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Century Media signs In This Moment

Monday, August 28, 2006 1:41 PM PT / 3,657 views
Official press release: Century Media Records is extremely proud to welcome In This Moment to its worldwide family. The Southern California based quintet quickly became one of the most talked about artists within the local scene due to the intensity of frontwoman Maria Brink and an undying work ethic. This buzz carried over to the band's MySpace page resulting in over 105,000 friends and over 800,000 plays. The group's songwriting blends together a propulsive mixture of metal and hard rock elements that will quickly help them carve out their own unique niche within the scene. The diversity and depth of their songwriting is refreshing and their musical prowess is simply undeniable. In This Moment further describe their thoughts on the new deal and upcoming album; "We are very excited to be a part of the Century Media family and to be included in the CM roster along with so many great bands is truly an honor for us. Words really can't describe how great it feels to be starting our career with such a great label behind us. We are so thankful for all the opportunities we have been given." "We also just finished recording our debut album with Eric Rachel (Dillinger Escape Plan, God Forbid) at Trax East, which was an amazing experience. Eric exceeded our expectations in every way and he was able to bring out the best in all of us. It was definitely five weeks we will never forget." In This Moment's debut offering is set for a spring 2007 release. A new track will also be on featured on Century Media's upcoming Metal For The Masses double-disc set, which is set for a late November release.


postrock_is_dead 8/28/2006 8:01:55 AM

pirst fost

xGoblinx 8/28/2006 1:50:58 PM

Don't know what this is but it will clearly be terrible.

on3break 8/28/2006 1:51:11 PM

This buzz carried over to the band's MySpace page resulting in over 105,000 friends and over 800,000 plays hahahahahaha

stalemind4 8/28/2006 2:01:26 PM

congrats jesse

mickeyoneill 8/28/2006 2:14:35 PM

fck bands/labels who tout their myspace page's number of "friends" around, as if it's any testament to the quality of their band.

pure_balls 8/28/2006 2:15:20 PM

Myspace needs to stop being cited as evidence of popularity. How many songless, speculative 'bands' have you seen with tons of friends?

fatchicksansboob 8/28/2006 2:15:56 PM

It wasn't buzz, it was a myspace bot. I live here and I've never heard of this gay shit.

nocomply 8/28/2006 2:24:18 PM

anything with boobs get's myspace hype. myspace users don't buy music, they steal it

bitterlowz 8/28/2006 2:35:37 PM

singer's fckin hot. havent heard the music

cryptic_slaughter 8/28/2006 2:44:50 PM

the music fcking sucks, congrats Century Media

Dr_Radiation 8/28/2006 2:53:30 PM

Yeah, how ridiculous is that to base a signing off the 109494 friends they add on a daily basis. Funny how bands can have a billion friends, and they're draw absolutely nobody. I see it on a semi daily basis.

808 8/28/2006 3:05:34 PM

YUCKNESS to the extreeme

TonyVictory 8/28/2006 5:36:53 PM

I have 12 friends on Myspace

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