Killen is a typically low budget ’80s indie metal record cheaply recorded and hollow sounding, with lots of echo and fuzz and their tunes are pretty standard issue “true” (or perhaps that should be “tr00”) metal stuff about steel, swords, barbaric marauders and the supernatural, owing much to “epic” bands like Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath and fellow New Yorkers Manowar. I’ll admit that a couple of tracks (“Soldiers of Steel” and “Stricken By Darkness”) were somewhat cool in a chugging sort of way, but for the most part making it all the way through this 9 track album was an endurance test. Giving credit where credit’s due, Killen sounds like they had their you know what together instrumentally.
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Every good Cracked reader obviously knows their Bible, but what about the entire genre of early Christian literature that never made it into the Good Book? We’re talking about the Acts of the Apostles, which features Christ’s 12 superpowered sidekicks having insane comic book style adventures across the ancient world. Tragically, all of them (except Luke’s) were left on the cutting room floor when the official canon was compiled. And it’s a damn shame, because some of them are pretty amazing.
“He has spent a huge amount of his time in solitary confinement. He lost more than half his body weight at several junctures during that period because of the hunger strikes. He’s been force fed, with tubes forced into his nose, being strapped down to a chair, with his head and his legs also tied down.”.
Adrenaline that you get when you do sports is hard to express, but it’s a wonderful thing. Reporter: Julia “Hurricane” Hawkins and Orville Rogers. America strong. Very seriously. Food is spectacular. Particularly the fish. Also, no one really cooks you either eat out or buy pre made food from the local convenience store. Well, at least that what I do. I thought I hate it, but actually it magnificent.
References to “a dialogue on standards in order to increase trade, reduce bureaucratic obstacles and slash costs” also sound suspiciously like a revival of the problematic and highly undemocratic “regulatory cooperation” agenda from TTIP. While cooperation among regulators is not inherently a bad idea, it IS very dangerous for such cooperation to happen in the context of trade negotiations that have explicitly prioritized reducing costs for businesses over any protection of consumers or the environment. Have made clear what consumer and environmental protections they intend to undermine in the name of such “regulatory cooperation.”.