Sunday Metal – Metallica (well, Robert Trujillo)

More Robert Trujillo.

This is “Call of Kutulu” from Copenhagen, February 2017

Sunday Metal – Metallica

Metallica – Orion. Berlin, June 2006.

Sunday Metal – Pantera

Old footage from 1991 of a live Pantera performance.

Sunday Metal – Motörhead

An interesting performance from Motörhead… 1987, some French TV show. And… it’s a faked performance.

Go figure. 🙂

Sunday Metal – Slayer

Last week, a show from Slayer’s final tour.

This week, one of Slayer’s earliest shows from 1983, including “rare” and early songs. I mean “Assassin” is totally channeling Judas Priest (no surprise for Kerry & Jeff).

Plus at about 43 minutes in, some rehearsal recording (apparently in Tom’s garage).

The Importance of the First Shot

It is funny how this turned out to be an unintended theme of TacCon21. But the importance of the first shot cannot be understated. As Claude stated:

“In a gunfight, the shooter who first scores a hit above the diaphragm of his opponent is the one who seizes the initiative in the incident. Making a good hit with the FIRST SHOT fired is key to seizing the initiative and then retaining it until the incident is over. No one’s performance improves after he gets shot in a vital area.”

Hrm. This gives me something to add to my exploration of “minimum competency”.

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#fridayfundamentals

Some principles are just as fundamental as is technique. One of the unintentional themes of the 2021 Tactical Conference was the importance of the first shot. One class even had that as its title. Several other instructors touched on it as part of their classes and presentations.

Rolf Penzel and Mike Treat titled their class Making the First Shot Count.

John Murphy made the comment “It’s not a ‘one shot drill,’ it’s a ‘first shot drill’” in his class.

During his presentation Secrets of Highly Successful Gunfighters, Darryl Bolke stated “training efficiency means using the sights.”

Chuck Haggard used the term “Target Picture” to illustrate the concept of placing the sight picture on the part of the target we want to hit initially.

In his AIWB Skills class, John Daub instructed his clients to “think about where you want the muzzle to end up” at the conclusion…

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Sunday Metal – Slayer

Slayer live in Camden, New Jersey May 24, 2019 – from their final tour.

Footage and sound is quality.

Sunday Metal – Metallica (demo)

Speaking of “power metal”, here’s Metallica’s second demo, from 1982, “Power Metal”

Sunday Metal – Pantera & Slayer

A bunch of video from 1989 of Kerry hanging out with Pantera. A bunch of studio footage of Dime & Kerry jamming in the studio, then Pantera rehearsing with Kerry – playing “South of Heaven”, Judas Priest covers. Then the show.

This was “Power Metal” days.

Sunday Metal – Diamond Head

Raw footage from 1979 of Diamond Head performing “Am I Evil?”. Apparently this was the first filmed performance of the band. The sound isn’t great, but it’s a cool piece of history.