February 2009
Ralph;Feb2009, p135
The article features Maria Brink, vocalist of the band In This Moment. According to her MySpace page, some of her favourite things include rollercoasters, magical unicorns, dolphins and going outside when it is raining. Although she is sexy, she never worked as a model. She has worked as dog-walker and bartender.


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