3 Inches of Blood
They are marked by strong influences from the new wave of British heavy metal movement. On June 2,2015, the band announced it would be disbanding following two shows, which took place on November 7 and 8 at the Commodore Ballroom in their hometown. The group initially performed with only Jamie Hooper as vocalist before the addition of Cam Pipes, Rich Trawicks roommate at the time, Steve Bays, heard the demo of the bands first recording and suggested having his long time friend Cam Pipes overdub some clean vocals to it. Their debut album Battlecry Under a Wintersun was recorded in 2002 and released in cooperation with the Teenage Rampage and it was remastered and re-released by the band under their own label entitled Minion Music. The band garnered international exposure when the bands UK distribution label decided to put them on as a slot for a tour with platinum rock band The Darkness. This exposure gained them much attention and acclaim in the world of underground metal. In 2004, Geoff Trawick and brother Rich Trawick left the following personal differences with the rest of the band.
Matt Wood of Vancouver doom/sludge/noise band Goatsblood, and Brian Redman replaced them, original guitarists Sunny Dhak and Bob Froese left the band shortly after recording in around July 2004 because they could no longer commit to touring and needed to deal with some personal matters. They were committed to a business that they had set up called Bloodstone Press and it is now defunct and together with Mike Payette and Matt Wood they founded the rock band Pride Tiger. The band plays music more oriented towards 70s guitar-driven rock bands because, as Wood stated, anyway, Im not really a metal dude. Im sure if you studied pictures of 3 Inches of Blood you could pick us out as not really belonging there and Bobby were replaced by Justin Hagberg, who had previously played with Pipes in Allfather, a black metal band, and Shane Clark. Also in 2005, Justin Hagberg recorded the guitars on the tracks Dawn of a Golden Age and I Dont Wanna Be for Roadrunner United, The All Star Sessions. In October 2006, the opened a show for Iron Maiden during the United States leg of their 2006 A Matter of Life.
The show was at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine, the band wrote their entire third studio album in Tacoma and performed their new songs at various places in the vicinity of Washington. A demo of Goatriders Horde which was recorded in Seattle in the spring of 2006 was available for streaming on Roadrunners official website. Another demo of Night Marauders appeared in the fifth Battle Metal compilation album that was released in issue 161 of the UK magazine Metal Hammer. The band toured the United States during January and February 2007 in support of Cradle of Filth with The 69 Eyes and, in March, on March 22,2007, the band was confirmed to play the second stage at Ozzfest. On April 6,2007, the website was completely redesigned
36 Crazyfists is a heavy metal band formed in Anchorage and based in Portland, Oregon. The bands name comes from the Jackie Chan film Jackie Chan and they have released seven studio albums, In the Skin, Bitterness the Star, A Snow Capped Romance, Rest Inside the Flames, The Tide and Its Takers and Castaways, and Time and Trauma. 36 Crazyfists formed in 1994 in Nikiski, the original members were vocalist Brock Lindow, guitarists Steve Holt and Ryan Brownell, bassist JD Stuart, and drummer Thomas Noonan. Holt is from Kenai, and Lindow spent much of his childhood there, Brownell and Noonan are all from Anchorage. 36CF originated from the remains of three bands, Grin and Broke. JD Stuart played in Grin, Brock Lindow in Hessian, and Steve Holt, one of the circumstances influencing the formation of 36CF was the murder of Brokes drummer Duane Monsen. On January 28,1994, Broke played a set at the Underground bar in Anchorage, that night there was an altercation between Monsen and a drunken soldier who was stationed locally at Ft.
Richardson. According to an article in the Anchorage Daily News, Monsen tried to apologize and defuse the situation, in the wake of this tragedy, Monsens friends organized a benefit concert to raise funds for his family. Monsens protégé Thomas Noonan played the drums at this show and the musicians decided that they were an excellent match, in retrospect, it became the first 36CF performance. 36CF released their first EP, Boss Buckle, in 1995 on cassette, stylistically it was Groove/heavy metal with a bit of Rapcore. At that time the local popularity was rising quickly and the tape became a rarity. On May 13,1996, 36CF opened for Primus at Egan Center in Anchorage and this concert was particularly interesting in a few ways. This was the one of the first times 36CF performed before an audience of thousands and this was the last show of Primus Punchbowl tour and the last show for drummer Tim Alexander before his first hiatus from Primus. 36CF were planning to relocate to Tacoma Washington in search of professional recording contracts when another tragedy struck, on June 16,1996, JD Stuart died in a car collision at age 23.
This was a loss for the band because Stuarts musicianship and showmanship were a large part of the bands appeal. At that time, Brownell retired from the band and the members recruited bassist Mick Whitney. 36CF relocated to the Seattle-Tacoma metro area, in 1997, the band released their second EP, Suffer Tree, on cassette. Later that year released their full-length debut CD, In the Skin
10cc are an English rock band founded in Stockport who achieved their greatest commercial success in the 1970s. 10cc featured two songwriting teams, one commercial and one artistic and Gouldman were predominantly pop-songwriters, who created most of the bands accessible songs. By way of contrast and Creme were the predominantly experimental half of 10cc, featuring an Art School sensibility, after Godley and Creme left the band in 1976, Gouldman and Stewart were the main creative forces behind 10cc. Stewart left the band after 1995 and Gouldman continues to lead a version of 10cc. Most of the albums were recorded at their own Strawberry Studios in Stockport and Strawberry Studios in Dorking. 10cc was co-managed by Ric Dixon and Harvey Lisberg at Kennedy Street, three of the founding members of 10cc were childhood friends in the Manchester area. As boys and Creme knew each other and Godley attended the secondary school. Their first recorded collaboration was in 1964, when Gouldmans band The Whirlwinds recorded the Lol Creme composition, Baby Not Like You, the Whirlwinds changed members and name, becoming The Mockingbirds.
The Mockingbirds recorded five singles in 1965–66 without any success, before dissolving, the guitarist in both The Whirlwinds and The Mockingbirds was Stephen Jacobson, brother of well-known writer Howard Jacobson. In June 1967, Godley and Creme reunited and recorded a single under the name The Yellow Bellow Room Boom. In 1969, Gouldman took them to a Marmalade Records recording session, the boss Giorgio Gomelsky was impressed with Godleys falsetto voice and offered them a recording contract. In September 1969, Godley & Creme recorded some tracks at Strawberry Studios, with Stewart on guitar. The song, Im Beside Myself b/w Animal Song, was issued as a single, credited to Frabjoy, Gomelsky planned to market Godley & Creme as a duo, in the vein of Simon & Garfunkel. Plans for an album by Frabjoy and Runcible Spoon faltered, solo tracks by Godley and Gouldman, however—both involved Stewart and Creme—were released in a 1969 Marmalade Records music sample album,100 Proof. Gouldmans track was The Late Mr.
Late, a later, Godleys song To Fly Away reappeared as Fly Away, in the debut Hotlegs album, Thinks. When Fontana left the band in October 1965, the became known simply as The Mindbenders. The band scored a hit with A Groovy Kind of Love and made an appearance in the 1967 film To Sir, with Love with Its Getting Harder All the Time and Off and Running. In March 1968, Gouldman joined Stewart in The Mindbenders, replacing bassist Bob Lang and playing on tour dates
15th Congress of the Philippines
The Fifteenth Congress of the Philippines was a meeting of the national legislature of the Republic of the Philippines, composed of the Senate and House of Representatives. The 15th Congress was officially opened by President Aquino together with the joint session of the Senate, elected July 26,2010 Deputy Speakers Lorenzo Tañada III Raul Daza Ma. Isabelle Climaco-Salazar, Pablo P. Garcia Arnulfo Fuentebella Jesus Crispin Remulla Majority Floor Leader Neptali Gonzales, minority Floor Leader Edcel Lagman, until January 20,2012 Danilo Suarez, since January 20,2012 *for purposes of quorum and voting, the vacant seat is included. Note, Doesnt include oversight committees created for specific laws, the chairs of the respective houses committees of justice shall serve as ex officio members of the Judicial and Bar Council. The Chief Justice is the ex officio chairman, while the president appoints the members, the Senate President, Senate President pro tempore and the Floor Leaders are ex officio members of all committees, the majority floor leader is automatically the chair of the Committee on Rules.
Alan Peter Cayetano of the Nacionalistas and Albay representative Edcel Lagman of Lakas-Kampi were named minority floor leaders of the Senate, Aquino announced steps to weed out tax evaders, and asked the Commission on Appointments to be easy on his Cabinet. The minority bloc filed bills to postpone the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections in October until 2011. In the Senate, Juan Miguel Zubiri filed a bill that postponed the elections until October 2012. The City Mayors League preferred postponement up to 2011, the Liga ng mga Barangay wants a 2012 election while the SK prefers any year as long as it is held in October. In the next hearing of the Committee on Suffrage and Electoral Reforms, Committee chairman Elpidio Barzaga said that Mr. This meant that any further hearings on the matter shall be suspended indefinitely, while there had been attempts in the 14th Congress, to impeach Ombudsman Merceditas Gutierrez, none of them passed the committee level. In July 2010, Akbayan Citizens Action Party filed an impeachment complain against Gutierrez, a few days in August, Bagong Alyansang Makabayan filed a separate complaint.
Both complaints were referred to the House of Representative Committee on Justice headed by Iloilo representative Niel Tupas. On September 1, the committee voted both complaints as sufficient in form, a week later, the committee voted both complaints as sufficient in substance. On September 13, Gutierrez filed a motion to the Supreme Court saying that the two complaints violated the one proceeding per year rule, the next day, the court voted to pass a status quo ante order that stopped the impeachment proceedings. The day before the committee met to continue the proceedings. The committee met anyway, and found the two complaints sufficient in grounds, on the next hearing, who had not been attending the impeachment proceeding as she had pending cases on the Supreme Court, sent a representative. Tupas headed the House of Representatives delegation that passed the Articles of Impeachment to the Senate on March 23, citing that the President needs an Ombudsman in whom he has complete trust and confidence, resigned on April 29,2011
10,000 Maniacs is a United States-based multi-platinum alternative rock band, formed in 1981, that continues to perform and release music. In 2016, the band celebrated its 35th anniversary, the band was formed as Still Life in 1981 in Jamestown, New York, by Dennis Drew, Steven Gustafson, Chet Cardinale, Robert Buck and Teri Newhouse. Gustafson invited Natalie Merchant, who was 17 at the time, John Lombardo, who was in a band called The Mills and used to play occasionally with Still Life, was invited to join permanently on guitar and vocals. Newhouse and Cardinale left the band in July, and Merchant became the main singer, the band changed its name to Burn Victims and to 10,000 Maniacs after the low-budget horror movie Two Thousand Maniacs. They performed as 10,000 Maniacs for the first time on Labor Day, September 7,1981, with a line-up of Merchant, Buck, Gustafson, Edborg left and Bob Bob O Matic Wachter was on drums for most of the 1981 gigs. In March 1982, with Jim Foti on drums, the recorded a EP album called Human Conflict Number Five.
During this time lived in Atlanta, Georgia for a short while at the encouragement of friends who said that many gigs were available there. Discouraged by the lack of gigs, and by having to sell plasma and rake leaves to buy food. At the beginning of 1983, Jerry Augustyniak joined the band as their permanent drummer, the Maniacs met Augustyniak when they played in Buffalo, New York, where he was in a punk band called The Stains. The record was received by critics and caught the attention of respected BBC Radio 1 DJ John Peel in London. One song, My Mother the War, turned out to be a hit in the United Kingdom. The band toured extensively during 1983 and 1984, and played gigs in the UK, Peter Leak, an Englishman living in New York City, became interested in the band, made contact and was made their manager. With the help of Leak and Elektra Records A & R man Howard Thompson,10,000 Maniacs signed to Elektra in November 1984. In the spring of 1985, they recorded their second album, The Wishing Chair, in London at Livingston Studios.
Though the album was not a hit, its status as the bands major label debut did win it some notice. Co-founder Lombardo left the band during a rehearsal on July 14,1986, the remaining five members started recording a new album in Los Angeles, with Peter Asher as the producer. The album originally contained Peace Train and it was removed from subsequent pressings after Cat Stevens made comments implying he agreed with a death Fatwa against author Salman Rushdie. The next album,1989 Blind Mans Zoo hit No.13 and went gold, in May 1989, the British music magazine, NME reported that 10,000 Maniacs had won the songwriter category prize at the New York Music Awards
54-40 is a Canadian alternative rock group from Vancouver, British Columbia, who take their name from the slogan Fifty-Four Forty or Fight. Coined to express the unsuccessful expansionist agenda of James K. Polks presidency, the group formed in 1981 as a trio consisting of Brad Merritt, Ian Franey, and Neil Osborne. The following year, the issued the EP Selection. In 1983, Phil Comparelli was added on guitar and vocals, Neudorf subsequently was replaced by drummer Matt Johnson in 1986. The bands self-titled second album, released in 1986, began to attract attention from radio and record buyers across Canada, musician Dave Osborne and recorded with the band from 1987 to 1993. The bands third album, Show Me, became their breakthrough in Canada, with the hits One Day in Your Life. Although the band was popular on radio in the United States. It was, their album in Canada up to that time, leading to a new U. S. contract for the follow-up, Smilin Buddha Cabaret. The bands song I Go Blind was covered in the mid-1990s by American band Hootie & the Blowfish, the song appears on two compilations released by the band, 2000s Scattered and Covered and 2003s The Best of Hootie & the Blowfish.
Royalties from the Hootie and the Blowfish cover enabled the band to build their own recording studio in Vancouver, the band announced in March 2005 that long-time member Comparelli had officially passed on guitar duties to Dave Genn, formerly of Matthew Good Band. In 2010, to celebrate the bands 30 years together and almost 25 years since their first commercial album The Green Album, the first set was The Green Album from start to finish. The second set was one song from every album since, with the exception of Dear Dear where they played two songs, 54-40 performed a new song from their upcoming record, Lost In The City, which was released on June 14,2011. The Green tour was during the first few months of 2010, in late 2015, the band announced they would be releasing a greatest hits album titled La Difference, A History Unplugged. The new effort is said to feature ten of their biggest hits such as One Day In Your Life, I Go Blind, Ocean Pearl and many more. The album was released on January 8,2016, through eOne Music with a theater tour across Canada
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead
…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead are an American alternative rock band from Austin, Texas. The chief members of the band are Jason Reece and Conrad Keely, the two switch between drumming and lead vocals, both on recordings and live shows. The band is known for their wild, energetic concerts and their ninth studio album, IX, was released in November 2014. Keely and Reece have been friends since their youth, they met originally in Hawaii and they each formed their first band in 1993, soon after moving to Olympia, where Keely studied at The Evergreen State College. Keely started a band called Benedict Gehlen that lasted only a year, nancyville was Keelys next project, though it was short-lived. Reece played drums with Honeybucket and queercore band Mukilteo Fairies while living in Olympia, the two moved to Austin and started playing as a duo under the moniker You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. The band expanded to include guitarist Kevin Allen and bassist Neil Busch and they officially lengthened their name to.
And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. Conrads girlfriend from Olympia, Deanne Rowley, briefly played with them as a live back-up guitarist, according to the bands website, their name is taken from an ancient Mayan ritual chant, which shows a striking similarity to an ancient Egyptian chant. This explanation, however, is said to be merely an ongoing joke, by 1995, they had issued their first release, followed by another self-titled four-song cassette on Golden Hour, and in January 1998 a self-titled full-length on Trance Syndicate. Trail of Dead soon moved on to Merge Records after the Trance label folded, the band released Madonna on Merge in late 1999, and toured the U. S. opening for labelmates Superchunk to promote it. They signed to Interscope Records and released the Relative Ways EP in 2001 and their following tour was chronicled by Rolling Stone, with Andrew Dansby commenting on their group dynamic as a post-punk Voltron, that just might be the most exciting unit working today. A follow-up EP to Source Tags & Codes was released in April 2003, the EP featured contained the electronic track Intelligence which featured, and was co-written by, Tyler Jacobson from A Roman Scandal, Reeces other band.
In July 2004, it was announced that Neil Busch had been removed from the band, second drummer/percussionist Doni Schroader joined the band around this time. Trail of Dead released Worlds Apart on January 25,2005, music videos were filmed for singles And the Rest Will Follow and Caterwaul. The band added live keyboardist David Longoria to their touring lineup, now a six-piece, the band toured heavily on the album, with its trademark explosive live performances and a two-drummer attack. Opening for part of tour was Longorias band The Black. The bands fifth album, So Divided, was released on November 14,2006, Clay Morris replaced Longoria as live keyboardist, and eventually became a full-time member. In late summer of 2007, the Trail of Dead once again toured Europe, Danny Wood was absent from these performances, having quietly left the band
10,000 metres world record progression
The official world records in the 10,000 metres are held by Kenenisa Bekele with 26,17.53 minutes for men and Almaz Ayana from Ethiopia with 29,17.45 minutes for women. The first world record in the mens 10,000 metres was recognized by the International Association of Athletics Federations in 1912, the first ratified record, Jean Bouins time of 30,58.8 minutes, had been run the year before. As of June 21,2009,37 mens world records have been ratified by the IAAF in the event, the first world record in the womens 10,000 metres was recognized by the International Association of Athletics Federations in 1981. As of June 21,2009, eight world records have been ratified by the IAAF in the event. A Howitts time was recorded at the point of 10,186 m, B Georges times were recorded at the 6.25 miles point. Auto times to the hundredth of a second were required by the IAAF for events up to, Henry Ronos 27,22.4, timed to the hundredth at 27,22.47, was not adjusted from 1981
3 Doors Down
3 Doors Down is an American rock band from Escatawpa, that formed in 1996. The band originally consisted of Brad Arnold, Todd Harrell, and they were soon joined by rhythm guitarist Chris Henderson. The band rose to fame with their first single, Kryptonite. The band signed with Republic Records and released their album, The Better Life. The album was the 11th-best-selling album of the year and was certified 6x platinum in the United States and they were joined by drummer Richard Liles, who played during the tour for their first album. The band toured extensively for two years, Daniel Adair played drums on tour from 2002 to 2005. This configuration played nearly 1,000 shows across the following the release of Away from the Sun. In 2005, Greg Upchurch joined to play drums to replace Adair,3 Doors Down released their third album, Seventeen Days in 2005. The album debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200 chart and was certified platinum one month of release. Their fourth, self-titled album,3 Doors Down, debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200 chart, the bands fifth studio album, Time of My Life debuted at No.3 on the charts.
Original guitarist Matt Roberts departed in 2012, owing to health issues and he was replaced by Chet Roberts, who was formerly Hendersons guitar tech. Harrell was fired from the band in 2013 after being charged with vehicular homicide, worldwide,3 Doors Down has sold more than 20 million albums. The band originally consisted of Brad Arnold, Todd Harrell and Matt Roberts, the band began to tour outside Escatawpa, and it was during a trip to Foley, Alabama that they came up with their official name. When the three men were walking through the town, they saw a building where some letters had fallen off its sign, since at the time they consisted of three people, they added the 3 to create 3 Doors Down. The cover of their 2011 album Time of My Life hints at the number of band members and current band members. A couple of years performing together, Todd Harrell asked rhythm guitarist Chris Henderson to join the band. They recorded a demo CD of their songs at Lincoln Recording in Pascagoula. When the band gave the CD to local radio station WCPR-FM they started playing the EP version of Kryptonite, the stations program director sent the song to manager Phin Daly who in turn showed it to Bill McGathy, his employer at In De Goot Entertainment