May 31, 2005 05:40am
BurningAngel Announces Alliance with Rancid, Transplants' Tim Armstrong
by: Company Press Release
(NEW YORK, NY) -- BurningAngel.com is proud to announce joining forces with musician Tim Armstrong (Rancid, the Transplants) to create the ultimate coffee table book, tentatively titled "BurningAngel.com: The Book". The book, a compilation of photographs shot personally by Tim Armstrong, will feature your favorite BurningAngel.com girls posing nude in bars and other public locations in New York City.
Production is still underway on "BurningAngel.com: The Book", and more details will be announced in the coming months. In the meantime, BurningAngel.com has created the ultimate thank you present for Armstrong's hard work; a brand new porno with a Transplants theme!
BurningAngel.com CEO and star of the porno Joanna Angel says "Tim has done so much for BurningAngel.com, I figured the least I can do is make a porno in his honor. I can't think of a better way to say thank you than taking a load of cum on my face for him!"
The porno, which goes live on BurningAngel.com today, features music from the Transplants (D.R.E.A.M) and a cameo appearance from Danny Diablo aka Lord Ezek, who guest stars on the Transplants' latest album. In the porno, Joanna runs into Danny Diablo at her favorite NYC haunt, Manitobas. They reminisce about the Transplants' show the night before where Joanna had a crazy sexual rendezvous with Brooklyn. Brooklyn and Joanna are so turned on by Tim Armstrong and Travis Barker that after they leave the show they start getting hot and heavy on the street. A creepy bus driver for deaf kids (Tommy Pistol) parked nearby catches a glimpse and starts jerking off. Rather than being scared the two girls decided to include him in on the fun, much to his delight. After hearing the story, Danny Diablo states "been there, done that."
This public display of affection for Tim Armstrong and the Transplants can only be seen at BurningAngel.com/videos/index.php.
For more information on BurningAngel.com: The Book, please contact:
Office: 718 384 0490
Fax: 253 648 5379