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Respecting the On-Tour Code


The WQLZ Music Minute--Music news written by Bishop for 92.7 WQLZ, The Rock Station

 

Respecting the on-tour code

 

Maria Brink from In This Moment says that she’s honored to tour with Stone Sour for the upcoming “Revolver Road To Golden Gods,” but don’t expect her band to be pulling off any pranks on Corey Taylor. During an interview with QLZ’s Lars and Lytle, Brink talked about how when bands get together for tours, you have to respect the code.

 

“You don’t prank up,” Brink told the guys.

 

“You prank down.” She said for the upcoming tour which kicks off in April, In This Moment is “main support and that’s kind of the rule of tours. The main headliners prank down. Unless the whole tour is like everyone hangs out every single day and everyone totally parties together all the time, then you can do that but usually it doesn’t happen like that.”

 

Listen to the entire interview below or at this link.

 

Brink also talked about how her fans don't hit on her, but she has been proposed to many times but the fans are just being silly. She also says that her looks aren't the only thing that gets them recognized. The band as a whole has their fair share of nominations for the music. Also, Brink wants fans to keep an eye out for the "Adrenalize" video, which she says should be making the rounds online very soon.

 

In This Moment is set to be at Boondocks Thursday with Brian “Head” Welch’s band Love and Death and All Hail the Yeti. Tickets are $15. Be listening for your chance to win tickets and a chance to meet and greet the band.

 

 

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