In This Moment perform in costume amongst fog and masked dancers at Richmond’s The National

In This Moment performed at Richmond’s The National earlier this week. The metal band put on a show that displayed outstanding visuals, which were accomplished by the strategically placed fog and magnificent lighting. The effect created stunning silhouettes that really immerse the fans in the environment. The show featured a number of prop and costume changes, and proves that In This Moment has one of the most hardworking and professional crews in the music industry.

In This Moment is currently touring in support of their recent new album “Ritual,” which was released in July. The fall portion of the “Half God, Half Devil” tour featured Of Mice & Men and Avatar. In This Moment played some of their biggest hits such as Black Wedding, Roots and Adrenalize while finishing the show with an encore of the popular song “Whore,” which brought lead singer Maria Brink out to a podium wearing a dunce cap with the song’s title on full display while being immediately flanked by the band’s two masked dancers, called the blood girls, carrying their shame signs and wearing puritan attire adorned with the blood “W” on their chests.

The show ended with the venue being covered by red and white balloons that were released during the encore and fans excitedly punched them into the air as the show came to a close. Fans cheered as Maria came to the front of the stage to pass out roses to fans and one lucky fan got the signed dunce cap that she wore in the encore.

You can catch the last leg of the “Half God, Half Devil” tour throughout 2017:

Wednesday, Oct. 18
The Wiltern; Los Angeles

Friday, Oct. 20
Fear Farm; Phoenix

Saturday, Oct. 21
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas; Las Vegas

Saturday, Oct. 21 and Sunday, Oct. 22
Discovery Park; Sacramento, Calif.

Tuesday, Oct. 24
The Novo by Microsoft; Los Angeles

Wednesday, Oct. 25
Riverside Municipal Auditorium; Riverside, Calif.

Friday, Oct. 27
Revolution Concert House; Boise, Idaho

Saturday, Oct. 28
Knitting Factory Concert House; Spokane, Wash.

Sunday, Oct. 29
Roseland Theater; Portland, Ore.

Tuesday, Oct. 31
The Moore Theatre; Seattle

Wednesday, Nov. 1
Toyota Arena; Kennewick, Wash.

Thursday, Nov. 2
Commodore Ballroom; Vancouver

Saturday, Nov. 4
MacEwan Hall, University of Calgary; Calgary

Sunday, Nov. 5
Shaw Conference Centre; Edmonton

Tuesday, Nov. 7
Burton Cummings Theatre; Winnipeg

Wednesday, Nov. 8
The District; Sioux Falls, S.D.

Friday, Nov. 10
The Rave/Eagles Club; Milwaukee, Wis.

Saturday, Nov. 11
Brown County Arena; Green Bay, Wis.

Sunday, Nov. 12
Myth; St. Paul, Minn.

Rob Wallace

Rob Wallace is a photographer based in Northern VA and is currently a house photographer with I.M.P. and The Wolf Trap Foundation. Find more of his work at www.mindful-photo.com.

In This Moment perform in costume amongst fog and masked dancers at Richmond’s The National

In This Moment performed at Richmond’s The National earlier this week. The metal band put on a show that displayed outstanding visuals, which were accomplished by the strategically placed fog and magnificent lighting. The effect created stunning silhouettes that really immerse the fans in the environment. The show featured a number of prop and costume changes, and proves that In This Moment has one of the most hardworking and professional crews in the music industry.

In This Moment is currently touring in support of their recent new album “Ritual,” which was released in July. The fall portion of the “Half God, Half Devil” tour featured Of Mice & Men and Avatar. In This Moment played some of their biggest hits such as Black Wedding, Roots and Adrenalize while finishing the show with an encore of the popular song “Whore,” which brought lead singer Maria Brink out to a podium wearing a dunce cap with the song’s title on full display while being immediately flanked by the band’s two masked dancers, called the blood girls, carrying their shame signs and wearing puritan attire adorned with the blood “W” on their chests.

The show ended with the venue being covered by red and white balloons that were released during the encore and fans excitedly punched them into the air as the show came to a close. Fans cheered as Maria came to the front of the stage to pass out roses to fans and one lucky fan got the signed dunce cap that she wore in the encore.

You can catch the last leg of the “Half God, Half Devil” tour throughout 2017:

Wednesday, Oct. 18
The Wiltern; Los Angeles

Friday, Oct. 20
Fear Farm; Phoenix

Saturday, Oct. 21
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas; Las Vegas

Saturday, Oct. 21 and Sunday, Oct. 22
Discovery Park; Sacramento, Calif.

Tuesday, Oct. 24
The Novo by Microsoft; Los Angeles

Wednesday, Oct. 25
Riverside Municipal Auditorium; Riverside, Calif.

Friday, Oct. 27
Revolution Concert House; Boise, Idaho

Saturday, Oct. 28
Knitting Factory Concert House; Spokane, Wash.

Sunday, Oct. 29
Roseland Theater; Portland, Ore.

Tuesday, Oct. 31
The Moore Theatre; Seattle

Wednesday, Nov. 1
Toyota Arena; Kennewick, Wash.

Thursday, Nov. 2
Commodore Ballroom; Vancouver

Saturday, Nov. 4
MacEwan Hall, University of Calgary; Calgary

Sunday, Nov. 5
Shaw Conference Centre; Edmonton

Tuesday, Nov. 7
Burton Cummings Theatre; Winnipeg

Wednesday, Nov. 8
The District; Sioux Falls, S.D.

Friday, Nov. 10
The Rave/Eagles Club; Milwaukee, Wis.

Saturday, Nov. 11
Brown County Arena; Green Bay, Wis.

Sunday, Nov. 12
Myth; St. Paul, Minn.

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