Frantik Magazine Online Launches "Crowd Participation"

Los Angeles, CA, August 06, 2007 --( Frantik is pleased to announce the launch of the new page, Crowd Participation. Crowd Participation will focus mainly on a monthly question in which the readers will be responsible for determining the outcome. The first question from this page, "In your opinion, which band is the most overrated in the whole history of music?" got an overwhelming response; the 10 best answers are now available for viewing on Frantik's Crowd Participation page. Next month's question is also up now for participation. The whole purpose of Crowd Participation is for interaction, to let the readers take control and voice their opinions.

The fifth issue of Frantik brings good tidings, awesome interviews and interesting reads.

Slightly Stoopid, Five Finger Death Punch, and Moz are the featured interviews for the month of August. Slightly Stoopid is coming out with a brand new release and Miles takes some time out to talk with Frantik. Jeremy from Five Finger Death Punch checks in with Frantik and talks about their latest release, "The Way of the Fist." Moz, one of the world's greatest painters, talks with Frantik about his drip sessions, his paintings and an interesting fact on how he got introduced to music.

The articles for August include the topics of Racism in 07, Signs of Sexual Interest, and Breast Implant Facts.

Credit Report 101 – Part 2, Boba Loca and Movie Television make up the columns for July. Gayle discusses the summer blockbuster hit of the summer, Transformers, for tubetimes. Bouvier lends a helping hand to the credit challenged in Disclosed with Bouvier Rous, Credit Score 101 – Part 2. Boba Loca! Chez Camille indulges and exposes this sweet summer delight to soothe and exfoliate the soul.

New Maximum Donkey has landed the spot for the Unsigned Spotlight for August. Four guys, eight eyes... and songs you will not forget until tomorrow when you're sober again. This high-energetic four-piece from Los Angeles breeds their own brand of power pop. Toyota took notice, Tony Hawk's Underground video game took notice... you should too.

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Gian Erguiza
Frantik Magazine Online

Frantik Magazine Online
Gian Erguiza