Metal Geeks 192: 2020 Rewind Geekery

We are officially in 2021, and it is time for our yearly rewind on the past year on our favorite films, TV series, video games, and some of our musical choices from the past year. Joining the Metal Geeks crew are Sean the Metal Pigeon from MSRcast and Brian the Metal Preacher, who is our guy behind the scenes.

This was a very special episode for the crew as it was our very first Livestream we have done, and what better way to kick off 2021? We had a blast, and will continue to make this a regular thing.

So, as we kick 2020 to the curb, we have lots to look forward to in the coming year. As always, keep it metal, and keep it geeky!

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