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The Good Morning Guys Podcast
20 Games | 20 Reviews | The PlayStation Plus Premium Show | Ep. 4

The Good Morning Guys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 70:06


This week Lucas and Pat played 20 PS Plus Extra/Premium games for 20 minutes each and then give a brief review of each game. Find out which games we loved and which games.....not so much. linktr.ee/thegmgpod We discuss Dark Cloud, Dragon's Lair, LocoRoco Remastered, Nelson Tether's Puzzle Agent, Raiden 4 Overkill, Shatter, Strongbad's Cool Game for Attractive People, About a Blob, Tokyo Jungle, Wild Arms 3, The Artful Escape, Bugsnax, Lawn Mowing Simulator , John Wick Hex, My Friend Pedro, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, Tron Run/r, Ace of Seafood, Indivisible, Gabbuchi All of our links can be found on the LinkTree link including our audio podcast (Apple, Spotify, etc.), YouTube, Twitch streaming channels, Discord, Patreon, GMG Merchandise, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and E-Mail.

Talking Bollocks - the All About The Rock Podcast
Special Episode - Bjorn Strid & David Andersson Soilwork 2014

Talking Bollocks - the All About The Rock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 31:16


For those of you who don't know David passed away very recently. This interview first appeared on episode six of Talking Bollocks.  I went to interview Bobby from Overkill and Soilwork were playing this show with them as well so I jumped at the chance to chat to Bjorn & David. They were on the back of The Living Infinite which had blown me away and I was excited to talk them about it.   

The Motörcast
43: The Lemmy Stoke statue sculptor

The Motörcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 46:48


Lemmy has been immortalised in statue form at many places, Hellfest and Wacken being the most well known. Now, sculptor Andrew Edwards is lobbying to get his statue erected in Lemmy's birth town of Stoke. Tune in to hear about his campaign and his devotion to Motörhead over the decades. Presented by Howard H Smith. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

New England Broadcasting
9/16/22 Pumpkin Overkill; Vax Alot

New England Broadcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 29:42


Ron notes that we're approaching pumkin overkill time. It's interesting how we are consumed with traditions..... Guest: William Miller is the Public Safety Director at Norfolk Southern Rail

Biblioteca Del Metal
Judas Priest - (Dioses Del Metal / Pecados Originales, 1974 -1980) - Especial Fans - Episodio exclusivo para mecenas

Biblioteca Del Metal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 82:34


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Colabora Con Biblioteca Del Metal: En Twitter - https://twitter.com/Anarkometal72 Y Donanos Unas Propinas En BAT. Para Seguir Con El Proyecto De la Biblioteca Mas Grande Del Metal. Muchisimas Gracias. La Tienda De Biblioteca Del Metal: Encontraras, Ropa, Accesorios,Decoracion, Ect... Todo Relacionado Al Podcats Biblioteca Del Metal Y Al Mundo Del Heavy Metal. Descubrela!!!!!! Ideal Para Llevarte O Regalar Productos Del Podcats De Ivoox. (Por Tiempo Limitado) https://teespring.com/es/stores/biblioteca-del-metal-1 Judas Priest es una banda británica de heavy metal fundada en 1969 en Birmingham, Inglaterra. Su alineación inicial estuvo liderada por el vocalista Al Atkins, por ello la prensa ha nombrado esta primera etapa como Al Atkin’s Judas Priest. Más tarde a mediados de 1970, Atkins se unió a K.K. Downing, Ian Hill y John Ellis —provenientes del grupo Freight— que se considera como la primera alineación oficial de la agrupación. Tras algunos años donde no consiguieron apoyo discográfico y luego de algunos cambios en la formación, debutaron con Rocka Rolla en 1974; con Glenn Tipton como guitarrista y con Rob Halford y John Hinch, en reemplazo de Atkins y Ellis respectivamente. Dos años después lanzaron Sad Wings of Destiny, considerado como uno de sus mejores registros y que inició su ciclo más influyente para el metal de acuerdo a ciertos críticos con los álbumes Sin After Sin, Stained Class, Killing Machine y la producción en vivo, Unleashed in the East. A principios de los ochenta gracias a British Steel y Point of Entry, se consagraron en los mercados mundiales sobre todo en los Estados Unidos y Canadá. Más tarde las producciones Screaming for Vengeance y Defenders of the Faith, llegaron a ser sus discos más pesados de la década. En 1986 apareció su álbum más controvertido, Turbo, que poseía un nuevo sonido creado por guitarras sintetizadoras y el uso de letras más comerciales. Con Ram It Down de 1988 retornaron en gran medida a su sonido característico, pero al igual que su predecesor recibió una variedad de críticas. En 1990 lanzaron Painkiller, que contó con Scott Travis en reemplazo del baterista Dave Holland y que obtuvo muy buenos comentarios de la prensa especializada. Tras una gira especial en 1991 donde colideraron con Alice Cooper, Halford anunció su salida de la banda, que provocó un receso de casi cinco años. En 1996 el resto del grupo decidió volver a los escenarios con Tim “Ripper” Owens como nuevo vocalista, de cuya etapa publicaron Jugulator en 1997, Demolition en 2001 y dos álbumes en directo. Para mediados de 2004 el rumor sobre el regreso de Halford a la banda se concretó con la gira de reunión, Reunited Summer Tour. En 2005 lanzaron Angel of Retribution, que logró muy buenas posiciones en las listas mundiales y que en ciertas revisiones incluso se consideró como uno de sus mejores trabajos. Tres años más tarde publicaron el doble disco Nostradamus, un álbum conceptual que relata la vida y obra del profeta francés, Michel de Nostradamus. Ya en 2014 salió a la venta Redeemer of Souls, que es su primera producción sin el guitarrista K.K. Downing, y que fue apoyado por una gira que contempló fechas hasta el 2015. Judas Priest es considerada la banda que terminó de definir el género y como una de las más influyentes no solo para el heavy metal, sino también para el thrash, power, speed, glam, death y black metal, entre otros. Por otra parte, sus ventas fluctúan entre los 45 y los 50 millones de copias en todo el mundo.​​ En septiembre de 1969 en el pueblo de West Bromwich —a las afueras de Birmingham— el vocalista Al Atkins formó una nueva banda con sus amigos Bruno Stapenhill en el bajo, John Perry en la guitarra y John Partridge en la batería.​ Sin embargo, a los pocos días Perry falleció en un accidente automovilístico, por lo que tuvieron que buscar un nuevo guitarrista. Para ello hicieron audiciones en una pequeña sala de Birmingham donde llegaron entre otros, K.K. Downing, pero fue descartado por la poca experiencia que tenía en ese momento. Finalmente el escogido fue Earnest "Ernie" Chataway que además sabía tocar la armónica y los teclados, y que provenía de la banda Earth, el prototipo de lo que fue más tarde Black Sabbath.​ Por su parte y tras experimentar con diversos nombres, Stapenhill les propuso llamarse Judas Priest, que tomó de la canción «The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest» del cantautor Bob Dylan.​ Iniciaron su carrera versionando temas de las bandas Spirit y Quicksilver Messenger Service, para más tarde y con la ayuda de Alan Eade —dueño de un pequeño estudio de grabación— compusieron sus primeras canciones; «Good Time Woman» y «We'll Stay Together».​ Con ellas dieron una serie de conciertos por pequeños clubes de Inglaterra como parte de la llamada Judas Priest Tour. En una de esas presentaciones, específicamente la realizada el 25 de noviembre de 1969 en The George Hotel de Walsall, estaban dentro del público algunos ejecutivos de Harvest Records y de Immediate Records, como también el vocalista de Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant.​ Gracias a Plant, la banda firmó esa misma noche un contrato por tres años con el sello Immediate, del cual saldría su disco debut. No obstante, a los pocos meses el sello quebró y con ello los ánimos de sus integrantes decayó, provocando la separación del grupo.​ A mediados de 1970, Atkins regresó a Birmingham, donde y según sus propias palabras, una noche escuchó desde fuera del recinto Holy Joe's de Wednesbury a una banda que sonaba bastante bien; su nombre era Freight y estaba integrada por K.K. Downing, Ian Hill y John Ellis. Al notar que no tenían vocalista Atkins se ofreció a unirse a la banda, a lo cual ellos aceptaron. Con su llegada, les presentó las canciones escritas con su agrupación anterior y además les propuso utilizar el nombre de Judas Priest.​ Esta segunda alineación conformada por Atkins en la voz, Downing en la guitarra, Hill en el bajo y Ellis en la batería, empezó a componer nuevas canciones enfocadas en una posterior gira basadas en el blues rock y el hard rock.​ Es así que el 16 de marzo de 1971 dieron su primer concierto en el Essington St. John's Hall de Staffordshire, que inició a su vez la gira The Return of the Priest Tour. Esta serie de conciertos les permitió tocar en varios clubes y teatros del Reino Unido, generalmente como teloneros de las bandas Slade, Budgie y Warhorse, y en ocasiones compartieron escenario con el guitarrista Gary Moore.​ En julio del mismo año, Atkins compuso los temas «Holy is the Man» y «Mind Conception», que fueron lanzados como maqueta de manera independiente y que según él solo diez personas lo escucharon en ese tiempo.​ Durante la gira, el grupo no recibió ningún apoyo discográfico y los dineros que ganaban no les alcanzaba para cubrir los gastos del traslado. Es por ello que Ellis se retiró de la banda el 6 de octubre de 1971, luego de tocar como banda soporte de Slade en el recinto Yeoman de Derby, dando paso a Alan Moore, que debutó el 11 del mismo mes en el Slough College.​ En 1972 compusieron las canciones «Whiskey Woman», «Winter», «Never Satisfied» y «Caviar and Meths» e iniciaron la gira Whiskey Woman Tour, con Chris Campbell como nuevo baterista, que fue apodado por sus compañeros como «Congo» debido a su color de piel.​ Durante ese año fueron teloneros de bandas como Status Quo, Thin Lizzy, UFO y Family, y a su vez ellos fueron teloneados por los recién formados Magnum. A pesar de ser hasta ese momento su gira con mayor cantidad de fechas los problemas financieros continuaron, lo que provocó la salida de Atkins a principios de 1973 para conseguir un trabajo estable, puesto que había nacido su hija.​ A mediados de 1973 la novia de Hill le presentó a su hermano, Rob Halford, que por ese entonces se desempeñaba como técnico iluminador de teatros y que en sus tiempos libres era vocalista de la banda local Hiroshima.​ Un día en la casa de los Halford, Hill lo escuchó por casualidad cantar frente a la radio y quedó impresionado por los agudos que alcanzaba. Por ello tanto Hill como Downing le solicitaron que se uniera a la banda, opción que sin dudar aceptó. Con Halford en el grupo, llamaron a Atkins para preguntarle si le molestaba que usaran el nombre de Judas Priest y las canciones que habían escrito con él, a la cual dio su aprobación.​ Al poco tiempo después Campbell renunció a la banda y en su reemplazo entró John Hinch, que era baterista y compañero de Halford en Hiroshima.​ En 1973 escribieron los temas «Run of the Mill» y «Ladies» —prototipo de «Red Light Lady»—, que junto a «Caviar and Meths» fueron lanzados como demo por producción independiente.​ Para promocionarlas salieron nuevamente como teloneros de Budgie, cuya gira se llamó Never Turn Your Back on a Friend Tour. El demo llamó la atención del sello independiente Gull Records que a principios de 1974 les ofreció un contrato con la condición de que incluyeran a un teclista o un trompetista para engrosar el sonido. Dicha idea no les agradó, pero con el fin de publicar su primera producción Downing sugirió agregar a otro guitarrista, propuesta que fue aceptada por la discográfica. Para ello escogieron a Glenn Tipton, que se desempeñaba como guitarrista y vocalista de The Flying Hat Band, conocidos en aquel tiempo por telonear a Deep Purple.​ Con su primer contrato discográfico firmado grabaron su primer sencillo, «Rocka Rolla», que se publicó en agosto de 1974 y que sirvió de preludio para su álbum debut.​ Finalmente en septiembre del mismo año debutaron con el álbum de mismo nombre, que estaba más enfocado al hard rock y al rock progresivo, con una gran influencia de Led Zeppelin y Queen tanto en su sonido como en su vestimenta.​ Para promocionarlo el 10 de septiembre iniciaron el Rocka Rolla Tour, con una serie de conciertos por varias ciudades de Inglaterra y que al año siguiente les permitió tocar por primera vez en Suecia, Noruega, Países Bajos y Dinamarca.​ Durante noviembre y diciembre de 1975 ingresaron nuevamente a los estudios para grabar su nuevo álbum titulado Sad Wings of Destiny, que contó con muy poco dinero para su producción pero con un sonido puramente ligado al heavy metal.​ A pesar de que no logró atención en las listas musicales, con el pasar de los años ha llegado a ser uno de los discos más influyentes para el género, incluso es citado como la producción que redefinió el heavy metal.​ Cabe señalar que fue grabado con Alan Moore en la batería, luego que en 1975 John Hinch se retirara de la banda, o de acuerdo a sus otros miembros, fuera despedido.​ Los buenos resultados que obtuvo el disco llamó la atención de los ejecutivos de CBS Records, que a fines del mismo año les ofrecieron un nuevo contrato discográfico. Este requería su renuncia a Gull, que significó que el sello independiente se quedara con todos los derechos de sus dos primeros álbumes.​ A principios de 1977, el gerente artists and repertoire, Paul Atkinson, se interesó en ellos y les consiguió un contrato con Columbia Records para la distribución de sus siguientes trabajos en los Estados Unidos. Con la idea de potenciarlos, CBS invirtió 60 000 libras esterlinas para su siguiente disco y que contó con Roger Glover como coproductor.​ Finalmente en abril de 1977 se lanzó Sin After Sin, que alcanzó el puesto 23 en los UK Albums Chart, convirtiéndose en su primer long play en ingresar en la lista británica.​ Sin After Sin es su único álbum en el que participó Simon Phillips en la batería, puesto que Moore renunció antes de iniciar el proceso de grabación.​ En lo musical, el disco introdujo la combinación del doble bombo con ritmos rápidos en semicorchea de bajo y guitarra, que llegó a redefinir el género.​ A su vez, algunas de sus canciones como «Call for the Priest» y «Dissident Aggressor» han sido consideradas por la crítica como los primeros escalones del speed metal y thrash metal, respectivamente.​ A pesar de que se le ofreció un contrato como miembro activo de la banda, Phillips no pudo participar de la gira Sin After Sin Tour, ya que según él tenía compromisos previos con Jack Bruce Band. Por ello y a solo días de iniciar la gira, Glover sugirió al baterista Les Binks para reemplazarlo, un joven inglés que había participado en el disco The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast del bajista de Deep Purple.​ Su respectiva gira les permitió tocar por primera vez en Suiza y de igual manera en junio del mismo año iniciaron su primera gira por los Estados Unidos como teloneros en ciertas ocasiones de REO Speedwagon.​ Su última presentación en el país norteamericano fue en el festival Day on the Green como banda de soporte de Led Zeppelin, ante más de 55 000 personas.​ Entre octubre y noviembre de 1977 comenzaron a trabajar en su siguiente producción discográfica, Stained Class, que se grabó en Chipping Norton Studios bajo la producción de Dennis Mackay. Salió al mercado en febrero de 1978 e incluyó la primera aparición del característico logotipo, creado por el artista polaco Rozslav Szyabo. Sus letras van desde el ocultismo, la ciencia ficción, la fantasía y temas futuristas, que lo convirtieron en una de sus producciones más oscuras.​ De igual manera, es una de sus obras más influyentes para el thrash metal y speed metal, y también para la llamada Nueva ola del heavy metal británico.​ Su cuarto disco de estudio significó un gran avance en el mercado estadounidense, ya que alcanzó el puesto 173 en la lista Billboard 200.​ Mientras que su gira Stained Class Tour, los llevó por primera vez a Japón con tres presentaciones en Tokio, una en Osaka y otra en Nagoya.​ Para promocionarlo en enero de 1978 se lanzó el sencillo «Better By You, Better Than Me» —original de Spooky Tooth— que poseía una portada con la banda vestida completamente de cuero, que se convirtió en la primera imagen pública con esta nueva vestimenta.​ En 2015, K.K. Downing confirmó que fue el primero en usar dicha vestimenta en la banda y que luego Rob Halford comenzó a adoptar el uso del cuero de manera más extravagante, hasta que finalmente toda la banda hizo lo mismo.​ De acuerdo a Halford: «...Necesitábamos una nueva imagen que identificara el poder de nuestra música. Las bandas de heavy metal no podían usar tutú y tocar esas canciones». Por ello, propuso crear una imagen propia que se sintiera identificada con la energía que expresaban con su música.​ Es así que en 1978 acudió a una tienda en Londres llamada Mr. S especializada en sex-shop y comenzó a comprar ropa de cuero y accesorios de metal vinculados al fetichismo sexual y al masoquismo. Luego indujo a K.K. Downing a comprar en el mismo lugar y así motivó a todos los integrantes de la banda en hacerse con dicha imagen. Esta fue muy influyente durante los años posteriores tanto para la Nueva ola del heavy metal británico, el glam metal y los subgéneros del metal extremo.​ Durante el segundo semestre de 1978 publicaron su quinto álbum Killing Machine, que tuvo que ser renombrado como Hell Bent for Leather en los Estados Unidos por ser considerado un título violento.​ El disco incluyó las canciones «Take On the World» y «Evening Star», que ingresaron en los puestos 14 y 53 en los UK Singles Chart respectivamente, siendo sus primeros sencillos en debutar en dicha lista británica.​ Por su parte y solo para el mercado norteamericano se incluyó la canción «The Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown)», tema original de Fleetwood Mac y que ha llegado a ser una de sus mejores versiones.​ En octubre iniciaron su gira Killing Machine Tour en el Reino Unido con el grupo Lea Hart como teloneros. A su vez, giraron por los Estados Unidos en ocasiones abriendo los conciertos de sus compatriotas UFO y llegaron por segunda vez a Japón, donde se grabaron algunos de sus shows para un eventual álbum en vivo. En septiembre de 1979 volvieron a tocar por varias ciudades estadounidenses junto a Kiss, para dar en octubre sus propios conciertos por aquel país norteamericano. Por su parte, durante noviembre y diciembre tocaron por primera vez en Bélgica, Alemania Occidental y Francia como artistas invitados de AC/DC.​ A mediados de julio de 1979 el baterista Les Binks renunció a la banda, entrando en su lugar el exintegrante de Trapeze, Dave Holland, que dio su primer concierto el 1 de septiembre del mismo año. Sin embargo y antes de su partida, Binks participó de la grabación del primer disco en vivo Unleashed in the East, que llegó hasta el puesto 10 en el Reino Unido, convirtiéndose en su primera producción en entrar en los top 10 de dicho país.​ Durante los primeros meses, después de su publicación, la prensa especuló que el disco fue grabado en su totalidad en un estudio, pero dichos rumores fueron desmentidos por la banda afirmando que lo único que se retocó en el proceso de masterización fue la voz de Halford, que durante las presentaciones por la capital japonesa sufría una laringitis parcial.​ En abril de 1980 publicaron British Steel, considerado como la producción que los consagró en los mercados mundiales.​ Tras su lanzamiento llegó hasta el cuarto puesto en el Reino Unido y solo en un poco más de un mes vendió más de 60 000 copias, convirtiéndose en su producción más exitosa en su propio país.​​ De dicho álbum destacaron las canciones «Living After Midnight» y «Breaking the Law» que llegaron ambas al puesto 12 en los UK Singles Chart.​ Además del tema «Metal Gods», que años más tarde sirvió de apodo de los integrantes de la banda, en especial de Rob Halford.​ Para promocionarlo se embarcaron en una extensa gira llamada British Steel Tour, que contó a Iron Maiden como telonero en los conciertos por el Reino Unido, mientras que por los Estados Unidos giraron en ocasiones con Def Leppard y Scorpions como bandas de soporte. Esta destacó por contar con muy pocas canciones del álbum, de las cuales se interpretaban «Steeler» y «You Don't Have to Be Old to Be Wise» principalmente.​ En agosto de 1980 fueron parte del primer festival Monsters of Rock celebrado en el Donington Park de Derby, junto a Rainbow, April Wine, Scorpions, Saxon, Riot y Touch.​ Entre octubre y noviembre de 1980 viajaron a Ibiza en España para trabajar en su séptimo álbum de estudio Point of Entry, que fue puesto a la venta en febrero de 1981. A pesar de contener un sonido más cercano al hard rock, en un principio sus ventas igualaron a British Steel.​ De él se extrajeron tres sencillos; «Don't Go» y «Hot Rockin'» que se ubicaron en los top 60 en su propio país,​ y «Heading Out to the Highway» que llegó hasta el puesto 10 en los Mainstream Rock Tracks de los Estados Unidos, convirtiéndose así en su primer sencillo en ingresar a dicha lista.​ Por su parte, su gira promocional denominada World Wide Blitz Tour les permitió volver a tocar en varias ciudades europeas y estadounidenses e incluso en diciembre se presentaron por primera vez en Puerto Rico.​ Durante el segundo semestre de 1981 comenzaron a escribir y grabar nuevas canciones para su siguiente producción que originalmente se llamaría Screaming. Sin embargo, tanto la banda como el productor Tom Allom no quedaron conformes con dichas grabaciones, por lo cual decidieron realizar todo el proceso de nuevo.​ Finalmente entre enero y mayo de 1982 completaron esta nueva regrabación para lanzar en julio del mismo año el álbum Screaming for Vengeance, que se ha convertido en su producción más vendida en el mundo.​ El disco llegó hasta el puesto 11 en el Reino Unido y hasta la posición 17 en los Estados Unidos, país donde ha sido certificado con doble disco de platino tras vender más de 2 millones de copias.​​​ Para promocionarlo se publicaron tres canciones como sencillos, de los cuales destacó «You've Got Another Thing Comin'» que llegó hasta el cuarto lugar en los Mainstream Rock Tracks y hasta la posición 67 en los Billboard Hot 100, siendo hasta el día de hoy su único sencillo en ingresar en esta última lista estadounidense.​ En agosto de 1982 iniciaron la gira World Vengeance Tour, que los llevó hasta febrero de 1983 a tocar en varias ciudades de Estados Unidos y Canadá. También y dentro de sus noventa fechas, el 29 de mayo de 1983 se presentaron en el certamen US Festival durante el día del heavy metal donde compartieron escenario con Van Halen, Scorpions, Ozzy Osbourne, Triumph, Quiet Riot y Mötley Crüe, ante más de 350 000 personas.​ Por último, en diciembre del mismo año tocaron en varias ciudades británicas y en el Rock and Pop Festival de Dortmund en Alemania, festival que también participaron Scorpions, Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne, Iron Maiden, Michael Schenker Group y Def Leppard.​ Solo días de culminar la gira World Vengeance Tour, en enero de 1984 se puso a la venta Defenders of the Faith que a pesar de no generar éxitos radiales en comparación a sus predecesores, fue considerado como uno de sus discos más pesados de la década de los ochenta.​ Por su parte, en su respectiva gira de conciertos llamada Metal Conqueror Tour, interpretaron en vivo todas sus canciones a excepción de «Eat Me Alive» y les permitió tocar por primera vez en España con tres presentaciones en tres de sus ciudades.​ Tras el éxito de la gira promocional de Defenders of the Faith, la banda se tomó un receso de varios meses durante 1985, cuya única presentación en vivo fue en el festival Live Aid celebrado en julio del mismo año en Filadelfia y donde tocaron las canciones «The Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown)», «Living After Midnight» y «You've Got Another Thing Comin'».​ A mediados del mismo, comenzaron la grabación de un nuevo álbum de estudio que originalmente sería de doble disco y se llamaría Twin Turbos, pero la discográfica CBS canceló el proyecto por los altos costos de su publicación. Debido a ello, se escogieron nueve de las diecinueve canciones grabadas, que se publicaron el 14 de abril de 1986 bajo el nombre de Turbo.​ Dicha producción incluyó el uso de las guitarras sintetizadoras, que a través de pedales creaban diversos efectos sonoros similares a lo que produce el sintetizador. La incorporación de estos instrumentos posicionó a Judas Priest como los pioneros en usarlos en la música metal. De la mano a este cambio de sonido, sus integrantes comenzaron a utilizar una nueva indumentaria de cuero con colores negros, azules, blancos y rojos y con una visión más futurista. Al respecto Rob Halford en una entrevista a Radio MCB dada el 2 de febrero de 1991 comentó: «Creo que si nos hubiéramos avergonzado de Turbo no lo hubiéramos publicado. De hecho, Turbo fue muy exitoso en especial en América. Tú sabes que las bandas pasan por diferentes períodos, tanto en lo musical como en la imagen y estoy feliz que hayamos sido capaces de hacer eso».​ Para promocionarlo se publicaron tres canciones como sencillos, entre ellos «Turbo Lover» que hasta el día de hoy es el único tema del disco en ser tocado frecuentemente en vivo. Además, el 2 de mayo iniciaron la gira Fuel for Life Tour que los llevó por varios países de Europa y por Norteamérica hasta mediados de diciembre del mismo año. Adicionalmente, y antes del suceso que generó Turbo, Rob Halford trató de quitarse la vida por una grave depresión debido a que durante años tuvo que mantener en secreto su condición de homosexual y además de que por aquel entonces consumía en exceso drogas y alcohol. A finales de noviembre y después de ensayar el espectáculo de lo que fue la gira de Turbo, se tomó una gran cantidad de analgésicos con la idea de terminar con su vida. A pesar de que no pudo lograrlo, fue internado en un hospital para desintoxicarse, y el 6 de enero de 1986 ingresó en un centro de rehabilitación en Phoenix. Tras 33 días de tratamiento, finalmente, en febrero de 1986, fue dado de alta y comenzó un extenso trabajo en su voz con la idea de potenciar nuevamente su carrera. Al respecto en 2001 el productor Tom Allom comentó: «Rob tiene esa voz irreal que cualquier cantante de metal moriría por tener y que está mejor que nunca desde que dejó de beber».​ De la gira promocional de Turbo se grabó material en vivo de las presentaciones dadas el 20 de junio en Atlanta y el 27 del mismo mes en Dallas, para publicarlo en un nuevo álbum en directo, cuyo resultado fue Priest...Live! que se puso a la venta el 21 de junio de 1987.​ Su segundo álbum en vivo se lanzó también en formato VHS que vendió mucho más que el disco compacto y que recibió diversas críticas por parte de la prensa especializada.​ En octubre de 1987 fueron convocados para grabar una versión del tema «Johnny B. Goode» del guitarrista y cantante Chuck Berry, para ser el tema principal de la película cómica del mismo nombre. A pesar de que inicialmente rechazaron la propuesta, decidieron grabarla como una especie de homenajear a unos de los clásicos del rock and roll.​ Solo dos meses después iniciaron las grabaciones de su undécimo disco llamado Ram It Down, que contó con cuatro canciones escritas para Twin Turbos las que fueron retocadas y regrabadas. La producción obtuvo un éxito relativo en Norteamérica, ya que a los dos meses de su publicación recibió disco de oro en los Estados Unidos, por vender más de 500 000 copias.​ Por su parte, su respectiva gira denominada Mercenaries of Metal Tour les permitió volver a tocar en su país luego de cuatro años de ausencia de los escenarios ingleses y además volvieron a tocar las canciones escritas en los años setenta como «Sinner» y «Beyond the Realms of Death», las que fueron omitidas del listado oficial del tour Fuel for Life.​ En 1989, el baterista Dave Holland anunció su retirada de la banda y para reemplazarlo, a fines de mencionado año, ingresó Scott Travis proveniente de Racer X.​ Tras su llegada la banda comenzó a grabar un nuevo disco de estudio, que salió al mercado el 3 de septiembre de 1990 bajo el título de Painkiller y que recibió muy buenas críticas de la prensa, quienes elogiaron el retorno de su sonido agresivo y característico.​ Su respectiva gira llamada Painkiller Tour les permitió tocar por primera vez en Austria, Portugal, Yugoslavia, Irlanda del Norte y en el estado de Alaska, e incluso el 23 de enero de 1991 dieron su primer show en Brasil en el festival Rock in Rio, que se celebró en el Estadio Maracaná.​ Por otro lado, en julio de 1990 la banda fue demandada por una corte estadounidense, donde se les acusó como involucrados indirectos del intento de suicidio de dos de sus fanáticos. El hecho ocurrió el 23 de diciembre de 1985 en el poblado de Sparks, Nevada cuando James Vance de entonces 20 años edad y Ray Belknap de tan solo 18 años, mientras estaban bajo los efectos del alcohol, los jóvenes se dirigieron hacia el patio de una iglesia y mientras repetían una frase subliminal que supuestamente escucharon en un tema de la agrupación. Los jóvenes cargaban una escopeta con la idea de acabar con sus vidas.​ Belknap quien jaló el gatillo primero murió instantáneamente, mientras que James Vance sufrió serias heridas que le desfiguraron su rostro. El joven Vance viviría tres años más antes de fallecer en diciembre de 1988 luego de caer en una fuerte depresión médica que causó al joven a entrar en estado de coma. De acuerdo al abogado de la familia de Vance, los jóvenes estaban escuchando el disco Stained Class en especial las canciones «Exciter» y «Better By You, Better Than Me». Precisamente esta última contenía el supuesto mensaje subliminal «do it», hazlo en español, y que fue la causante del intento de suicidio.​ Luego de tres semanas de juicio, la corte dictaminó que tal mensaje subliminal no existía y que la banda no tuvo ninguna relación directa o indirecta con la muerte de Belknap y la desfiguración de Vance. Aun así, el sello CBS Records tuvo que cancelar 40 000 dólares a la familia de Vance.​ En julio de 1991 iniciaron la gira Operation Rock 'N' Roll Tour, solo tres meses después de terminar la gira promocional de Painkiller. Su última fecha dada el 19 de agosto en Toronto fue también el último concierto con Rob Halford, ya que en 1992 renunció a la banda por diferencias musicales con el resto del grupo.​ Esto provocó un receso de un poco más de cinco años, donde cada uno de sus integrantes tuvo distintas vivencias, por ejemplo Halford fundó la banda Fight y Glenn Tipton trabajó en su primer disco de estudio, Baptizm of Fire.​ A fines de 1994, Tipton y Downing se reunieron para definir el futuro de la banda, cuya decisión final fue continuar, pero con la difícil tarea de buscar un nuevo vocalista. Luego de algunas audiciones, finalmente encontraron al estadounidense Tim Owens que cantaba en una banda tributo a Judas Priest, llamada British Steel. En 1996 ingresó oficialmente a la banda y a los días después recibió el apodo de "Ripper", tomado de la canción del mismo nombre, y que fue aceptado por los fanáticos e incluso por su propia madre.​ Entre los últimos meses de 1996 y el primer trimestre de 1997 grabaron el primer disco con Owens, Jugulator, que salió al mercado en octubre de 1997. Su sonido estaba más orientado al groove metal que al clásico sonido de la agrupación, convirtiéndose en uno de sus trabajos más agresivos de toda su discografía. Dicho cambio se debió en gran parte al tono y el uso de la voz gutural de Owens y por la baja afinación de las guitarras de K.K. Downing y Glenn Tipton.​ Para promocionarlo publicaron el sencillo «Bullet Train» y en enero de 1998 se embarcaron en la gira Jugulator World Tour, con gran éxito en Norteamérica y Europa, y que les permitió tocar por primera vez en México. Durante ciertas presentaciones se grabó el material para su tercer álbum en vivo '98 Live Meltdown, publicado en septiembre de 1998.​ El 23 de julio de 2001 pusieron a la venta su decimocuarto disco de estudio Demolition, considerado como uno de sus trabajos más controversiales, ya que incluyó algunos elementos del metal industrial y del nu metal. Además de las críticas variadas que recibió en su momento, sus ventas lo convierten hasta el día de hoy en su producción menos vendida en el mundo.​ Aun así, su respectiva gira obtuvo una gran concurrencia en los países en los que se presentaron. Por otro lado, el 19 de diciembre de 2001 grabaron en el recinto Brixton Academy de Londres su cuarto álbum en directo Live in London, que se editó en 2003 en formato doble disco y en DVD.​ Tras varios meses de especulación sobre el retorno del vocalista Rob Halford a Judas Priest, la banda a través de una carta entregada a los medios de comunicación en julio de 2003, confirmaron su regreso y con ello informaron sobre una pequeña gira para conmemorar dicho evento.​ Esto provocó la salida de Tim Owens que se retiró en buenos términos y que al poco tiempo se convirtió en el cantante del grupo Iced Earth y de su propia banda, Beyond Fear. En mayo de 2004 el sello Columbia publicó Metalogy, su primera caja recopilatoria, que estaba compuesta de cuatro discos que recorrían la carrera de la banda desde su debut Rocka Rolla a Demolition, último trabajo con Tim Owens.​ Por otro lado, en junio del mismo año iniciaron la gira de reunión llamada Reunited Summer Tour, conformada por 15 presentaciones por algunos países de Europa, principalmente en los mayores festivales de música como el Gods of Metal de Italia y el Graspop Metal Meeting de Bélgica. Mientras que su paso por Norteamérica, se llevó a cabo como colíderes de cartel del festival Ozzfest entre julio y septiembre.​ En 2004 también comenzaron a escribir las primeras canciones de su álbum de reunión, Angel of Retribution, que salió al mercado el 28 de febrero de 2005 en Europa y el 1 de marzo en los Estados Unidos.​ A los pocos días de su lanzamiento logró posicionarse en el puesto 13 en la lista Billboard 200, convirtiéndose hasta en ese momento en la mejor posición para uno de sus discos en dicha lista estadounidense.​ Cinco días antes del lanzamiento oficial de Angel of Retribution en Europa, iniciaron la gira promocional Retribution World Tour, que durante el 2005 los llevó a varios países europeos, Norteamérica, Japón y Latinoamérica, y les permitió tocar por primera vez en los países bálticos, Ucrania, Rusia y Chile.​ El 18 de mayo en su presentación en el Nippon Budokan de Tokio grabaron el DVD, Rising in the East, que se lanzó el 8 de noviembre del mismo año a través de Rhino Records y que a los pocos meses logró disco de oro en los Estados Unidos luego de vender más de 50 000 copias.​ En el año 2008 y luego de un poco más de un año de arduo trabajo publicaron Nostradamus, álbum de doble disco que fue su primer álbum conceptual y que relata la historia del profeta francés Nostradamus.​ Al momento de su publicación recibió una gran variedad de críticas y además una gran atención en las listas musicales, entre ellas la estadounidense, donde alcanzó el puesto 11.​ Además y para promocionarlo, el 3 de junio de 2008 iniciaron la gira 2008/2009 World Tour que durante dos años los llevó a varios países del mundo y que contó con varios artistas como teloneros entre ellos Megadeth, Testament y Whitesnake. Entre junio y agosto de 2009, regresaron a Norteamérica con la gira que conmemoraba los primeros treinta años del lanzamiento de British Steel y que destacó porque tocaron en vivo todas las canciones del álbum.​ Además y en el mismo año publicaron, A Touch of Evil: Live, que incluyó once canciones grabadas en las giras promocionales de Angel of Retribution y Nostradamus. El álbum contenía una versión en vivo de «Dissident Aggressor», que ganó el premio Grammy en el 2010 en la categoría mejor interpretación de metal.​ El 7 de diciembre de 2010 a través de su página oficial anunciaron la Epitaph World Tour, que sería la gira de despedida y que estaba contemplada hasta el año 2012.​ Sin embargo, el 27 de enero de 2011, anunciaron que no era el final de la banda ya que tenían escritas nuevas canciones para un eventual disco, y que la Epitaph World Tour pretendía ser la última gran gira mundial.​ Tres meses después K.K. Downing anunció que no participaría de la gira y además informaba su salida de Judas Priest por problemas con el resto de la banda.​ Con las fechas ya programadas la banda contrató al inglés Richie Faulkner, conocido por ser el guitarrista de Lauren Harris, pero el comunicado de prensa solo lo confirmaba para la gira,​ que comenzó el 7 de junio de 2011 en los Países Bajos y que les permitió tocar por primera vez en Serbia, Costa Rica,​ Venezuela y Singapur. La última presentación se celebró el 26 de mayo de 2012 en el Hammersmith Apollo de Londres, que fue escogido para la grabación del DVD Epitaph, puesto a la venta en 2013.​ Tras meses de rumores sobre la publicación de su décimo séptimo disco de estudio, a fines de 2013 la banda informó a través de su sitio web que su nuevo álbum aparecería a mediados de 2014.​ Es así que el 28 de abril, la banda anunció el título del disco y además publicó el tema «Redeemer of Souls» por streaming en su página oficial y al día siguiente se lanzó como sencillo, pero solo como descarga digital en los medios ITunes y Amazon. Finalmente el 8 de julio se publicó Redeemer of Souls, con gran éxito en las listas musicales de varios países del mundo, entre ellas alcanzó el sexto lugar en los Billboard 200, convirtiéndose en su primer disco en ingresar en los top 10 de la lista estadounidense.​ El 1 de octubre en Rochester (Nueva York) se inició la gira promocional llamada simplemente Redeemer of Souls Tour y que durante dos meses tocaron en varias ciudades estadounidenses con Steel Panther como artistas invitados. En total, la gira contempló 130 presentaciones por Europa, Asia, Latinoamérica y Oceanía hasta diciembre de 2015.​ En octubre de 2017 a través de su página oficial anunciaron la salida de un nuevo álbum de estudio llamado Firepower para marzo de 2018 y junto a ello, se confirmaron las primeras presentaciones de su gira correspondiente.​ Más tarde, el 5 de enero de 2018 se publicó el video musical de su primer sencillo «Lightning Strike» y doce días después se subió a las redes sociales el riff de otra canción del disco, «Spectre».​​ El 12 de febrero del mismo año Glenn Tipton anunció que no sería parte de la gira promocional del disco debido a que padece de la enfermedad de Parkinson, la cual le fue diagnosticada hace diez años. A pesar del progreso de la enfermedad, que le dificulta tocar las canciones más complejas de la banda, aseguró que seguirá siendo parte de Judas Priest y que en un futuro no descarta tocar en algunos conciertos de la agrupación. Por último, en el mismo comunicado se confirmó que el productor y guitarrista Andy Sneap sería su reemplazante para la gira.​ La página oficial ha anunciado las fechas de los próximos conciertos en 2021 con un total de 31 presentaciones en Europa comenzando el 28 de mayo y terminando el 15 de agosto. Esta gira continuara en EE. UU. desde el 11 de septiembre hasta el 30 de octubre. Judas Priest es reconocida como una de las bandas más representativas del heavy metal y a su vez, una de las más influyentes. Al respecto, la MTV los nombró como la segunda agrupación más influyente en la historia del género, solo superados por Black Sabbath.​ Además y de acuerdo a varios críticos, son nombrados como el grupo que terminó de definir el género, gracias a los álbumes Sad Wings of Destiny —considerado como el disco que reinventó el metal—​ y Sin After Sin, que introdujo la combinación del doble bombo con ritmos rápidos en semicorchea de bajo y guitarra, que llegó a definir el sonido del género.​ Por otra parte, son considerados precursores de la indumentaria del metal, cuyo principal artífice fue su vocalista Rob Halford. Esta nueva vestimenta basada en el cuero y las tachas metálicas, tomada del masoquismo y del fetichismo sexual, se vio por primera vez en la portada del sencillo «Better By You, Better Than Me» (enero de 1978)​ y fue altamente popularizada durante el lanzamiento de Hell Bent for Leather. Esta nueva forma de vestir recibió una gran atención en el metal posterior, desde la Nueva ola del heavy metal británico, pasando por el metal extremo, hasta el glam metal de los ochenta.​ En cuanto a su música, sus primeros álbumes son citados como influencias directas para el metal y sus posteriores subgéneros. Por ejemplo, en la revisión de Sad Wings of Destiny realizada por Steve Huey de Allmusic mencionó: «llevó al heavy metal a nuevas profundidades de oscuridad y a nuevos niveles de precisión técnica».​ De igual manera, Stained Class, es nombrado como una de las obras más influyentes para el thrash metal y el speed metal, como también para la NWOBHM.​ Igualmente sus canciones han sido importantes para el desarrollo de la música metal. Un ejemplo es «Genocide» de 1976, que de acuerdo al escritor Mikal Gilmore es una de las primeras raíces del thrash y una gran inspiración para las bandas del metal extremo de los ochenta.​ También «Call for the Priest» y «Dissident Aggressor» de 1977 son citadas como los primeros escalones del speed y del thrash, respectivamente.​ Por otro lado, y al igual que ocurre con Motörhead, existe cierta discrepancia sobre si realmente son o no parte de la Nueva ola del heavy metal británico.​​ Sin embargo, varios críticos coinciden en que fueron uno de los precursores del movimiento; incluso algunas de sus bandas, como Saxon, Venom, Blitzkrieg y Iron Maiden, por citar algunas, los han nombrado como una de sus principales influencias.​​ De igual modo, los alemanes Accept los nombraron como la «piedra de toque» en su carrera.​ Asimismo su influencia y legado ha sido importante en el posterior thrash metal y el groove metal en bandas como Overkill, Slayer, Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax, Annihilator, Kreator,Sodom , Sepultura, Exodus y Pantera.​​​ También en el power metal en agrupaciones como Helloween, Gamma Ray o Primal Fear, por ejemplo. De igual manera, decenas de grupos de otros subgéneros como el glam, black y death los han nombrado como sus influencias directas, como es el caso de Twisted Sister, Lizzy Borden, Skid Row, Death, Mercyful Fate, King Diamond, Queensrÿche, Opeth, Gorgoroth y Slipknot, entre muchos otros.​​​ Pero su legado no solo se mantiene en lo musical, ya que tanto sus canciones como ellos mismos han sido nombrados en películas y en series de televisión. Un ejemplo de ello son dos capítulos de Los Simpson donde se pueden escuchar dos de sus temas; en uno de ellos suenan tres segundos de «Breaking the Law», y en el otro cuatro segundos de «Living After Midnight». Más recientemente, en el capítulo Steal this episode de la vigésima quinta temporada de la serie, hacen un cameo con su formación actual, donde Rob Halford interpreta una versión cómica de «Breaking the law».​En un capítulo de la serie Me llamo Earl, Earl dice: «Yo solo recuerdo las letras de Judas Priest y los chistes de polacos». Además en la serie Vaya Semanita, Evaristo, el hermano de "El Jonan de Baraka", cuando le roban, dice: «Estos tipos son profesionales,... ¡como los Judas Priest!» en clara alusión al videoclip de «Breaking the law». A su vez, han recibido decenas de premios y homenajes, tanto para sus álbumes o como conjunto. De ellos destacan la inclusión al Salón de la Fama de la revista Kerrang! en 2007 y los premios Revolver Golden Gods en el 2010 y el Golden Gods Icon, ambos otorgados por la revista Metal Hammer.​​ Además en el 2006, junto a Queen, Kiss y Def Leppard fueron los primeros artistas en ser inducidos en el VH1 Rock Honors, ceremonia que honra a las bandas que han influido en la música rock.Escucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de Biblioteca Del Metal - (Recopilation). Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/308558

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IF YOU DON'T LIKE THAT WITH GRANT NAPEAR
Grant's Rant: 9-7-22 Network Sports Overkill

IF YOU DON'T LIKE THAT WITH GRANT NAPEAR

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 3:37


Who do our sports networks need so many people on their sets for pre and post-game shows? I don't get it. No wonder they are losing money. Plus, you have Urban Meyer back on as a Fox studio host? This stuff makes no sense to me! Support for the show comes from MyBokkie. MyBookie will match your first deposit (up to $1000) when you use code Grant22. Click the link to sign up. https://mybookie.website/ifyoudontlike GrantNapearCharitablEvent.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Evil FM Episode 481 80's Rock & Metal Special 1989

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 106:23


Good afternoon metal heads and here we go with another trip back to the 80's and we're up to 1989 for today's show and I've got 21 killer tracks from that year lined up and ready to go. So, expect to hear from King's-X, Obituary, Testament, Alice Cooper, The Cult, Nine-Inch nails, WASP, TNT, Overkill, Aerosmith, LA Guns and many more to help get your weekend off to a rocking start. My Linktree Social Media Profiles Check Out The Devil And The Awesome Four 2nd Edition Captain Freak-Out's Psychedelic Radio My cousin Michael McDonagh recently started his own little T-shirt business on Spread shirt and he is adding new products all the time. Check it out at the link below and tell him I sent you over ;-) MACS APPAREL    ALL ABOUT KABUKI Kabuki Website Kabuki Instagram Kabuki Facebook Kabuki Youtube Kabuki Spotify   If you haven't checked out Captain Freak-Out's Psychedelic Radio then just click the link, head on over and get ready to enjoy some classic stoner and Prog rock courtesy of Nicholas.  CAPTAIN FREAK-OUT'S PSYCHEDELIC RADIO Artwork by the fantastic Luis Royo

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Killer Women: Danielle Girard interviews NYT bestselling author Sandra Brown

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 61:19


Welcome to Killer Women Podcast, part of the Authors on the Air Global Network with more than 4 million listeners. Today's guest is Sandra Brown. Sandra is the author of sixty-nine New York Times bestsellers, including the #1 Seeing Red. There are over eighty million copies of her books in print worldwide, and her work has been translated into thirty-four languages. She lives in Texas. Her latest book, Overkill, is out August 16th. #podcast #author #interview #authors #KillerWomen #KillerWomenPodcast #authorsontheair #podcast #podcaster #killerwomen #killerwomenpodcast #authors #authorsofig #authorsofinstagram #authorinterview #writingcommunity #authorsontheair #suspensebooks #authorssupportingauthors #thrillerbooks #suspense #wip #writers #writersinspiration #books #bookrecommendations #bookaddict #bookaddicted #bookaddiction #bibliophile #read #amreading #lovetoread #daniellegirard #daniellegirardbooks #sandrabrown #overkill #grandcentralpublishing

Killer Women
Danielle Girard interviews New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown

Killer Women

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 61:19


Welcome to Killer Women Podcast, part of the Authors on the Air Global Network with more than 4 million listeners. Today's guest is Sandra Brown. Sandra is the author of sixty-nine New York Times bestsellers, including the #1 Seeing Red. There are over eighty million copies of her books in print worldwide, and her work has been translated into thirty-four languages. She lives in Texas. Her latest book, Overkill, is out August 16th. Killer Women is copyrighted by Authors on the Air Global Radio Network #podcast #author #interview #authors #KillerWomen #KillerWomenPodcast #authorsontheair #podcast #podcaster #killerwomen #killerwomenpodcast #authors #authorsofig #authorsofinstagram #authorinterview #writingcommunity #authorsontheair #suspensebooks #authorssupportingauthors #thrillerbooks #suspense #wip #writers #writersinspiration #books #bookrecommendations #bookaddict #bookaddicted #bookaddiction #bibliophile #read #amreading #lovetoread #daniellegirard #daniellegirardbooks #sandrabrown #overkill #grandcentralpublishing

Metal Mayhem ROC: A Heavy Metal Podcast
History of Metal 1989- Is the ”GOLDEN AGE” of metal over? Can the OG's still deliver? Sneak peek into the 90's metal scene.

Metal Mayhem ROC: A Heavy Metal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 48:32


Hello Metal Heads -As we enter September we hope you have had a fun and enjoyable summer.  On this week's episode we dissect the metal landscape in 1989. This is a turning point year as the 80's metal explosion comes to an end and we brace for the 90's.  Not many releases from our classic bands but rather a mixture of debuts from SKID ROW, BADLANDS and BLUE MURDER. Sophomore release from TESLA as well as break through effort's from FAITH NO MORE ,SAVATAGE and OVERKILL. Glam kingpin's MOTLEY CREW struck gold with Dr. Feelgood and WHITESNAKE with Slip of The Tongue. OG's RUSH , AEROSMITH and ALICE COOPER had a resurgence with chart topping efforts and tours. KING DIAMOND continued his majesty solo career, KINGS X creates a masterpiece and The CULT crossover into the metal world. We can't touch an them all, but rather what we were listening to at the time. A great unique conversation filled with in-depth antidotes and disclosures found only here at Metal Mayhem ROC. We welcome comments,good or bad on this discussion. Hit us up on Facebook, twitter or send a direct message at our website. Visit the new website and join the Metal mayhem ROC community. Sign up for our weekly newsletter keeping you updated on all new  podcast episodes as well as reminders for our live Radio show on Monday nights. Thank you for the support and remember to always KEEP IT HEAVY!! https://metalmayhemroc.com/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/metalmayhemroc https://twitter.com/MetalmayhemR

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Killer Women: Danielle Girard interviews NYT bestselling author Sandra Brown

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 61:19


Welcome to Killer Women Podcast, part of the Authors on the Air Global Network with more than 4 million listeners. Today's guest is Sandra Brown. Sandra is the author of sixty-nine New York Times bestsellers, including the #1 Seeing Red. There are over eighty million copies of her books in print worldwide, and her work has been translated into thirty-four languages. She lives in Texas. Her latest book, Overkill, is out August 16th. #podcast #author #interview #authors #KillerWomen #KillerWomenPodcast #authorsontheair #podcast #podcaster #killerwomen #killerwomenpodcast #authors #authorsofig #authorsofinstagram #authorinterview #writingcommunity #authorsontheair #suspensebooks #authorssupportingauthors #thrillerbooks #suspense #wip #writers #writersinspiration #books #bookrecommendations #bookaddict #bookaddicted #bookaddiction #bibliophile #read #amreading #lovetoread #daniellegirard #daniellegirardbooks #sandrabrown #overkill #grandcentralpublishing

RSLASH: Best Of Reddit Stories 2022
Teachers, What's the Most Overkill Assignment You've Seen Handed In?

RSLASH: Best Of Reddit Stories 2022

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 27:40


Teachers, What's the Most Overkill Assignment You've Seen Handed In?

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Evil FM Episode 480

Evil Fm

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 69:01


Here we go again metal heads with another thundering show thanks to Captain Freak-Out himself Nicholas Prom and he's given us one hell of a  playlist for today's episode. Coming up we have tracks from Anathema, Nazxul, Overkill, Manilla Road, Manowar, Judas Priest, Destruction and Revenant.  Be sure to tune in on Friday rockers for the penultimate show in our 80's metal special that sees us to 1989 and I've got some real goodies lined up and ready to go. My Linktree Social Media Profiles Check Out The Devil And The Awesome Four 2nd Edition Captain Freak-Out's Psychedelic Radio My cousin Michael McDonagh recently started his own little T-shirt business on Spread shirt and he is adding new products all the time. Check it out at the link below and tell him I sent you over ;-) MACS APPAREL    ALL ABOUT KABUKI Kabuki Website Kabuki Instagram Kabuki Facebook Kabuki Youtube Kabuki Spotify   If you haven't checked out Captain Freak-Out's Psychedelic Radio then just click the link, head on over and get ready to enjoy some classic stoner and Prog rock courtesy of Nicholas.  CAPTAIN FREAK-OUT'S PSYCHEDELIC RADIO Artwork by the fantastic Luis Royo

Anatomy of a Scream Pod Squad
White Ladies in Crisis: Candy Episode 3

Anatomy of a Scream Pod Squad

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 37:59


Gena, Jenn and Joe hit the halfway point of Hulu's limited series 'Candy.' For episode 3 "Overkill," they discuss the logistics of planning an affair, Candy's desire to get caught, Allan as a bland choice, the cult of Marriage Encounter and Betty's baby shower. Wanna connect with the show? Gena: @genadoesthings Jenn: @jennferatu Joe: @bstolemyremote Music Credit: Saturn From Spaceship by Marco Martini If you like the podcast, please rate, review, and subscribe! Check out Anatomy of a Scream for more great content and the other Network pods. 

Introvert Dating Success Podcast
#382: Sarcasm Overkill from Men: A Woman Shares Why It Kills Interest

Introvert Dating Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 13:41


Harry reads a woman's reaction to my "How Men View Women Who Are Too Sarcastic" video, and talks about why women lose interest in men who commit "sarcasm overkill." Get date coaching from me: http://www.IntrovertDatingSuccess.com/Coaching ***Show Your Support*** Cash App: https://cash.app/$harrywilmington PayPal: https://www.e-junkie.com/i/zk94?single FREE 5-Day Email Audio Course "Modify Your Mindset": http://www.introvertdatingsucces.com e-Book: Learn how to LOSE women the RIGHT way: https://bit.ly/3cVG0eT e-Book: Win Back Your Ex with these 10 steps: https://bit.ly/3q3xTAU Social Media: YouTube - https://www.YouTube.com/HarryWilmington Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/introvertdatingsuccess/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/introvertdatingsuccess/ Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/harrywilmington Tik Tok - https://www.tiktok.com/harrywilmington

Media Watch
Morrison's secret ministries; Massoud defo; Dragon overkill; Grand final leaks

Media Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022


Media Watch 2022 Episode 28: Morrison's secret ministries; Massoud defo; Dragon overkill; Grand final leaks

Poisoned Pen Podcast
Sandra Brown discusses Overkill and Ashley Winstead discusses The Last Housewife

Poisoned Pen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 58:27


Barbara Peters in conversation with Sandra Brown and Ashley Winstead

Analog Smile
Analog Smile - Carl Canedy (The Rods, The 450s, and Canedy)

Analog Smile

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 18:00


On this episode of Analog Smile, Sherry speaks with Carl Canedy. For over 40 years, Carl Canedy has been the drummer for The Rods. He spent the better part of the 80s producing such legendary acts as Anthrax, Overkill, and others. In addition, he stays busy with the bands Canedy and The 450s. Sherry and Carl chat about his current projects and much more! Check out canedyband.com, therods.com, and the450s.com for information.

Health Rants
Overkill

Health Rants

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 25:13


Your immune system is just like other parts of your body in that if you don't use it, you lose it. Now that we are over the pandemic, we need to return to a more normal amount of exposure to germs and out friends. 

METAL 2.0
Metal 2.0 - 641

METAL 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 60:41


Discos de ARCH ENEMY y THE HALO EFFECT (en el bloque extremo de Kaio); más del WACKEN 2022: VENOM, OVERKILL y ROTTING CHRIST; además SLAYER, noticias, cartelera y más…

The Motörcast
42: Motörhead Fan Stories pt.3

The Motörcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 33:36


On this episode, avid Motörhead fan Mike Ward tells his fascinating story of how a chance meeting with Fast Eddie Clarke ended up with him going for a cuppa around his house and helping out his band. Presented by Howard H Smith. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Paradise After Dark
The Gateway Murders ~ Steven & Michelle Andrews

Paradise After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 43:31


Two days after Christmas 2005, in the small community of Gateway, Florida, a young couple is found murdered in their home. Why and how could this happen??Join our Patreon and enjoy early and ad-free episodes, tons of bonus episodes, discounts on our merchandise and more! www.patreon.com/palmahawkmediaVisit our website paradiseafterdark.com for links to our store, Patreon, tip jar and more!Facebook.com/paradiseafterdarkpodcastInstagram @paradiseafterdarkpodcastTwitter @paradisedark239TikTok @palmahawkmediaIf you see something say something!!Music by Captain Fathands @ captainfathands.com

Just Saying - The BRIEF Lab
Ep. 247 – HBR article review: overcoming collaboration overkill

Just Saying - The BRIEF Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 15:51


In this installment, I summarize two related Harvard Business Review articles that tackle the excesses of collaboration. In one, Microsoft leaders reveal research that brought them much closer to the root cause of employee fulfillment. In another, a university professor surveys professionals on how they believe they need to collaborate with each other and the […] The post Ep. 247 – HBR article review: overcoming collaboration overkill appeared first on Just Saying.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 542 - 0-90 Overkill?

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 39:26


Tom in for Nick and joined by the Racing Post's Lee Mottershead. With the start of the Racing League this evening, the Shergar Cup on Saturday and the next instalment of the Skybet Sunday Series the following day, we ask if there's now too many opportunities for horses of a certain level. We hear from Leonna Mayor who manages Team Yorkshire ahead of tonight's event and Emma Jayne Wilson is along to talk of her excitement at being back at Ascot's Shergar Cup. It's a weekend of top level International action and we hear from Johnny Murtagh who sends out Shartash in the Keeneland Phoenix Stakes on Saturday. And Todd Pletcher is triple-handed in the Whitney Stakes at Saratoga and he joins us to talk about his runners.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 542 - 0-90 Overkill?

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 39:27


Tom in for Nick and joined by the Racing Post's Lee Mottershead. With the start of the Racing League this evening, the Shergar Cup on Saturday and the next instalment of the Skybet Sunday Series the following day, we ask if there's now too many opportunities for horses of a certain level. We hear from Leonna Mayor who manages Team Yorkshire ahead of tonight's event and Emma Jayne Wilson is along to talk of her excitement at being back at Ascot's Shergar Cup. It's a weekend of top level International action and we hear from Johnny Murtagh who sends out Shartash in the Keeneland Phoenix Stakes on Saturday. And Todd Pletcher is triple-handed in the Whitney Stakes at Saratoga and he joins us to talk about his runners.

The Phoblographer
An Excellent Camera That's Overkill for Most: Sony a1 Review

The Phoblographer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 26:39


The Sony a1 shows that electronic shutters are the future. Sony stunned the photography industry when they announced their new flagship camera, the Sony a1. Sony is back to innovating again when it comes to silicon, and this is incredibly exciting. On paper, this camera with its new stacked sensor should impress even the most hard-headed photographers out there. Still, we all know that specs on a piece of paper don't always equate to great real-world performance. We've had our hands on the new Sony a1 for a week, and we've put it to the test in some tough conditions. Will the wow factor from the spec sheet carry over into the wild when we test it? Find out in our full review of the Sony a1. Table of Contents Pros and Cons Pros Cons Too Long, Didn't Read Gear Used Tech Specs Sony a1 – Innovations Sony a1 – Ergonomics Top Panel Camera Back Camera Left Camera Right Sony a1 – Build Quality Sony a1 – Ease of Use The Electronic Shutter Is Nuts IBIS Performance Sony a1 – Autofocus Human and Human Eye AF Animal Autofocus Bird Autofocus Sony a1 – Metering Sony a1 – Image Quality RAW File Versatility JPEGS High ISO Pixel Shift Multi Shot Sony a1 – Extra Image Samples Sony a1 – Conclusions Likes Dislikes Pros and Cons Pros Sony's a1 shows that stacked sensors are the future Detail rich images with great dynamic range Excellent ergonomics (the best Sony camera to date) The a1 features the new touchscreen menu system Fantastic overall autofocus performance 30 frames per second with the electronic shutter with virtually no rolling shutter or banding issues 1/400th mechanical shutter speed with compatible TTL flashes and triggers Sony's 9.44 million dot EVF is a work of art Excellent build quality Good battery life 8K video Excellent performance with CFexpress A cards Cons It has the same old 1.44 million dot LCD The LCD is not fully articulating Bird AF is a work in progress Multi Shot mode is inconsistent Autofocus suffers a little in very low light situations It's $6,499 Too Long, Didn't Read The Sony a1 is a camera designed for professionals who need the best in stills and video. 50MP images at 30 frames per second with autofocus make this camera a must-have for pro sports, pro wildlife, and photojournalists. It's pricey at $6,499. However, if you need a solid camera that can produce high-resolution images by the bucket load and 8K video, the Sony a1is a no-compromise camera that delivers. Gear Used We used the Sony a1 with the Sony 24-70mm f2.8 GM and the Sony 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 GM OSS. Also used was a Sony CFexpress A memory card. Tech Specs All of the technical specifications have been taken directly from the official Sony website: 50.1-MP 35 mm full-frame stacked CMOS sensor with integral memory Advanced BIONZ XR engine boosts speed by up to 8x 30fps continuous shooting with AF/AE tracking Movie-making with 8K 30p and 4K 120p Wide AF coverage with 759-point phase-detection and 425-point contrast-detection AF points Battery life (stills) – Approx. 430 shots (Viewfinder) / approx. 530 shots (LCD monitor) (CIPA standard) Image Quality Modes – RAW (Compressed / Lossless Compressed / Uncompressed), JPEG (Extra fine / Fine / Standard / Light), HEIF (4:2:0 / 4:2:2) (Extra fine / Fine / Standard / Light) Viewfinder – 9.44 million dots LCD 1.44 million dots Human face and eye AF, animal body and eye AF, and a new Birding AF mode Flash Sync. Speed – (Mechanical Shutter), (Flash Sync. Priority) is (ON) or (AUTO):1/400 s (35 mm full-frame), 1/500 s (APS-C), (Flash Sync. Priority) is (OFF):1/320 s (35 mm full-frame), 1/400 s (APS-C), (Electrical shutter), 1/200 s (35 mm full-frame), 1/250 s (APS-C) Image Sensor-Shift mechanism with 5-axis compensation Continuous Drive Speeds – AUTO/Electronic Shutter: Continuous shooting: Hi+: 30fps, Hi: 20fps, Mid: 15fps, Lo: 5fps,10111213 Mechanical Shutter: Continuous shooting: Hi+: 10fps, Hi: 8fps, Mid: 6fps, Lo: 3fps Sony a1 – Innovations The Sony a1 features a brand new stacked with high-speed RAM stacke...

The Whiskey Brothers Comedy Podcast
Episode 1037 - You Can't Bill Cosby Van Halen | The Whiskey Brothers Podcast

The Whiskey Brothers Comedy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 54:56


Marzi Montezari joins Slade Ham, Sam Demaris, & Jerry Wayne Longmire to talk about his near-tour with Overkill, metal band reunions, Pantera, and what it's like to learn so many songs note for note.

The WAN Show Podcast
Is Intel ARC REALLY Cancelled? - WAN Show July 29, 2022

The WAN Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 89:05 Very Popular


Make compliance easy with Kolide at: https://www.kolide.com/WAN Try FreshBooks free, for 30 days, no credit card required at https://www.freshbooks.com/wan Deploy a cloud server in seconds with Hetzner at https://www.hetzner.com/cloud?pk_source=youtube&pk_content=yt-cloud-2022 Timestamps: (Courtesy of NoKi1119 - NOTE: Timestamps may be off due to change in sponsors) 0:00 Chapters 2:13 Intro 2:42 Topic #1 - Intel's "allegedly cancelled" Arc 6:12 Moore's Law Is Dead's notes on the leak 8:42 Rumored leaks of internal Intel conversations 10:20 Discussing the road map, product releases 12:10 Linus on Intel's Larrabee, comparing to Arc 13:16 Optane removed, LMG & rumors, expenses of a project 17:42 Luke wanted a competitive GPU ft. Linus's theory 19:50 Linus on Alchemist, Tel Aviv tour & silicon costs 23:46 Intel's fab would take long, chipset funding 24:56 LTTStore's Stealth Hoodie Pro 27:13 Backpack to become purchasable by next mid-week 28:20 Deal of the Week - free LTTStore tote bag 29:01 Sponsor - AMD 30:11 Sponsor - SecretLab 31:22 Sponsor - Ubiquiti' ft. Dennis seeing naked Linus 33:22 Topic #2 - OverKill reaches out to LMG 33:48 Explaining the cease & desist 35:28 "I'm not threatening you" was due to harassed wife 36:08 COVID causing delays, website overhaul & orders 37:48 NDA, recording builds for content 38:29 Are Linus & Luke on OverKill's side now? 40:56 Merch Messages #1 41:08 Right-to-repair for LTTStore, screwdriver design, WAN LAN 49:01 Linus testing radio signals 50:54 Linus is planning to go to Backstreet Boys 52:03 Updates on the 64oz LTTStore bottles 52:39 Using the LTTStore desk pad as a bed rug & wall hangings 53:12 Formula E & racing technologies 54:09 LTTStore screwdriver holster 55:08 LTTStore shorts mesh lining, Linus shows prototype belt 56:54 Travel & packing tips 58:52 Monitor is fine, but the PC setup struggles 1:00:15 Preventing companies from killing & withdrawing products 1:02:05 Intel's Arc issues Are the executives misunderstanding? 1:03:48 Linus on having his children continuing his legacy 1:05:40 What LMG does to take care of employees 1:10:25 Silence-oriented internal GPU enclosure 1:12:23 Is Linus afraid of the recession affecting LMG's growth? 1:14:24 Linus Dbranding a house, which design to go for 1:14:54 Use cases of virtual machines for homes 1:17:07 Optical disk drive class-action lawsuit 1:17:50 Particular ChannelSuperFun activity that stood up 1:19:53 CallMeKris's 6-hour video collab 1:24:29 Are certificates like CompTIA A+ needed anymore? 1:25:55 Linus's home & pool progress update 1:27:08 Most risk in growing LMG 1:27:36 Wireless earpods, Apple's AirPods 1:28:48 Dream YouTube collabs that Linus would enjoy 1:29:44 Outro

C3 Podcast: Active Shooter Incident Management
Ep 50: Implementing the ASIM Process

C3 Podcast: Active Shooter Incident Management

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 48:28


Ep 50: Implementing the ASIM ProcessSheriff Michelle Cook and Police Chief Terry Nichols share their experiences implementing the Active Shooter Incident Management Checklist process and their tips for success. Don't miss this discussion!Bill Godfrey:Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. It's good to be back with you today. My name is Bill Godfrey. I'm your podcast host, and I have with me today two former C3 instructors as our guest stars today, both of them law enforcement leaders, and hoping that one day when they do retire-retire, we might actually get them back as C3 instructors; hint hint, Chief Nichols, who just retired in the last few weeks. So I have with me Michelle Cook. She is currently serving as the Sheriff in Clay County. She also did ... Michelle was almost 30 years at Jacksonville?Michelle Cook:26 years at Jacksonville, yeah.Bill Godfrey:Yeah, so 26 years at Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Police Department as the operations chief, so she had an awful lot of responsibility there. Did a short stint as the Police Chief at Atlantic Beach, which was kind of a retirement job, but too easy for you. You needed something with more, and so now she's the elected Sheriff at Clay County, which is in north Florida. And we have with us Terry Nichols. Terry was the Assistant Director at Alert from the founding to, what was it? 2018, 20-Terry Nichols:2016, 2016.Bill Godfrey:2016. Left Alert, became the Police Chief in Brownwood, Texas, and then you did, what, a little over three years there?Terry Nichols:Three years there, and then moved to Seguin as chief, and spent three years there, and now I'm retiredBill Godfrey:Like a week and a half ago, two weeks ago? It's been pretty recent.Terry Nichols:It's been a month, it's been a month.Bill Godfrey:So it's exciting to have both of you here. I really appreciate you taking the time. I know the sheriff especially, you have a very busy schedule. But I wanted to have a podcast where we talk about implementing the Active Shooter Incident Management checklist and the process that goes with it. Because it sounds simple on the surface, and when you've gone through training, it's fairly straightforward, but trying to roll that out to a whole organization is a little bit of a logistics machine.And the two of you have each done this, not only in your organizations, but you've done it more than once. So sheriff, you did it at Jacksonville, then did it at Atlantic Beach, now at Clay County, and Terry, you did it at both Brownwood and Seguin. So what I wanted to just get from you guys is, what was it about this process that made you say, "This is the way I want to go," and what were your lessons learned? How did you approach it and go along the way? So sheriff, you want to start us off?Michelle Cook:Sure. First of all, thank you for having me today to talk about this. I'm very passionate about this. You've asked why ASIM, why choose this method of managing an active shooter event, and I will tell you, I'm entering into my 30th year of law enforcement, and I've worked some huge cases, some huge incidents, thousands of them, and for me, being a street cop for so long and then the leader of street cops, the ASIM process, the ASIM methodology, it just makes sense.In our industry, and Terry, correct me if you see differently, we teach young officers, young supervisors, to handle everything themselves. And on 99% of the calls that we handle, that can be done, but on a mass critical incident, like an active shooter event, relying on one person to handle everything is just unrealistic, and that's how things get missed, and unfortunately, that's how people die, is you got one person trying to handle everything.Terry Nichols:Yeah. For me, everything the sheriff said makes perfect sense, and she is spot on. Having been involved with Alert and standing it up from the get go, driving it post-Columbine, and how we were training cops, and then fast-forward several years and get introduced to the ASIM model, and realizing we had been missing the boat early on. When we started first training our officers, we were missing the management piece of this. We were doing good at going in and realizing that we have a different duty. There's no longer sit and wait for SWAT, that we had a different mission on these active shooter events.But there's a whole management piece of this, and like the sheriff alluded to, that we're real good at teaching cops to go handle a problem by themselves, and they do it 9 times out of 10, but these events are catastrophic. They are geographical in nature. It doesn't just happen in a vacuum in one little place, and it takes significant resource management being trained to do that, and that the ASIM, I was just pulled to it and said it makes all the sense in the world.Bill Godfrey:Well, it's very humbling to hear that, and I'm thrilled that you guys ... I was thrilled to have both of you as instructors and as founding members, if you will, of what we were doing a very, very long time ago. Terry, when you were at Alert, you had a hand in helping us get the pilot up and running, and Michelle attended one of the very first pilots. Wait, in fact, I think it was the very first pilot delivery we did for certification, when we did it at Seminole County, so you guys have certainly been on the road with us for a long time. Terry, what was your strategy? So Brownwood, you might want to ... Brownwood was a little more rural, Seguin's a little more suburban. What was your strategy when you wanted to implement it the first time around, and then how did that change for you the second time around?Terry Nichols:I want to back up to something that you said on the intro too, if I can remember what it was now, that it's not just an agency that we implemented these in, it was a geographical area. So it was multiple agencies.Bill Godfrey:Good point.Terry Nichols:Yeah, I may have been the Chief of Brownwood, but I had the Sheriff's Department, and I had two of the law enforcement agencies right there in the county as well, and it was very rural. If you look at Brownwood, Texas on a map, it is in the geographical center of Texas, and I tell people, "You go out to nowhere and turn left, and you're in Brownwood," and not a lot of resources out there.Our closest big city is Abilene, Texas, and that's an hour away. But I knew, A, the need when I got there. I saw the quick needs assessment that we had no active shooter training. We had nothing. We had zero partnership with our fire and EMS partners, we had a third-party EMS provider, we were not working with our Sheriff's Department who was in the same building as us, so a lot of basic leadership stuff.And it was fun to bring the ASIM stuff to us, and we did it through Counterstrike first. That's how we introduced it to the organization, but we brought in the Sheriff's Department and other law enforcement agencies in the county. And that brought us all together, where they weren't playing in the sandbox prior to me getting there for multiple reasons, but this was something we could all gather around and actually embrace.And that really helped build relationships and, "Hey, we're not that bad. Hey, the people across the hall, hey, they're not that bad. They wear a brown uniform, we wear a blue uniform." So but it's also a rule. What we had is what we had, and help was a long way away. So we introduced it through Counterstrike, and then we did ASIM and the checklist, and we recurred training on it, and it was a success.Bill Godfrey:Sheriff, your first implementation was at Jacksonville, which, contrasting to Brownwood, is about as big as ... it's a big job. What was your strategy there? I know you had to play the long game. It took a while, but talk a little bit about what you did at Jacksonville.Michelle Cook:Sure. So in Jacksonville, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office actually, at the time, was the 25th largest agency in the country, so a large agency. And what we decided to do is offer the ASIM class to those who wanted it first, because we thought if we could get those folks who are interested in it to buy into it, then they could go out and help sell it to the rest of the agency. And that really, for us, worked out good, because we ended up with ASIM disciples, is what I call them, and those are folks who were all in, who, on the street, if somebody had a question, they could speak to what ASIM was, and the benefits of it, and stuff like that.So it took us several years. We had to get through about 1,400 people trained, so it took us several years, several training cycles, to get everybody through. Contrast that to ... Let me go back. In Jacksonville, we also had a really close relationship with the fire department, and so they were in on the training from the beginning with us, and that was very, very beneficial.In fact, I think it was in Jacksonville, we started using rescue task forces at special events, and that was a chance for us to practice a concept with our police and fire working together on all of our pre-planned special events, so when the the day did come that we had an active shooter, we would be prepared to ... and we wouldn't have to stop and explain to people what a rescue task force was, so that worked out really well.And we had the active shooter incident at The Landing, and we got fortunate that day because there was actually a fire department unit training a block away. But if you go back and you listen to the radio broadcast, and you listen, and you read the after-action reports, it was very clear that not only the active shooter tactical training that we had been practicing and training so hard for worked, but also, the Active Shooter Incident Management portion of that trained, and people fell right into place.And so it was really ... I had just left when that happened, but it was very gratifying to see all that hard work going into saving people's lives. So move forward to Atlantic Beach, again, much like Terry, a very small agency. We had 30 people total, including myself, and for me, I incorporated not only some of the fire department folks again in this, but public works. Our public works folks had a big presence out there in the city of Atlanta Beach, and so they were pulled into some of the safer jobs, and we trained with public works on these things, and safety...Bill Godfrey:Okay, well, we're not going to let you get away with that that easy. You're going to have to tell a little bit about what you did, and why, and how it worked out.Michelle Cook:So what we did is we got the public works guys because ... specifically the school, but other locations as well, we had ... Atlantic Beach is a beach town, so there's lots of roads leading in, and one of the concerns we had is that when something happened, that traffic would be backed up and blocked so bad that we would not be able to get mutual aid or fire rescue into the scene.So we train the public works guys on how to use their big trucks to hold traffic positions until relieved by a law enforcement officer, and again, they were instrumental and vital to our plan out there, and talking about building relationships and everybody being on the same page. So that worked out really good. Small agency, limited resources. We-Bill Godfrey:Did you get any pushback from the public works guys and gals, or were they pretty excited about it?Michelle Cook:Oh, they were having a blast. We also incorporated them, just on a side note, in our search for missing people. As soon as we had a missing person call go out in the city of Atlantic Beach, our publics works people would getting notified on their phones that we were looking for missing persons, and so they would also help us look for missing people. So it was really just, you go back to, if you have limited resources, if you're in a jurisdiction then you have limited resources, there are other groups that you can pull in safely to help augment or supplement your agency.Bill Godfrey:Sure, sure.Michelle Cook:Yeah, so that...Bill Godfrey:So how did your approach ... Other than the public works, what was the big glaring differences for you implementing it at Atlantic Beach, versus implementing ASIM at the Atlantic Beach versus Jacksonville?Michelle Cook:You know, Jacksonville, there was always the potential for over-convergence just from get go, just because of the sheer number of resources in Duval County. In Atlantic Beach, it was the exact opposite. How long do we have to wait until help gets here, and then how do you manage so much mutual aid? Because in Atlantic Beach, we would have Neptune Beach, Jacks Beach, Jacksonville, Mayport police, all potentially responding, all with different communication, radio channels.And so we had to make sure that when we developed our plan in Atlantic Beach, that all those surrounding agencies knew what our plan was, so that if and when something did happen, they would know what radio frequency to go to. Where would staging be? We preset all those ahead of time so that would be no question day of, and that's the value of a smaller jurisdiction, is you can do a lot of that ahead of time.Bill Godfrey:Yeah, you really regionalized your approach, which Terry mentioned even at Brownwood and bringing some of the others in. Terry, when you went over to Seguin, what did you do a little bit differently there at that one? And talk a little bit about how you stepped outside of the city to bring in your regional partners, similar to what Michelle was just talking about.Terry Nichols:Yeah, pretty much the same thing. The good news is we had a great relationship with the fire department there. It's a larger organization. I say larger. We had 60 sworn at the time, but we're a lot closer ... San Antonio's, a rock throw away, Austin's an hour away, San Marcos is close. So we have a lot of resources, and in the Braunfels real close to us if we need them.One thing that this community had lived through was Sutherland Springs. We had first responders ... Sutherland Springs was literally 15 miles, 20 miles, from Seguin, so we had first responders that actually went down there that day. So it was very close to Seguin, meaning and close to their heart. They did not have ASIM, though. They did not have any training. Most of them had been through Alert or some level of tactical training. The tactical piece of it, the sheriff mentioned, but nobody had the management piece.So I took what I did in Brownwood, and we invested in the Counterstrike and they ran everybody through Counterstrike first. Then we brought in an ASIM advance class, and that's when we really got the buy-in. There were already a group going on countywide, they met monthly. An integrated response group, it was run by the county Fire Marshal's Office, and they would meet monthly, and they would meet, and they would sit around and talk about the same thing over and over and over. And then I became chief there, and they all look at me like, "Oh my God, look what just walked in the door. We've got somebody that"-Bill Godfrey:Fresh meat.Terry Nichols:"That knows what they're doing, that'll come rescue us." So we started getting some synergy going there with that, and then the ASIM advanced that we hosted not long before I left, we were lucky enough to get really solidified, because we filled that class. It was great to see so many people.And I got a text on July 4th from the assistant fire chief saying that, "We have a huge parade July 4th in Seguin," and that's largest one in Texas. But, just what the sheriff mentioned, they had rescue task forces stood up, an IEP, the whole thing that ... I'd been walking them through, doing this slowly, baby steps, but they had done it for the parade, and he was so proud of himself, and I'm so proud of them.He said, "Look at your legacy, what you've left behind." I was like, I didn't do anything. I just came and got the ball rolling. You guys now go with it. But it's come time for both places to test, and that I think that, we'll talk about some challenges in a minute, but it's come time to start to test it. Don't wait for game day. We need to start testing these things.Bill Godfrey:Yeah, and it's funny, both of you have talked about opportunities to exercise and practice, I shouldn't use the word exercise, but to practice some of these concepts in your special events and pre-planned events, and I know that that's a huge part of socialization and absolutely a best practice.And before I move on, I do want to comment for the audience, if you're wondering why these two both had ASIM advances, they were both leaders who contacted us and said, "If you ever have a last-minute cancellation, all I need is two weeks notice and I can make it work," and that's how both of them got ASIM classes. They picked up cancellation slots that came in from others on short notice.But sheriff, I know that you started off by doing the RTFs, and the idea of contact teams in your IEPs for special events, and for the football games, and things like that in Jacksonville, but not too long after that, you took that a step further, certainly at clay county, I know you've began incorporating some of these practices into other calls not active shooter. Can you talk a little bit about that?Michelle Cook:Sure. So it actually ... the guys in Atlantic Beach started it, and it's carried forward to Clay County, and I really think this is going to end up being a best practice. And so what we've done is, on priority-one calls, where we have an active scene that's dynamic and fluid, whoever is tactical declares tactical, and they have command of the hot zone.So whether it's a burglary in progress to a store, or a fire at a house, or a gas leak, the person that's going to drive the resources to specific tasks based on an overall strategy declares tactical, and then our incident commander goes down the road and declares command, and then supports tactical.And this is really ... like I said, this happened organically in both agencies, but I think it's going to end up being a best practice for us, is this allows the men and women in uniform to use the terminology, use the concepts, and it won't be foreign to them, God forbid, if something ever happened. So they're using it on priority-one calls now.Bill Godfrey:I think that's fabulous, and the history of the fire service, and I know we all like to make fun, the fire department will set up incident command on a barking dog call. And yeah, true, but that's actually how we got everybody to understand it. When the ICS structure first started coming out in the late 70s and then rolled into the 80s, and people started stepping up and taking notice, the way we got it indoctrinated culturally was we used it on everything.Overkill? Yeah. Was it necessary? Probably not, but did it expedite the cultural integration and locking that in? And it really did. And I know we've had some conversations about the idea of morphing the Active Shooter Incident Management checklist process into something that's a little more generic, like a generic response posture to violent events or potentially-violent events, and I wonder if you could comment on that?So on the fire service, we have alarm levels. So what we send to a residential structure fire is different than what we send to a commercial structure fire, and when we escalate that and call for more resources, and so that's that standard package. And it seems to me like there might be a real good argument and a logical application for something like that, a standard response protocol for hostile events or potentially-violent events on law enforcement. What are the two of you think about that?Terry Nichols:You know, I can agree. I think that's a great best practice, sheriff, and I commend you for it. I think Seguin, we could have certainly done that in Seguin, and hopefully a little more naturally; like you said, organically. What I think we saw that the cops have been missing, the officers have been missing, is the actual practical application of ICS. Everybody's done the 100, the 200, 300, all of the classes, and we all...Bill Godfrey:Nobody shared answers.Terry Nichols:Yeah, they never share answers, but they never seen the practical application of it, and that's what ASIM brings you, or that's what the Counterstrike tool brings them, is a practical application? "Okay, I see how this is supposed to work now," but you've got to go out and now practice it, and if you can incorporate it into your priority-one-type calls or something like that, I think that's brilliant to be able to do something like that, because it just further ingrains that it should be second nature. when the big one, when that day happens, it's already ingrained in the organizational culture.Bill Godfrey:Good point. Sheriff, what are your thoughts?Michelle Cook:You know, I would agree. The challenge we have in law enforcement is ... because every call that we go on is so different, and to broad brush, saying, "Okay, all of these types of calls, you have to do this," it can be a double-edged sword. So I liked the fact that, at least in my agencies, it happened organically, and when the troops buy in, then you don't have to ram it down their throat; it's better all the way around.But I would love to see some sort of standardization, maybe at each state level, and using the lingo of each state to implement a standard hostile encounter response, or priority-one response, or whatever you want to call it. The challenge for us is, a priority-one call can be somebody shot, to a burglary in progress, to a car crash, to ... So I like it. I'm just not quite sure on how to execute it yet.Bill Godfrey:Yeah, I think it's one of those ideas that we ... Let's face it. Both of our industries are not necessarily known for changing quickly. In the fire service, and you guys have heard me say this before, we have a saying, "200 years of tradition unimpeded by progress," and we mean that. But I think this is one of those places where it's an idea, but we need to take time. I think we need to see what begins to develop organically, what works. Where's the stickiness in an organization? What types of incidents or responses does it make sense, and where doesn't it make sense?think we just have to take our time with it, but it's an interesting idea that I want to keep talking about as we move forward. So let me ask both of you this. What, if anything, when you were implementing the ASIM process at any of either of your agencies, what caught you by surprise, or were some lessons learned, or advice that you would give to other law enforcement leaders like yourself, who are wanting to go down this path? Sheriff, you want to start?Michelle Cook:Sure. My advice would be find ASIM disciples first. Let them buy in and help sell it, versus forcing everybody to go to classes right off the bat. Understand that ASIM is a perishable skill, so if you're not using it on the street for your priority-one calls, you have to find other ways to continue the dialogue.And that can include using some of the concepts on pre-planned events. For us, it includes ... we have written out manuscripts, responses, for some of our larger churches and mall, and our personnel read them. And we got this idea from, actually, the Blue Angels, and before every flight, they sit down and they verbally talk about what they're going to do during flight. And so we sit down and we verbally articulate, "If my role is tactical, this is what I'm doing. If I'm a contact team, this is what I'm doing," and that seems to keep the skills fresh.We've also put together some PowerPoints where we have little pieces moving, kind of like the Counterstrike board moving, and then we have people talking about what's happening; again, pushing the concepts out. So my advice would be find ASIM disciples, then push it out to everybody, and then find creative ways to keep the conversation going regularly. And before we get off this podcast, Bill, I want to talk about something exciting that's happening in Clay County right now as we speak, so don't let me forget that.Bill Godfrey:Okay, I'm going to make myself a note. Terry, how about you? What were the surprises or lessons learned or advice that you would offer something to another law enforcement leader?Terry Nichols:In Brownwood, I walked into, I mentioned earlier, a, I won't say adversarial community, but everybody wasn't getting along, and I used it as a tool to bring everybody together. So I thought it was very useful that way. Now see, the fire department, they got along, but they didn't work together. They knew each other, but they didn't get ... that was it. They was the fireman, we're the police officers. But I used it as a unique tool to bring everybody together, and I thought that was unique.I agree with the disciples, or ambassadors, as I often refer to them, as somebody that will go out there and carry that brand. They're passionate about it. They're just passionate as I am, as you are, as the sheriff is, and so many other folks around. Our new ... Our. The city's new assistant fire chief is one of those ambassadors. He was a hire about eight months before I left, and he came from a neighboring agency, and he is an absolute ambassador.He told me at my retirement reception, he's like, "You're part of the reason I came over here, and now you're leaving." He's relating, "I'm passionate about this Active Shooter Incident Management stuff, and you were here, and I was like, 'All right, what a great opportunity.'" I said, "Sorry, dude, it's that time. 33 years is enough time."And I have to agree with you, we did not have the practice at either organization down, like the sheriff explained. We did not have that ongoing, and I learned that the hard way in Brownwood. When we get to that story, I'll tell you that later on, that it is a perishable skill, and you've got to figure out some ways, some unique ways, to continue to get the information out and rehearse, refresh, that going on. And with the events in Texas in the past couple months, I don't think that's going to be hard to do to get that refresher stuff going.Bill Godfrey:Yeah, do you want to go ahead and talk about what you learned in Brownwood about the retention in perishable skills?Terry Nichols:Yeah, so we ran Counterstrike. We did not have the ASIM yet, but we ran Counterstrike. Everybody through the Sheriff's Department, third-party ambulance provider, the hospital, staff attended, everybody. And then a month later, we held an exercise at the school. No SIMS, nothing like that, it was all moulage. We had actually role-players, Moulage, and the hospital was involved.So we did transports, they tested their MCI surge capability. It worked great, and I think our out-the-door time for the first patient was like 20 minutes. It was remarkable. For having only done it, and we had just trained the month before, so it was great, the sad part, we had lost an officer the week before that to an off-duty traffic collision, and I almost canceled the event simply because of that. We had a lot of trauma we were going through as an organization. We didn't, I'm glad we didn't, because it really brought us all back together focused on our mission.The next year, my intentions are always great, but you're not judged by your intention. My intention was to do followup training the following year, that spring, and do another exercise at the school, change it up slightly, and get the hospital, everybody, involved. We never got around to the refresher training. This happened, the world happened, everything happened, but we still did the exercise. My fire chief had pretty much checked out mentally. He just wasn't that engaged. Our out-of-the-building time for our first casualty was like 50 minutes. It was 50 minutes.Bill Godfrey:50? Five zero?Terry Nichols:Yeah, five zero, which, to me, was absolute failure, catastrophic failure. It's like, what happened? And it was a lack of recurring training, is what boils down to. People had forgotten their roles, they'd forgotten ... they had the checklist, they had in front of them, but they'd forgotten how to do the basic fundamental things, the basic fundamental piece of this.So the good lesson learned, keeping that buy-in from those ambassadors, especially the agency heads, I would think that I could sit across from my fire chief, and I could in Seguin, and have a very candid conversation. It was not quite that same way in Brownwood, as it turned out to be. That was part of the issue I faced.The other issue is my own, I had to own it, that I did not continue to push the training. Life happened, other things happened, and I did not make it a top priority as it should have been, and we saw the outcome of that during that exercise, and I was just as mad as a hornet. I was just absolutely furious at myself, not at the performance of my troops, because they did the best they could. It was at me for not doing that refresher training.Bill Godfrey:Powerful story. Sheriff, anything that you want to add on that before I come back to what's going on there at Clay County?Michelle Cook:I'm with Terry. This is a perishable skill all day long, and you've got to find creative ways to continue the conversations. To think that you're going to bring in a class one time, and somehow people are going to retain it, that's just not going to work. You got to continue the conversations, whether it's the Counterstrike board. For us, it's reading scripts and PowerPoints, and handling priority-one calls using ASIM concepts. Also, the preplanned events, using as many concepts as we can during the preplanned event, and that's how you keep the conversations fresh.Bill Godfrey:Yeah, I completely agree. So tell us a little bit about what's going on there at Clay that you're excited about.Michelle Cook:So really thrilled about this. We were actually having these conversations before Uvalde, and Uvalde really just cemented our commitment to them. So in Clay County, like all school districts across America, our school board came up with a reunification plan, which sounded great on paper. It looks fantastic in this big ring binder that nobody's ever going to look at. So I brought in the county emergency manager, the safety director for the school board, and the school board police chief, and said, "Guys, we have our plan, you have your plan, the schools have their plan. None of us know each other's plan."So right now, what we're doing is we're hosting, I think we're up to 51 meetings. We're bringing school administrators in; the superintendent; fire rescue; the police agency if it's in a municipality, and we bring that jurisdiction in; the school resource officers; the school board police; the safety director for the school board; my patrol division; my special events division, and my traffic division. And we'll have anywhere from 20 to 30 people in the room, and we put the school up on the board and we say, "Okay, this is Clay High School. All right, so school administrators, what is your lockdown ... what is your policy?"So they tell us what their policy is, and then we talk about what to expect from us. "You're going to have solo officer response. You may see something called a contact team. What do you ... We've made an agreement on where we're going to keep extra weapons and other items locked in the school, so where is that location? How do we turn off your alarms in your school?" And then we challenge our traffic guys, "What intersections do you have to own to lock this school down?"And then to the school people, "How are we going to ... Let's talk about reunification. What does that look like?" And then we tell them, "Hey, this is what our contact teams are going to be doing. This is what our rescue task forces are going to be doing. There's a position called tactical, and if you can find that person safely and provide information on who the suspect is, where they're at, go find that person. This is what's going to be happening at the command post."So we tell them all of that, and really, what we've done is we've taken the individual school plans, we've taken the school board police response plan, we've taken the fire response plan, we've taken our plan. We've really molded it into a document, and since I've been driving the conversations from the beginning, they're very ASIM-centric. And the documents are just a few pages, and I could literally ...We've identified, for example, all the intersections in the area that we need to control. "I'm not telling you on game day which direction to push traffic, but these are the intersections that we have to control." So we have a single sheet of paper, it lists each intersection, and then how many deputies it takes to control that intersection. So if Terry's coming in for mutual aid, and I can pull off this sheet of paper and hand it to Terry and say, "You've got traffic."So we've done this with our schools. We're about 12 or so schools in now that we've been holding these meetings, and I tell you, the sense of cooperation, coordination, the understanding of ASIM, because we tell them, "You guys locking down and us neutralizing the bad guy is really just the beginning. There's going to be so much more that has to happen," and opening their eyes of what to expect from us, what we can expect from them, and we're calling it the Clay County CHIRP plan, CHIRP, Clay Hazard Immediate Response Plan, and it just gets all the special interests together in a room to talk about each individual school individually, instead of trying to cover all the schools with one giant plan.Bill Godfrey:That is so fantastic, and more than I've heard going on in other organizations. Once again, you're always on the cutting edge of making new stuff happen. So I-Terry Nichols:It is, it's brilliant. I'm sorry, Bill.Bill Godfrey:No, go ahead, Terry.Terry Nichols:It's great. It's absolutely brilliant, it really is, especially countywide. One thing I left out of the Brownwood, the exercises we did, the school district did their own little reunification exercise once we finished. So we did our piece of it, but they had staff that was working through the summer, and they worked on their reunification process. They actually brought up school buses, and took them to another facility, and worked and walked through the standard reunification method that they utilize.So again, we did not get involved in that because we were taxed already, as far as the number of bodies we were pulling from the street through the tactical piece of all this, but they were doing it themselves. So it was nice to see them doing that. I know the superintendent out there, I know he's continuing that kind of stuff. It's very important to them. Seguin will be very similar, I'd have no doubt in my mind.Bill Godfrey:That's fantastic. So here's my last question for the two of you. Just within the last two weeks, NTOA, the National Tactical Officers Association, has announced that they're endorsing the Active Shooter Incident Management checklist as a national standard. And as I said on one of the previous podcasts, for our fire-EMS audience, NTOA is to law enforcement what the NFPA, the National Fire Protection Agency, is to the fire service. How do the two of you see that changing the conversation as we try to get people aware, trained, and implementing ASIM?Terry Nichols:It would certainly help. Having their endorsement and their stamp of approval is huge. I've been an NTOA member for years, got on their training, I've been to their active assailant training, active shooter training many years ago, back in the early days of Alert. It adds a lot of validity to it, not that it didn't already have it, because it does, but you may be reaching a whole different audience that, especially for your larger agencies that have full-time SWAT teams, and they say, "If we don't do an active shooter training, we've got this stuff done, it's gone ... y'all have to solve long before we get there."But now, they get introduced ugh, or through their structure or their training in the tactical world, they get introduced to the ASIM model and the process that way now. Again, most of the country part-time teams, collateral duty, job, that kind of stuff, but your Los Angeleses, and your New York, and your Houstons, and your Austins and Bostons, and all those big places that may not get ASIM another way, may see it this way now. So I think it's a big deal, Bill.Bill Godfrey:Sheriff, how about you? How does it change things, or does it change things, for you at home there in Clay and in your surrounding areas?Michelle Cook:I'm not sure if it changes things. It doesn't surprise me, though, that NTOA would be one of the first to step up and acknowledge this. The NTOA has trained thousands and thousands and thousands of SWAT operators and SWAT leaders, and on a SWAT call-out, there's a process. And you think about, you call the SWAT team when it's really, really bad, and the SWAT team follows a chain of command, there's one talk, there's one commander.So it doesn't surprise me that NTOA would see the value of a checklist like this, and understand that the checklist is really for those dynamic, ongoing ... those calls that are happening right then when we don't have time to wait for the SWAT team. Now, with that being said, my only concern, and this is something that, as a leader, you have to be cognizant of, is the checklist is not the answer. The answer is training with the checklist.Bill Godfrey:Yes, yes.Michelle Cook:So passing the checklist and saying, "Okay, now we have ASIM," that would be my only concern, because I'm thinking firemen are probably like this too, but cops, "Just make it easy for us. Give us a checklist."Bill Godfrey:Yeah, we're all much more alike than we would like to admit.Michelle Cook:Yeah. That would be my only caution, is that the piece of paper is not the answer. It's training to the piece of paper that will help you get to the answer.Bill Godfrey:Yeah, and I think certainly in my conversations with the NTOA leadership, I think they're keenly aware of that, and we're having some very positive conversations about things that we are hoping to do with their organization to begin to push this out. I think we're probably going to start with some webinars, some announcement material, and things like that, but obviously, we've got to get into the training. You got to get into the hands-on training.And I've said this before, and I will say it again, you can sit in a classroom and you can get lectured at, you can watch a video, but until you get up and put yourself in the moment and actually practice this under pressure, you just don't get it. You've got to give responders the opportunity to practice, hot wash it, and then let them practice again, and that's when they they build the competency.I feel like it's a little bit of a trite analogy, but I've said it before, and I don't think there's anything quite better than that, you're not going to get to the Super Bowl with one practice. You've got to practice over and over again, and in a lot of ways, the quarterback on the field is a lot like tactical triage and transport, and then the coaches on the sideline are like the incident command post.Everybody's working together, but how the heck are you going to pull that off on game day if nobody ever bothered to practice? It seems obvious, and when you break it down in those terms, everybody goes, "Oh yeah, I guess that makes sense," but making it a priority for agencies, it's tough. We got, what, 20 pounds of training requirements to fit into a one-pound day? Something's-Terry Nichols:In Texas, you're about to see that get a lot heavier, because again, after Uvalde, I think you're going to see this come to the forefront at the state level. So every state has mandated training for peace officers that we all have to go through every year. You will see we will be heavy on active shooter response, active assailant response, and it'll hopefully give those agencies that already bought in, that have ASIM training, that have the knowledge of it, to give them a chance to actually go out and practice it now, to check that box with the state, as it were.And one of my leadership mentors, Dave Anderson, he says about working out, "How can you expect to go in the gym and squat 500 pounds if you've never squatted 100 pounds? So yeah, you got to practice, practice, practice, repetition, repetition, repetition. So what you said is spot on, but we've got to ... To have a piece of paper, laminated or not, just to pull out of your zipper shirt or out of your visor, is not the answer. You've got to use it.Bill Godfrey:Or on your phone. We've got it as the phone app too. Yeah, I completely agree, and the one thing I would say, in a perfect world, we would get everybody trained so competently and so passionately, and that, God forbid, the day comes that they're called upon, they would nail it and perfect it, and that would be wonderful. But a little goes a long way. A little bit of organization, a little bit of incident management, having a handful of leadership who understands the process and understand what needs to get done, to be able to organize the rest of the troops or the mutual aid people coming in, a little can go a long way. And yes, one day I would like to believe that we'll get every law enforcement, firefighter, EMT, and paramedic in the United States fully trained and competent in this material. But in the meantime, let's do a little something, because as we've seen more than once, a failure on the incident management side can just produce an unacceptable result.Terry Nichols:It's catastrophic, it's catastrophic, and witnessed recently, unfortunately, and it just ... and you're right, small pieces, and the sheriff's got it right. She's hitting it on the head, using it the priority-one calls, and get it ingrained, indoctrinated. And before we went live and started recording, I was joking with you, Bill, about, we have so much to learn from the fire service; we, being law enforcement.Yeah, we may joke all day long about this incident command stuff. There's a cat up in a tree, and y'all set up incident command, there's no one-shot. But there's something to be said for this, and I tried it. I think both Seguin and Brownwood are better ... they are today than when I got there when it comes to this type of stuff. Not just the tactical piece of it, but the incident management piece of it. I hope they are. And it was a great challenge, and I'm an ambassador of it, and hopefully we got much more to learn, even if it's one at a time, one person at a time.Bill Godfrey:Yeah, and I think, Terry, between you and, certainly, Michelle, who is a very, very strong leader in the law enforcement community, and very sophisticated and forward-looking, I'm optimistic. I think we're going to get there. I think that this can happen, and we can get it done. And I'll share this one story with you, Terry, in fairness, coming back on the other side, because making fun of the cat in the tree, I always make fun of you law enforcement guys for the 540 degrees of coverage. I'm like, "Yeah, how does that math work? It's 360, and you start over again."And I was teaching a class one day with ... and I make that joke on a fairly regular basis, which I should have known. And one of our other instructors, Adam, he was waiting for it, and as soon as I said it, he goes, "Okay, let me explain it to you, Bill. You get in the recliner, you spin around 360 degrees, and then you pull the lever to kick your feet back and you look up over your head. That's 540 degrees of coverage," and I said, "Okay, I got it. I deserve that."Terry Nichols:I owe him a beverage. I owe him a beverage.Bill Godfrey:Sheriff, you have any other closing words or thoughts that you want to offer before we wrap up for today?Michelle Cook:Just wanted to say thank you for the opportunity, and if any law enforcement leader out there, anybody in law enforcement, is looking for any ideas, or suggestions, or support, or how to lead your organization or your agency through the the beginnings of ASIM, obviously, C3 Pathways is the expert in the training, but I can definitely help people navigate the politics of it if needed. So always available to assist.Bill Godfrey:Yeah, that's very, very gracious of you. I have a feeling we're going to have people reaching out wanting your contact information. Terry, any final thoughts?Terry Nichols:I echo exactly what the sheriff said, Bill. Thank you so much for the opportunity to come to share my story, anyway, what I've experienced, but same way. I've done it in a rural community with very limited resources, and now in a larger, not near as large as the Sheriff for Jacksonville, but in a larger agency with ... And there are politics to navigate, there are egos to navigate.Bill Godfrey:Always.Terry Nichols:They're in ... I don't have all the answers, but I'll certainly give you my experience. So yeah, C3 Pathways is the point. Anybody listening or watching, reach out to C3, and if you want to talk to me directly, obviously, Bill will gladly share my contact information, and I will answer any question with anybody at any time about any issue as it relates to this, and my successes and my obvious failures as well.Bill Godfrey:Well, Terry, Michelle, thank you both so much for taking the time out of your day. I think what you've shared can be extremely valuable to those that need to walk in the same footsteps that you guys have already forged ahead, and I just can't thank you enough for continuing to support and be ambassadors, and for the work that both of you have accomplished. So thank you for being with us today on the show. Ladies and gentlemen, that's a wrap for our show today. Thank you for tuning in, and until we talk to you next time, stay safe.

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The WAN Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 109:55 Very Popular


Save your time and sanity with New Relic at https://www.newrelic.com/wan Make compliance easy with Kolide at: https://l.kolide.co/3aPeTTR Get up to 70% off 2-year a NordPass Premium plan with an extra month free at nordpass.com/WAN with code WAN Timestamps (Courtesy of NoKi1119 - Note: timing may be off due to change in sponsors) 1:13 Intro 1:48 Superchats and bits are ignored, use merch messages 2:22 Topic #1 - OverKill computers, now with financing... 3:53 Reviewing computer projects and configurator 6:40 Project "Unknown", custom request form & pricing 8:16 Comparing to Maingear, cooling, colors & configs 12:50 Maingear's pricing to upgrade SSD 15:40 Linus's system specification, comparing to OverKill 17:02 Linus on the costs of watercooling 19:48 TikTokker compares pricing to expensive companies 22:20 OverKill's response, customers on delays & NDA 25:20 OverKill PC giveaways on patreon; is it a lottery? 26:46 OverKill sends a cease & desist to a TikTokker 27:48 Marine vet of OverKill goes on TikTok 30:32 A neutral take on the system integrator & website 32:56 Alex's notes on the topic, mentioning Intel 34:02 Topic #2 - Discord & voice chatting is now on Xbox 36:22 Luke on not supporting APIs for third-party apps 38:46 Cross-playing, browser apps are not native apps 40:02 Merch Messages #1 ft Colton 40:16 Biggest ask from the 40 series cards 42:18 Thoughts on LMG Autobench going open-source 45:30 Labs expectation, success and failure 47:02 Products besides the socks to be excited about 48:50 LTTStore Linus sandals idea 49:40 Labs data & sphere of influence 52:28 LTTStore swim trunks, a great photo shoot 55:20 LTTStore mystery cable ties, backpack reviews 59:04 Verification for the backpack 1:00:34 Merch Messages #2 1:00:44 Pick for a competition game for Whale LAN 1:03:56 LMG dedicated workshop for maker content idea 1:05:14 Unbiased benchmark reviews for vacuums idea 1:07:03 Luke's future if he didn't go to NCIX 1:10:50 Linus owes The Spiffing Brit a tea-powered PC 1:13:30 Linus not able to watch Backstreet Boys live 1:14:30 Intel ARC for Linux as a good value 1:15:56 Sponsor - Corsair 1:17:03 Sponsor - Zoho Desk 1:17:52 Sponsor - PolyArc ft Linus screwing up the spot 1:18:40 Merch Messages #3 1:19:10 What infuriates Linus 1:20:26 WAN topics that stand out, IRL rocket league 1:22:32 Linus's favorite type of cheese 1:23:48 Sponsor - PolyArc Moss: Book II on Meta Quest 2 1:24:56 Topic #3 - Hive "fights" climate change via e-waste 1:27:58 Topic #4 - FUTO on taking back control of PCs 1:30:35 FUTO's projects, GrapheneOS 1:32:36 Topic #5 - Robot dog with an assault rifle 1:35:26 Discussing modern warfare 1:36:28 Topic #6 - Emails with allegations against Linus 1:38:26 Linus's reply & his relationship history 1:44:42 Merch Messages #4 1:44:50 Plans for AddOns on the LTTStore backpack 1:46:20 Testing desk-mats & tempered glass 1:47:12 Plans to collaborate with GN & Labs 1:48:44 Display cable testing incorporated into Labs 1:50:11 Colton reads a curated message to himself 1:50:56 Favorite game franchise 1:51:48 Outro

Early Birb Briefing with Eagle Falcon
7-25-22: Overkill computers has an identity crisis

Early Birb Briefing with Eagle Falcon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 15:04


While reporting on the drama surrounding Overkill Computers, I make discovery after discovery that makes me question their management. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/earlybirbbriefing/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/earlybirbbriefing/support

TechLinked
China's 7nm chip, Overkill Computers, Amazon Doctors + more!

TechLinked

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 6:23 Very Popular


0:00 wow ok shill 0:15 China's 7nm chip 1:06 Overkill Computers scandal 2:18 Amazon acquires One Medical 3:08 PDFelement 3:42 QUICK BITS 3:47 Minecraft blocks NFTs 4:21 Meta sued by Meta 4:50 Neopets hacked 5:20 Razer Hyperpolling dongle 5:46 robot dog with a gun News Sources: https://lmg.gg/dWBnp

It's Only a Podcast - A Horror Movie Review Show
Overkill: Final Destination 5 (2011)

It's Only a Podcast - A Horror Movie Review Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 122:01


Christian and Ian can't outrun Death anymore. At the end of each Overkill episode we answer the question- are we still in on this franchise or is it overkill? We conclude our series with a bang by talking about FINAL DESTINATION 5. We discuss the incredible opening set piece, some of the best kills in the franchise, and our hopes for the eventual 6th installment. We also discuss not being fat, Wes Anderson, and the opposite of news.   We'd love to hear your thoughts, questions, or any requests you have. You can contact us at: ItsOnlyFeedback@gmail.com and on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Letterboxd.

CULT OF MUSCLE!!!!!!!!
Episode 421 - MuchMusic Dance Mix '99

CULT OF MUSCLE!!!!!!!!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 120:25


This week CD-R is feeling the rhythm of the night and all he can think about is how much he likes to move it, move it. Despite being Mr. Vein he pumps up the jam with a couple of hotsteppers in the form of the Ulli Lommel anti-Yakuza screed, Overkill (1987). Then we find out all the ways that rhythm is a dancer on Queen St. East, Toronto in the shiny shirt encrusted, club kid saturated revenge odyssey, Dark Nova (1999)  Feedback: cultofmuscle@gmail.com Facebook: facebook.com/groups/cultofmuscle Merch: redbubble.com/people/cultofmuscle/shop

Is It Hip?
Will Ferrell, CBD, Still Getting The Newspaper, "Overkill" by Colin Hay

Is It Hip?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 66:27


if you don't think will ferrell is funny you're an idiot.

The Motörcast
41: The Lemmy Hellfest statue sculptor

The Motörcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 17:11


This year at Hellfest in France a huge statue of Lemmy was unveiled as their tribute to Motorhead. On this episode the sculptor Caroline Brisset is the guest who tells the story of how it was commissioned and built. Hosted by Howard H Smith. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Legends: A Superhero Story
Issue 090: Zenith - Chapter 18

Legends: A Superhero Story

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 70:15


Our heroes are facing Death, Overkill, Concussor, Squall, and Sovereign?! Again?!?!?!Co-Creators: Chad and Jack MatchetteGame Master: Jack MatchettePlayers: Amanda Lourenço, Chad Matchette, Daniel Cardoso, and Emily MatchetteEditor: Emily MatchetteListen to “Legends: The Superhero Soundtrack” on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5mBxdCslTJ1u1aBHetIiem?si=lt4_4_RUSISSP4E1e_7HiwTweet about the show using #thelegendscast for the chance to have an NPC named after you!For our super fans who would like to help us make the show the best it can be, please consider becoming a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/thelegendscastCheck out our heroic merch here: https://thelegendscast.threadless.com/#Come hang out with us on Discord: https://discord.gg/jYpYhN3fTVFor more information head over to our website: https://www.matchplaygames.ca/Theme music by Omar Chakor (https://www.instagram.com/theorce/) through Fiverr (https://www.fiverr.com/ch6k0r)Underscoring by Sayer Roberts (https://www.instagram.com/roberts.the.sayer/) - check him out on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-135673977 and SideBiz Studio!: https://bit.ly/3kdunQJLoot Crate Use promo code THELEGENDSCAST for 15% off when you sign up!Support the show

Murder Metal Mayhem
Bonus Episode - Jon Zazula: Thrash Metal Pioneer

Murder Metal Mayhem

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 46:35


Pete, Chris, and Joey crush another bonus episode, this time with a feature on a true thrash metal pioneer, Jon "Jonny Z" Zazula.  Together with his wife, Marsha, they were groundbreaking, signing iconic bands to their label, Megaforce Records.  Bands like Metallica, Anthrax, Overkill, Testament, and hundreds more became stars in heavy metal thanks to Jon and Marsha.  The guys discuss his interesting life from the tough streets of the Bronx to his iconic rise in the world of heavy metal.Brought to you by Sik Rik Masks - check out Rick Fisher's incredible collection and order yours today!  Also, friend request him on Facebook to stay up on all the latest.Order Pete's new book, Deeper Than Dead, or Creation of Chaos III now!  Download his audiobook on Audible here.Follow Joey's Goremonger page for updates on his music and his distro, FTA Records.Go to Murder Metal Mayhem to listen to our show!Order one of the new MMM shirts with the zombie design from Jeff Gaither!Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter.Subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Infinite Plane Radio
Where's OsWaldo? Parkland Highland Psyop Overkill 7/5/22

Infinite Plane Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 119:33


Where's OsWaldo? Parkland Highland Psyop Overkill 7/5/22 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/infinite-plane-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infinite-plane-radio/support

Broken Silicon
160. Intel A380 Reviews, Nvidia Cuts Lovelace Supply, AMD Zen 4 & Phoenix Economics

Broken Silicon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 125:58 Very Popular


Intel A380 & GTX 1630 Reviews, RTX 4090 Ti Supply, Zen 4, 5950X3D, and Phoenix all get discussed! SPON: Support MLID with code “MOORESLAW” for 82% off AtlasVPN: https://atlasv.pn/MOORESLAW SPON: brokensilicon = -25% off Windows, dieshrink = -3% off Everything: https://biitt.ly/shbSk 0:00 Reesie Health Update, YouTube PSA (Intro Banter) 6:44 Early Intel Alchemist A380 Review 13:40 How should reviews treat ARC? 18:32 Nvidia GTX 1630 Reviews - You thought the 6500 XT was bad, huh? 25:46 RTX 4090 Ti Engineering Sample Cooler Discussion 37:00 Nvidia (tries to) cut Lovelace Supply as GPU Prices Crash 44:52 Will Lovelace be easier to buy than Ampere? Is Rembrandt Oversupplied? 54:47 Intel Z790 to be Revealed in 1 Month 58:01 Zen 4 on AM4? R9 5950X3D on AM4? Zen 3 on AM5?! 1:03:00 Zen 3 on AM5 Economics – AMD's secret budget weapon? 1:13:26 Does Zen 4 have Overkill Bandwidth? Are Modern interconnects Overkill? 1:17:12 AMD Phoenix Economics - will it come to AM5? 1:21:38 Valve Deckard VR with Little Phoenix? 1:24:23 The Synergy of Developing a Valve Phoenix Brick 1:34:09 Tensor Core-like Capabilities referenced in RDNA 3 Libraries 1:42:01 SPR Delays, 5.5GHz Raptor Lake, PCIe 7.0, RDNA 3 Efficiency (Wrap-Up) 1:52:12 ARM Laptops, Tech Friends (Final Reader Mail) https://wccftech.com/exclusive-intel-arc-a380-gpu-official-benchmarks-specs-and-positioning/ https://wccftech.com/intel-arc-graphics-driver-improves-synthetic-benchmark-performance-but-leaves-gaming-performance-in-the-dust/ https://www.techpowerup.com/review/gainward-geforce-gtx-1630-ghost/26.html https://www.pcworld.com/article/796635/nvidias-latest-budget-gtx-card-leaves-a-lot-to-be-desired.html https://youtu.be/ZVwmVz2KVoE https://twitter.com/chiakokhua/status/1542733213730508800 https://www.tomshardware.com/news/graphics-card-prices-july-2022 https://www.ebay.com/itm/295064838047?hash=item44b33c1f9f:g:2X0AAOSweAxiuKLW https://www.bestbuy.com/site/nvidia-geforce-rtx-3070-8gb-gddr6-pci-express-4-0-graphics-card-dark-platinum-and-black/6429442.p?skuId=6429442 https://youtu.be/lmKAHol7yV0 https://youtu.be/_EZ7184qPL4 https://videocardz.com/newz/amd-allegedly-preparing-new-zen3d-and-low-end-am4-processors https://twitter.com/Kepler_L2/status/1541905092395388933 https://www.coelacanth-dream.com/posts/2022/06/29/gfx11-wmma-inst/ https://reviews.llvm.org/D128756 https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=AMD-ROCm-5.2-Released https://twitter.com/9550pro/status/1542003665975709696?s=21&t=rM6NZ-JY27dvAp2XA4eJqQ https://twitter.com/IanCutress/status/1542829444037058561 https://videocardz.com/press-release/pci-sig-announces-pcie-7-0-specifications-up-to-128-gt-s-data-rate https://wccftech.com/amd-instinct-mi300-apus-with-cdna-3-gpu-zen-4-cpus-power-el-capitan-supercomputer-up-to-2-exaflops-double-precision/ https://twitter.com/mooreslawisdead/status/1540232764544401413 https://www.viewsonic.com.cn/products/lcd/VX2720-4K-PRO.php https://youtu.be/GNF2YMuITr0 https://videocardz.com/newz/ayaneo-next-ii-is-worlds-first-handheld-gaming-console-with-discrete-intel-arc-or-amd-radeon-6000-gpu https://www.techpowerup.com/296415/aokzoe-announces-the-a1-pc-based-handheld-console-powered-by-ryzen-7-6800u https://www.pcworld.com/article/796784/arm-promises-powerful-new-pcs-with-cortex-x3-immortalis-gpus.html https://www.androidauthority.com/arm-2023-cpu-gpu-smartphones-3178096/

It's Only a Podcast - A Horror Movie Review Show
Overkill: The Final Destination (2009)

It's Only a Podcast - A Horror Movie Review Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 112:50


Christian and Ian are constantly on the lookout for oil spills. At the end of each Overkill episode we answer the question- are we still in on this franchise or is it overkill? We talk about the franchise's triumphant(?) debut in 3D for the confusingly titled THE FINAL DESTINATION. We discuss the peaks and valleys of the kill scenes, less compelling Rube Goldberg devices, and how the hell engines are attached to cars. We also discuss jazz, Pixar's Cars, and what rating our lives would get on Rotten Tomatoes.   We'd love to hear your thoughts, questions, or any requests you have. You can contact us at: ItsOnlyFeedback@gmail.com and on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Letterboxd.

Huntsman Hill:  A Music Retrospective
EP181: Overkill "Feel The Fire"

Huntsman Hill: A Music Retrospective

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 69:19


All right donors, DONATE!!!!! With visions of high school spinning through their heads MIke & Glenn tackle this early Thrash Metal classic.  At the time of its release (in 1985) they could find no flaw in the record but does it hold up 37 years later?    Recommended Listening:   Movie  Get Thrashed  https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/amzn1.dv.gti.80b9683a-92b6-e516-7d7e-80876883455f?autoplay=0&ref_=atv_cf_strg_wb   huntsmanhill.com #huntsmanhill Spotify Playlist:  https://open.spotify.com/user/1298220429/playlist/4gy1wWwypkoFS2lUztvZ44?si=waSq07DBQlq3x9G1_nK0pg   HHPP Amazon Affiliates Store https://huntsmanhill.com/2022/06/09/hhpp-store/   Our Music manhuntsman:  https://manhuntsman.com Academy O.C:  https://academyoc.bandcamp.com/album/academy-o-c  

The Pixelated Sausage Podcast
Metal Tales: Overkill Is Just The Binding of Isaac...but Metal...and Not as Good | FIRST!

The Pixelated Sausage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022


Metal Tales: Overkill, for better or worse, is just The Binding of Isaac with a heavy metal filter over it. Does that sound like your jam? Do metal fans even use the word jam? Regardless of whether you jam or jelly, Metal Tales: Overkill does an okay job of mimicking The Binding of Isaac, but mimic Isaac is all it does and, if you ignore the whole metal thing, it's just a poor imitation of a much better game. The only standout are its boss fights, but as good as the boss fights may be, they aren't nearly enough to make up for the rest of the game's shortcomings.

Murdaugh Murders Podcast
"Overkill" : Incoming Call From Alex Murdaugh - Part Four (S01E51)

Murdaugh Murders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 57:33 Very Popular


Mandy, Liz, and the team dive deeper into the jailhouse phone calls with shocking revelations. After listening – and relistening – to hours upon hours of of tapes, we have a better understanding of how Alex's family sees this tangled web playing out in the media.  You'll hear what Alex says, and doesn't say about Maggie and Paul in heart wrenching, but very telling conversations with Buster, John Marvin and Liz Murdaugh. Plus an update on Eddie Smith's arrest, and the money laundering, drug and other charges he faces with alleged co-conspirator Alex Murdaugh. The Murdaugh Murders Podcast is created by Mandy Matney and Luna Shark Productions. Our Executive Editor is Liz Farrell. Advertising is curated by the talented team at AdLarge Media. To learn more about Life After Loss: Adjusting To A New Reality, By Luge Hardman visit: https://amzn.to/3n8X8SD Find us on social media: https://www.facebook.com/MurdaughPod/ https://www.instagram.com/murdaughmurderspod/ ** Click to ADVERTISE WITH OUR MEDIA PARTNERS AT FITSNEWS.COM ** For current and accurate updates: FITSNews.com or Twitter.com/mandymatney Support Our Podcast at: https://murdaughmurderspodcast.com/support-the-show Please consider sharing your support by leaving a review on Apple at the following link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/murdaugh-murders-podcast/id1573560247 Support the Reporting: https://www.fitsnews.com/fitsnews-subscription-options Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

IKAR Los Angeles
BEST BOOK EVER Overkill - Parshat Shelach

IKAR Los Angeles

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 11:25


Forty years in the desert?? Really?!?

Best Book Ever
Overkill - Parshat Shelach

Best Book Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 11:25


Forty years in the desert?? Really?!?

The Motörcast
40: The Video Producer

The Motörcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 31:21


Motörhead's career was long documented in video form across their career, in both promotional videos or long form live concert films. This episode's guest, Geraldine Geraghty produced a few of them and share's her memories of directing film for the loudest band on earth. Presented by Howard H Smith.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ceremonial Weigh-In
UFC Fight Night: Kattar v Emmett and PFL

Ceremonial Weigh-In

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