their MySpace page, garnering thousands of page views and becoming so popular on the social networking site that they landed a manager in Ozzy Osbourne bassist Rob "Blasko" Nicholson and a label in Century Media within a year. 2007 saw the release of their widely-received debut Beautiful Tragedy, and the band embarked on many major tours to support it, including a worldwide stint with Ozzy, and a national stint with Megadeth, among others. Continuing to tour incessantly, these road warriors only took a break to record their follow-up, 2008's The Dream.
In This Moment Concert Films
Blood at the Orpheum
In This Moment
Runtime: 1 hr 5 minIn 2013, Southern California’s female fronted hard rockers In This Moment filmed their first ever live concert. Spanning the band’s entire career, the video includes all the band’s top 20 hits from Blood, their current 200K+ SoundScan selling album, Whore, Adrenalize & Blood, as well as fan favorites, Gunshow, Beautiful Tragedy and Burn. Madison’s very own taste making Active Rock station, WJJO, was one of the first in the nation to embrace and support In This Moment, creating a rabid and loyal fanbase, which is why the band chose to film the concert there.
In This Moment Top Tracks
Live at White River Amphitheater
Runtime: 1 hr 12 minAmerican nu metal heroes Godsmack are taking over the stage at the White River Amphitheatre in Auburn Washington. Completed in 2003, the 98-acre project cost more than $30 million and hosts musical events under an acoustically treated metal roof; it features two 30-by-40-foot video screens on either side of the stage. The band performs hit songs as “Locked and Loaded,” “Keep Away,” “Out of Line,” “Generation Day,” “Cryin' Like a Bitch, ” and many more. Sully Erna's singing style has been stated as "the snarl of James Hetfield", and "composed of dark harmony that sounds a lot like Alice in Chains". Merrill's bass style has been described as "bulldozer bottom with occasional slap-bass reverb". Larkin's drumming is thought to "worship at the twin altars of Neil Peart and John Bonham". And Rombola's guitar playing style has been praised as "guitars that sound like percussion instruments".
Live in The LBC & Diamonds in the Rough
Runtime: 1 hr 17 minWhile headlining the Rockstar Taste Of Chaos tour earlier this year, Avenged Sevenfold (aka A7X) taped its full, incendiary April 10 homecoming gig at the Long Beach Arena. This film includes unreleased songs and covers (including Iron Maiden and Pantera) recorded during the sessions for last year's #4 charting, near-gold self titled album.
Live at Wacken '09
Bring Me The Horizon
Runtime: 40 minFronted by a tattooed clothing designer and influenced by death metal, grindcore, and emo, Bring Me the Horizon aren't the average deathcore band. The group was formed in 2004 from the ashes of several Sheffield-based outfits, with the 2003 Disney film Pirates of the Caribbean serving as the inspiration for the band's name. Singer Oliver Sykes, guitarists Lee Malia and Curtis Ward, bassist Matt Kean, and drummer Matt Nicholls initially established their own label, Thirty Days of Night, to release their debut EP, 2005's This Is What the Edge of Your Seat Was Made For. Upon signing to the higher-profile label Visible Noise (whose roster also included Bullet for My Valentine and Lostprophets), they reissued the EP to a wider audience. Bring Me the Horizon's full-length debut, Count Your Blessings, appeared in October 2006, with an American release following one year later courtesy of Epitaph Records.
All Access to All Things
Runtime: 1 hr 44 minRecorded live over their summer 2003 tour with heavy metal giants Metallica, this concert film features footage from shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Salt Lake City and Seattle. With candid backstage and behind the scenes footage, as well as a detailed look at the making of the video for "World So Cold," this is a fascinating look at the life of the band. Live tracks include "Dig," "Internal Primates Forever," "Death Blooms," and many more.
Live at The Metro Theatre
Five Finger Death Punch
Runtime: 50 minNo bells, no whistles...just straight-ahead bludgeoning metal. Playing a vintage style of thrash and groove, Five Finger Death Punch have been pummelling audiences since their inception in 2005. During this 2009 performance at The Metro Theatre, in Sydney, Australia, see why Metal Edge calls Five Finger Death Punch “the sound of violent exhilaration, giving contemporary metal a belligerent shove in an exciting direction.”
Live in Philly 2010
Runtime: 58 minHalestorm's Live in Philly 2010 was filmed at the Theatre of the Living Arts in Philadelphia on April 30th, 2010. The Video includes a full live set of the show, featuring tracks from their breakthough debut self-titled album such as radio smash hit "I Get Off", "It's Not You", "Familiar Taste of Poison", "Bet U Wish U Had Me Back", and "What Were You Expecting?". Halestorm recently performed on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" and in addition to praise from Billboard, Kerrang! and ARTISTdirect for their distinct brand of rock, lead singer Lizzy Hale was crowned one of Revolver's "Hottest Chick in Metal" in a 2009 cover story.
Live at Alexandra Palace, London
Bullet For My Valentine
Runtime: 1 hr 14 minThe Welsh metal-core band Bullet For My Valentine has spent most of the past two years taking over the world with massive U.K., European, U.S. and worldwide tours, sharing the stage with Guns N Roses, Metallica and Iron Maiden, playing the Main Stage at just about every rock festival on the planet, and seeing their 2006 debut album THE POISON - an album London's daily The Sun called "One of the finest debut albums in rock history" - sell more than one-million copies worldwide 350,000 in the U.S. alone a very rare achievement for an emerging band.
All That Remains
Runtime: 53 minIt may have taken a few years for Boston act All That Remains to make an impact on the metalcore scene, but with the release of their third full-length effort The Fall Of Ideals in 2006, All That Remains not only finally found the right balance of melody and aggression, but they also found a whole new audience, with the album easily outselling their previous efforts.
After a brief introduction and some pre-show footage of various fans screaming the bands name, All That Remains quite literally destroy with Become The Catalyst, The Air That I Breathe, Not Alone, It Dwells In Me, Six, This Calling, The Weak Willed and Indictment, all of which are lifted from The Fall Of Ideals.
The remaining four tracks This Darkened Heart, For Salvation, Tattered On My Sleeve and Focus Shall Not Fail are lifted from 2004s This Darkened Heart and seamlessly blend in with the groups more recent material without clashing too much.
All That Remains performance is near flawless, while the editing together of the multiple camera angles (Filmed by the renown High Roller Studios) retains the energy and excitement of the performance and the crowd participation perfectly. Audio wise, mixer Jason Suecof has managed to keep a raw edge to the bands sound, which gives All That Remains Live a very real live feel.
All up, All That Remains Live is a rock solid package that shows exactly why All That Remains are considered one of the better metalcore acts doing the circuit today. Highly recommended.
Live at the the Brighton Dome
Runtime: 1 hr 5 minWhen we last saw Stone Sour, the triple-Grammy nominated group was playing sold-out shows around the planet in support of 2006s critically acclaimed Come What(ever) May, a sonic blockbuster that entered Billboards Top 200 Album Chart at No. 4 and went on to sell more than a half-million copies on the strength of three radio hits, including the No. 1 smash single, "Through Glass. Billboard hailed the record as an intense, taut piece of work, Alternative Press called the group masters of ass-kicking, adding, In a better America, Stone Sour would be the face of American rock, and Revolver magazine gave the disc four stars and praised the quintet for demonstrating a dynamic range equaled by few of their peers.