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  • 01:28

    Third Eye Cinema 9/8/13 with Rick Rozz of Death and Massacre

    in Entertainment

    Third Eye Cinema: legendary death metal guitarist, Rick Rozz!As founding member and lead guitarist for Mantas and then Death alongside Chuck Schuldiner and Kam Lee, Rick set down the template for what would shortly thereafter become an entire genre.  With Kam, Terry Butler and Bill Andrews in Massacre, he kept the fires burning and crafted one of the most important and revered single albums in the history of death metal.With his thick and pummeling guitar tone and crazed whammy-bar centric leads, Rick has proved to be one of the most recognizable players in the genre, alongside such greats as James Murphy, Trey Azagthoth of Morbid Angel and Bill Steer and Michael Amott of Carcass, lending his sound and vision to the defining Mantas, Death and Massacre demos, Death's Leprosy and Massacre's classic From Beyond!After a lengthy absence from the metal scene, Rick and founding member Terry Butler have reunited, delivering a molten slab of punishing death metal that picks up where they left off in 1991!Join us as we speak to the one and only Rick Rozz, only here on Third Eye Cinema!http://www.facebook.com/ThirdEyeCinemahttp://thirdeyecinema.wordpress.com/

  • 00:15

    Desiree Doubrox interviews Skychick, Ramona Cox

    in Business

    Ramona Cox, also known as Skychick, is a world-class adventurer. She is
    best known for her 3-month SOLO flying adventures into some of the most
    remote and challenging off-road airports in North America. Packing her
    airplane with a kayak, motorized bike, solar-powered mobile office,
    satellite phone and weapons, she has dodged bear and mountain lion while
    exploring extreme wilderness areas.

    Aside from flying, Ramona is one of few civilian female pilots qualified to
    fly in a tight (Blue Angels) style formation. As an underwater videographer
    and digital editor, she has traveled the world to film unusual sea life
    including schooling hammerheads in Costa Rica, whalesharks in the Galapagos
    and giant mantas in Micronesia. She produced two DVD's on Aviation in China
    and has been featured on Time Warner Cable, CNN, America Online and in
    numerous newspaper and magazine publications.

    As a professional speaker, she uses her adventures as a metaphor to
    overcoming the challenges of daily life. Having lost her mother to cancer
    at the age of 10, Ramona learned early on that each moment is precious and
    has spent her life encouraging others to pursue their passions and live
    their dreams. Ramona is a Board member of the Aero Club of Southern
    California and has raised thousands of dollars for the American Cancer
    Society and Redondo Beach Wellness Community. For a sneak peek into the
    world of adventure, check out her website at: www.skychickadventures.com

    Check her out! http://www.skychickadventures.com/gallery/1/slideshow.htm?1-true

    Meet her on Sunday, R.S.V.P. www.AnEmpoweredWoman.com/SecondSunday

  • 00:16

    Desiree Doubrox interviews Skychick, Romona Cox

    in Business

    When they say the sky's the limit, here's a member who lives it. Ramona Cox, also known as Skychick, is a world-class adventurer. She is best known for her 3-month SOLO flying adventures into some of the most remote and challenging off-road airports in North America. Packing her airplane with a kayak, motorized bike, solar-powered mobile office, satellite phone and weapons, she has dodged bear and mountain lion while exploring extreme wilderness areas.

    Aside from flying, Ramona is one of few civilian female pilots qualified to fly in a tight (Blue Angels) style formation. As an underwater videographer and digital editor, she has traveled the world to film unusual sea life including schooling hammerheads in Costa Rica, whalesharks in the Galapagos and giant mantas in Micronesia. She produced two DVD’s on Aviation in China and has been featured on Time Warner Cable, CNN, America Online and in numerous newspaper and magazine publications.

    As a professional speaker, she uses her adventures as a metaphor to overcoming the challenges of daily life. Having lost her mother to cancer at the age of 10, Ramona learned early on that each moment is precious and has spent her life encouraging others to pursue their passions and live their dreams. Ramona is a Board member of the Aero Club of Southern California and has raised thousands of dollars for the American Cancer Society and Redondo Beach Wellness Community. For a sneak peek into the world of adventure, check out her website at: www.skychickadventures.com