If you build it, they will come. It worked out just fine in ‘Field of Dreams’ and it seems to be going well as a potential philosophy around here. I only say potential because so far we haven’t spent much time philosophizing about what the hell we’re up to here at GG HQ. But that’s the way it should be. We are you. You are us. If we like it, we’re 99% sure you will too. And if you don’t, the other 1% does!
See how that works. Action, not words.
In that spirit, please allow me to introduce this week’s LinkFrogging cheesecake hostess, Maria Brink. Ms. Brink fronts LA-based metal band In This Moment, who are 3 albums into a five-year career and currently on tour as part of the Music As A Weapon 2011 tour with Korn, Disturbed, and Sevendust.
No, she doesn’t act. She’s not in any video games or on any reality TV shows. What she does is rock. And that’s why we’ve brought her here today. Aamir and I have started a heavy metal blogcast that will be hosted here on GonzoGeek. The pilot episode will be out early next week. And we’ll be going at it every other week from that point forward. Have a listen. Get to know us this time around. The guests will follow in future episodes.
In the meantime, team GG has once again scoured the web, pulling together a series of delights for your amazement and amusement in the latest installment of our longest-running and most-viewed feature yet, LinkFrogging.
Come, let us see what Ms. Brink has hidden behind Door #3.
And now, check Maria in action.
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