2010 debut from this all-star Metal project led by Richard Christy, formerly the drummer for Death and Iced Earth. Charred Walls of the Damned features some of the most talented musicians in the world of Metal. Included in this musical collective is famed producer, Jason Suecof, Tim 'Ripper' Owens and Steve Digiorgio.
When you put together remarkable musicians who can write compelling songs filled with potent riffs, spell binding solos, and captivating vocals you get an outstanding album. Let this majestic composition of stalwart metal fill you with the glory and eternal power of heavy music.
This DVD was recorded live on 19th December, 2001 at the Brixton Academy, London - an exclusive live performance by the Heavy Metal legends - rare concert footage of this show featuring an extended set of many Priest classics as well as material from their latest album Demolition. Also, rare backstage footage, the band during sound check, being interviewed and travelling the world - this package is a must for every Priest and metal fan on the planet!
A lawman fed up with the corruption in Apartheid-era South Africa takes to robbing banks in this gritty crime drama from writer/director Bronwen Hughes. The title Stander refers to Andre Stander (Thomas Jane), an ambitious second-generation policeman whose strategies and experience make him the perfect candidate for commander. But when the privileged Stander is chosen to direct the police force against a brutal, majority-led uprising in Soweto, he becomes so disgusted with his actions that he decides to undermine his own authority as an officer. His means for doing so is to moonlight as a bank robber, partly out of disgust for the force and partly as an adrenalin-fueled act of deception. After pulling more than two dozen heists, Stander is caught – but it isn't long before he breaks out of jail, and fortified by two hardened-criminal pals, Lee (Dexter Fletcher) and Allan (David Patrick O'Hara), he resumes his anti-authoritarian crime sprees. Stander premiered at the 2003 Toronto Film Festival.