In This Moment will be releasing additional vinyl of Blood Friday (5/3/19). Blood, originally released in 2012, will be in two colors, "Red Smoke" and "Purple Marble." Kane Churko has four co-writes on the ITM release: "You're Gonna Listen," Comanche," "Beast Within" and "Blood." The album and the title cut have both been certified gold in the U.S.#InThisMoment #vinyl
In This Moment's first single to their upcoming album Black Widow, "Sick Like Me," was released earlier this month. The band have just released the official video to the song. Black Widow comes out November 18 and was co-written by Kevin and Kane Churko, and produced by Kevin Churko.
In This Moment has completed its follow-up to Blood, with Black Widow. The new set, recorded at The Hideout, is due out November 18 and was co-written with Kevin and Kane Churko, with Kevin, once again, behind the board. Churko Sr. has co-written and produced the last three ITM records.The first single, "Sick Like Me," was released digitally, September 9. While ITM's new label, Atlantic Records, is gearing up for the release of Widow, the band is back on the road, beginning in October.
The Hideout, the Las Vegas recording studio owned by writer/producer Kevin Churko, is no secret. Churko and his son, Kane, kicked off the year recording the new Hellyeah album, due out in April on Eleven Seven. With the seats still warm, Papa Roach began work with the Churkos this month and will be making their new record into March. March and April will see the return of In This Moment. ITM just concluded their touring schedule that completes the cycle for their successful album, Blood. ITM's next album comes out on Atlantic. Also, look for a Kane and Kevin Churko co-write, "Under Your [...]
Thanks to Cadium Music Publishing's talented writers, 2013 was a good year. Some of the highlights include Kevin and Kane Churko each winning a Juno for their engineering work for Five Finger Death Punch's American Capitalist and In This Moment's Blood albums. Kane is the youngest person in Juno history to win in the Engineering category. "Battle Born," from FFDP's Volume 2 album topped the rock radio charts. Lorenzo had a really good year on the road, finally playing in cities that have been waiting for the band to play, well, for a long time. Cisco DeLuna played a significant role in Jim [...]
CARAS has once again recognized the great work of Kevin Churko. Last night, Churko won his fourth Juno at the 39th Juno Awards. Churko won for Engineer of the Year, for his work on In This Moment's song, "Blood," and for Five Finger Death Punch's, "Coming Down." What made the award extra special was that Kevin's son, Kane, also shared the award as co-engineer on the two tracks. Both In This Moment's, "Blood," from the album of the same name and Five Finger Death Punch's "Coming Down," from American Capitalist, were recorded at Churko's The Hideout.
As In This Moment continue to face-off against other rock bands at radio, it apparently has not gone unnoticed by Amazon. The global retailer has anointed ITM as one of the Rising Stars of 2013. The "Blood" album is elevating the band to the next level and opening the door even wider for female hard rock lead vocalists. Also in the arena of hard rock, Five Finger Death Punch have been chosen by Artist Direct as having one of the Most Anticipated Albums of 2013. The current release, "American Capitalist," continues to give its core fans the veracity it looks for in [...]
In This Moment scores its first top 20 album with "Blood." ITM opens at number 15 on the Billboard top album charts. Kevin Churko co-wrote and produced the new release. Key touring (including with Five Finger Death Punch) certainly helped fuel sales of the band's new album.
The new In This Moment album is due out August 14. Kevin Churko teams up with the band again for "Blood," which is also the first single, out now. Churko co-wrote and produced the upcoming release at his Hideout studio. Kane Churko (Kevin's son) writes on four of the songs, as well.
In This Moment received a 4 1/2 out of five star review in the August issue of Alternative Press. Other reviews for A Star-Crossed Wasteland have been very good, as well.