In This Moment’s Maria Brink Bares Ass On New Single’s Cover

Damn

And what a glorious turd cutter it is.

I think I can see brown eye, but maybe that’s just my mind showing me what I want to see.

Maria Brink graces the cover of the art for In This Moment’s new single, “Whore.”

That just about sums it all up.

But listen, just because Maria’s showing her delectable ass and side boobs off doesn’t mean the image is supposed to be wood-inducing.

“I decided to pose nude for the visual art for ‘Whore’ to evoke a raw vulnerable emotion. The word WHORE written down my back, and the dunce cap symbolize me placing myself on the stake for those who are suffering and I can only hope to encourage at least one person to find the self worth and love they deserve to transcend out of a painful situation into a beautiful one.”

I wish she’d just do Penthouse already.

“It is about finding our power and taking a stand. We are resilient beings and need to realize our incredible strengths. I will not bow down to others perceptions of me; I will only rise in the name of art, love and music.”

Whatever. Your ass is hot.

A presser claims that “While ‘Whore’ has been getting traction at radio stations across the country, it was more important for the band to create a message that conveys the true intent behind the use of the word. Singer Maria Brink created the term Women Honoring One another Rising Eternally to give new meaning away from the derogatory connotation of the word.”

Man, I’d cover that ass in chocolate fudge and dive in nose first.

I’d shove my leg up there. To the knee.

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About Chris Harris

Chris Harris is an internationally-published music journalist and writer whose work has appeared on the pages of Rolling Stone, IFC, Revolver, Alternative Press, and Radar. The former news editor for Noisecreep, Harris also served as co-host for the site’s weekly podcast, “Creep Show." Before that, he spent four years writing for MTV News.