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Overlord SR formed in Fayetteville, NC in 1980, and became the first NC metal band to get signed. Their song 'Keeper of the Flame' appeared on Metal Blade's compilation album, Metal Massacre, Volume VIII. They have toured with great bands such as Kix, Slaughter, Warlock, Leatherwolf, Skid Row, and the legendary Savatage.
The band has signed with Heavy Forces Records with the release of 'Medieval Metal Days: The Demo Years.' They have finished new material for their next studio release called 'Still Standing,' and are shopping for a label to release it under.
Overlorde SR joins us to talk about the band and its history, and future plans, as well as to let us hear some of their badass music.
Granted the VocalizeU Art Intensive scholarship of 2012 and California’s 2013 Hard Rock Battle Of the Bands finalist, a native of Australia, Sarah D has chosen to come to Los Angeles in pursuit of her aspirations of musical success. With performing shows all around Southern California, her popularity is growing! She's a singer/songwriter. Her EP, OVER YOU, is now on iTunes and http://sarahdofficial.com/ -- Hosted by Tammy McKinley Weston.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec welcome Dennis Krause (Time Warner Cable SportsChannel and Packers Radio Network host) to talk about the Green Bay Packers as they begin training camp. What should we look for early in camp? Who are the players to watch? Can the Packers improve on the defensive side of the ball? These are some of the questions that we will ask Dennis Krause. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas - Training camp is just days away.
Guest: George Rodriguez, conservative activist and spokesman, joins me for the latest from the US-Mexico border.
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Are we seeing the next big internet bubble.
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Verizon wants to follow you everywhere.
The cellphone company is giving out invisible points to track your movement say they can sell your movements to advertisers.
An app that send the message ‘yo’ has somehow received 1.5 million from investors.
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Are we seeing the end of the 8 hour work day? A state prison in wisconsin aisnow scheduling 12 hour work days in an effort to save money.
Does a University have the right to investigate the claim of rape.
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male students are now filing lawsuits against Universities, saying they are not being treated equally.
Detroit is talking about cutting back on workers pensions.
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Carlos Roncal, CEO of World Language Schools in Dallas, TX. We will discuss the value of speaking a second language in today's marketplace.
Carlos Guedes, a Dallas musician. We've been featuring Carlos' music on the show.
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BOBAFLEX is known as one of the hardest working bands in the country. Renowned for their high energy, live shows and relentless touring the band was formed in 1998 by brothers Shaun and Marty McCoy. The brothers are known for their ancestral ties to the most infamous family feud in American history between the Hatfield and McCoy. The interest of the feud has spurred of late a mini-series, many documentaries and an upcoming modern day version series debuting this Fall. BOBAFLEX released their 6th album CHARLATAN’S WEB on BFX RECORDS on September 10th. The long anticipated follow up to 2011’s HELL IN MY HEART that featured the singles BURY ME WITH MY GUNS ON, CHEMICAL VALLEY and THE SOUND OF SILENCE. The first single off the album BAD MAN peaked at #32 on the charts and their new single I'M GLAD YOU'RE DEAD is off to a better start. The band consisting of brothers, Shaun (vocals, guitars) and Marty McCoy (vocals, guitars), Jerod Mankin (vocals, bass), Tommy Johnson (drums) and newly added David Tipple (guitars) will be bringing their tour from coast-to-coast in support of the new album and single, BAD MAN hitting the airwaves in July. Their catalog is rounded out by PRIMITIVE EPIC (2003) on Eclipse Records; APOLOGIZE FOR NOTHING (2005) and TALES FROM DIRT TOWN (2007) on TvT Records and CHEMICAL VALLEY (2010) which they self-released. The band is not dreading on the past anymore as they embattled a troubled label, legal battles and just looking ahead to the future. For more information, visit www.theofficialbobaflex.com
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