IN THIS MOMENT To Release ‘Black Widow’ Album In November; First Single ‘Sick Like Me’ Streaming

IN THIS MOMENT To Release 'Black Widow' Album In November; First Single 'Sick Like Me' Streaming

An “audio visualizer” video for “Sick Like Me”, the new single from IN THIS MOMENT, can be seen below. The song, which is now available via iTunes, is taken from the band’s fifth album, “Black Widow”, which will be released on November 18. The CD was once again helmed by Kevin Churko (OZZY OSBOURNE, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, HELLYEAH, PAPA ROACH) at his The Hideout Recording Studio in Las Vegas, Nevada.

IN THIS MOMENT guitarist Chris Howorth told Billboard earlier in the year that the band wanted its new studio effort to be “bigger and better” than 2012’s “Blood”, while “still keeping true to that same vibe.” He added: “We feel like we found something and want to stick the flag in the ground on top of that hill.”

“Black Widow” is expected to feature several special guests, including FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH singer Ivan Moody. IN THIS MOMENT frontwoman Maria Brink previously appeared on the FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH track “Anywhere But Here”, which was included on “The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Volume 1” album.

IN THIS MOMENT last year inked a new deal with Atlantic Records, a division of Warner Music Group, following the completion of its contract with Century Media Records.

IN THIS MOMENT has had its share of ups and downs since forming in 2005, but Brink told The Pulse Of Radio that the band is in a good place now. “To be where we are in our career, the strongest it’s ever been, and like everything that I’ve ever, ever even dreamed of creating is happening,” she said. “You know, it’s just such a good message for listeners and anybody, you know, who hears our story, just ’cause people need to really understand the power that they hold within themselves.”

IN THIS MOMENT released all four of its previous studio efforts through Century Media, including “Blood”.

“Blood” was IN THIS MOMENT‘s highest-charting album, reaching No. 15 on the Billboard album chart, while the title track became the band’s first-ever Top 10 hit at rock radio.