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Black Widow

November 17, 2014 | Format: MP3

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I have heard of In This Moment back when Beautiful Tragedy came out but it wasn't until the song "Blood" was released when they really grabbed my attention. As for their new release, Black Widow, it turns out the album is not exactly what I expected. The release of "Sick Like Me" really grabbed my attention and I have listened to it countless times. Following this single release three more singles surfaced. The song "Big Bad Wolf" was exactly what I was hoping to hear. The heaviness yet great experimentation. The track "Bloody Creature Poster Girl" followed and I find it to be incredibly catchy with its burlesque-type style and its retention of strong hooks. Finally, the Marilyn Manson-like "Sex Metal Barbie" was released prior to the album and I thought that this was going to be a great album. However, after listening to the album none of the other tracks reach the same heights as these four songs. The only one that comes close in my opinion is "Natural Born Sinners". That is not to say there are no other noteworthy tracks. Both "Bones" and the title track will be definitely getting plays for me. Although I can't say the same much for the other tracks. It sounds as if the band wanted to go for something more atmospheric. None of the other tracks are terrible but I feel they slowed the pace of the album down a bit too much. I think this could have been better if there were another track or two that had the heaviness of "Sick Like Me" or the faster stomping metal of "Big Bad Wolf". Other than that you can give this album a shot if you want. It's not bad but if you're hoping for more heavy tracks then you may be a little disappointed.
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I had never heard of 'In This Moment' before this album, haven't listened to any of their prior music and essentially didn't know what to expect. I was intrigued by the cover (thought it was Lady Gaga at first), and blindly decided to give it a whirl. In the late 90's I was fan of such bands as Powerman 5000, White/Rob Zombie, Static X, Kittie and the like. I have since strayed from the hard rock scene and have a vast array of taste that can range from some slight country, rap, and thrash metal. What 'In This Moment' managed to capture is that late 90's rock I fell in love with, it's brought me back to my roots.

When I hit the third track on the album 'Big Bad Wolf' my mouth dropped, a female vocalist who can hang with a Wayne Static? Gave me a Wisconsin Death Trip flashback. I normally don't like female fronted hard rock or metal bands, most just don't seem to have that growl and are more operatic. Maria Brink however has the range and voice to belt with the best. I also like the intros to most of the songs, has a Rob Zombie/Powerman 5000 old horror voice over going on before the music commences.

The reason for the four stars instead of 5 then? Sadly the last part of the album slightly falls off. Not as in your face, the pace slows down, a couple piano ballads thrown in. Got my head rocking, blood pressure up then tries to capture a more emotional side. Though an all around good album that will certainly make me check out their other albums.
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I read a review that a fan bagged on this album; if you're a fan of In This Moment's new styling rather than their old; purchase this album! Very heavy and better sculpted than their earlier work! Suits well with Blood and A Star Crossed Wasteland! If you're a fan of these albums; you should have no problem enjoying this!
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I am partial to female fronted rock bands, so take this with a grain of salt.

This album is excellent from beginning to end. It is available on Prime Music so you can sample it entirely. It's worth having in the high quality CD audio format. There is a track on here which leads me to believe she could be a really competent voice actor if not on screen. I'll leave it up to you to discover the track.
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Since Blood the band is going 100% their own direction and the artistry and creativity shines through brilliantly. Maria Brink's and the band's visions for their art makes for a blood pumping, emotional and thought-provoking album.
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this is a pretty strong album. I went to the concert in MD with no prior knowledge of the band, and was *blown away* by their stage show - for a small band in a small venue, they totally killed it. I enjoyed it so much that I bought the album. Is it Dark Side of the Moon? No... but it's a strong album and many of the songs really spoke to my dark place..
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I discovered In This Moment after seeing them at the 2010 Mayhem Fest. My favorite aspect about the band is that they have always experimented with different sound with each record. I enjoyed Blood, their foray into industrial hard rock, but didn't think it was quite as strong as their previous works after multiple listens. When the popularity of the band soared, and they announced that with Blood they had "found their sound," I got apprehensive that they would stop experimenting, and just repeat the same album again.

Thankfully, Black Widow is mostly more ambitious and confident experimentation with the "Blood sound." Sadly there are some experiments on this album that should have never escaped the laboratory.

The album opens with the abomination that is "Sex Metal Barbie," the bands' failed attempt to make a "silence the haters" track. It is a redundant subject matter, since they already released the better song "Whore" on their previous album, not to mention Black Widow has two tracks, "The Fighter" and "Natural Born Sinner," which deal with similar subjects. If you want to silence the haters, having a bunch of (presumably) thirty year olds make a rap rock influenced "song" that sounds like a tween wanksta wrote it is not the way to do it. The song is the worst thing this band has ever produced.

"Big Bad Wolf" does not fare better, all the vocal layering and instrumentals clash into a headache inducing cacophony during the chorus. I found Maria yelling "Pig! Pig!" (which sounds like "Peh! Peh!") about a hundred times too many to be very obnoxious. This is from a band where I enjoy the lead vocalist screeching like a banshee (example = "The Gun Show") it takes a lot for these guys to annoy me.
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