Diego Mainz

Diego Mainz García is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a central defender. He spent most of his 15-year professional career with Rayo Vallecano and Granada, appearing in 171 competitive matches with the latter club and totalling La Liga 129 games with both. Born in Madrid, Mainz started his career at local Rayo Vallecano, going on to collect 36 appearances in La Liga, his first being on 27 October as he played the full 90 minutes in a 2–1 home win against Deportivo de La Coruña. In summer 2007, as the capital side had slumped to the third division, he joined Albacete Balompié in the second level. After two seasons as first-choice, Mainz was bought by Italy's Udinese Calcio, but was transferred back to Spain with lowly Granada CF – eight other players made the same season-long move, after the two clubs' partnership agreement. With the Andalusians he established himself as an important player, helping to consecutive promotions in his first two seasons. Mainz, who acted as captain when available, scored his first goal in the top flight on 20 March 2012, but in a 3–5 away loss to FC Barcelona.

He finished the campaign with 21 appearances in 1,780 minutes, to help his team retain their league status. During 2014–15, Mainz netted three times in his own net, he added a further three in the other end and the Nazaríes again managed to stay afloat. Mainz played once with the Spain under-21 team, featuring the second half of the 3–0 friendly win over Slovenia in Ourense. Diego Mainz at BDFutbol Diego Mainz at Futbolme Diego Mainz at Soccerway Diego Mainz at

Night of the Hunter (Thirty Seconds to Mars song)

"Night of the Hunter" is a song by American rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars, featured on their third studio album This Is War. Written by lead vocalist Jared Leto, the song was released as the fifth and final single from the album in 2011; the track was produced by Flood, Steve Lillywhite and 30 Seconds to Mars, was inspired by Jared and his brother Shannon's youth in Louisiana. The song was written by Jared Leto, with him playing lead guitar, Tomo Milicevic playing the bass guitar, Shannon Leto on drums. Jared Leto said the following to MTV News: My brother and I were born in Louisiana, we had a single mom... who, at the time, was a high school dropout living in the South didn't have much in terms of materialistic things. And although we moved out of the South when we were kids — you know, we joke we kind of climbed out of the muddy banks of the Mississippi River with food stamps in one hand and our instruments in the other — our mother helped carve a new life for us, and I think. Lead guitarist Tomo Milicevic said the following about the song to Music Radar: This is a special song for me because I think it's one of the most unique-sounding songs on the record, it's one which gives our listeners a hint at where the band will be going in the future.

I think it's a great example of Flood at his absolute best. He pushed us to take chances and go from a whisper to a scream here, meaning that dynamically we start out with nothing and wind up with the most massive production you can imagine. It's a real experience one designed for good headphones. In an interview with MTV, Jared Leto said the following about a potential video: I would love to make a video for'Night of the Hunter,' because I think it's one of the most cinematic songs on the record. However, he said the following: I would love to make another video, but I think if we did make another video, it would kill me, because I've been making videos for the past 18-20 months. I may have to check myself in for some time away if I do another video. In an interview with MTV, Jared Leto said the following about the release of the song: We never thought this would happen, but we think it's going to be our next single in the States. There's always a song that fans latch onto, that the listeners.

Fans always mention this, but people didn't quite think that this was the one at the time — some of the people at the record company or at radio stations — but they've warmed up to it, now it's fun to have a song that's eclectic and different to be a single. The song impacted radio on May 17, 2011. On September 18, 2012, a remix of "Night of the Hunter" by the band's drummer Shannon Leto was released as a digital single. Speaking about the remix, he said: "'Night of the Hunter' is one of my favorite songs to play live with my band and I wanted to reinvent it, to shed a different light on it by bringing a dance element to it." Credits adapted from This Is War liner notes. Performed by 30 Seconds to Mars Written by Jared Leto Published by Apocraphex Music /Universal Music - Z Tunes, LLC Produced by Flood, Steve Lillywhite, 30 Seconds to Mars Recorded by Ryan Williams, Matt Radosevich at The International Centre for the Advancement of the Arts and Sciences of Sound, Los Angeles, CA Additional engineering by Tom Biller, Rob Kirwan, Jamie Schefman, Sonny Diperri Mixed by Ryan Williams at Pulse Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA Additional strings orchestrated and recorded by Michael Einziger at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Marcussen Mastering, Hollywood, CA Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics