Views:142095|Rating:4.16|View Time:40:16Minutes|Likes:707|Dislikes:143 John Heinerman tells of his involment with John Brewer, who found an ancient tomb in central utah that housed two giant mummies in stone sarcofiguses. This tomb also contained ancient records written on gold, lead, copper, and stones. These ancient records were stored in stone box’s covered with cedar bark and pine pitch. The AHRF had some carbon dating done on the bark that covered one of the box’s. The date came back at 50 to 350 BC.
This video shows our report on the carbon dating of this stone box
Armed with this information I decided there was enough information to support this story so I went searching for anyone and anything that had to do with this find. This video is the story of just one of the people involved in this story.
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Views:250862|Rating:4.52|View Time:3:39Minutes|Likes:857|Dislikes:91 This is a very quick tutorial on how to use Google Earth to find awesome metal detecting sites. It focus on the Time Bar and the “roads” section. I am currently using it to study an empty field where an old nursing home used to be.
Views:5023|Rating:4.50|View Time:13:38Minutes|Likes:9|Dislikes:1 Lady Luck and I took our little dog and our Minelab Etracs to a old military base not far from our house to do some coin, jewelry and relic hunting. Our first metal detecting video. Enjoy!
Views:77|Rating:5.00|View Time:5:57Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Watch The Children Pray. Mike Howe on vocals, Kurdt Vanderhoof on guitar, Steve Unger on bass, Rick Van Zandt on guitar, and Stet Howland (ex. W.A.S.P.) on drums. Thanks for watching! Please like and subscribe!
Views:53950|Rating:4.79|View Time:9:29Minutes|Likes:1337|Dislikes:60 “For the wages of sin is death; But the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord” – Romans 6:23
“If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.”
On this hunt I explored a few new locations and also went back to The School House. It’s always exciting to come across old home sites while exploring in the woods. I thank the Lord for allowing me to find the silver dime and relics on this hunt. Hope yall enjoy the video, I will try to have some more up soon.
Thanks for Watching and God Bless!
“So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.” – 1 Corinthians 10:31
Views:45822|Rating:4.87|View Time:4:51Minutes|Likes:1157|Dislikes:30 At the very beginning of 2018, Sunn O))) co-founders Stephen O’Malley & Greg Anderson set out on a path toward a new album production. They were both determined to create new music and a new method of working in the studio, without forgetting the long and proud history of production and studio accomplishments forged during their first two decades of existence (and the members’ own musical experiences out of the band’s). One long term goal was completely clear: to record Sunn O))) with Steve Albini in his Electrical Audio studio. Steve took the call, said “Sure, this will be fun. I have no idea what is going to happen.”
Greg and Stephen gathered twice that spring for writing, conceptualising and riff woodshedding in the very building where the band was formed: Downtown Rehearsal in Los Angeles. Sonic cosmoses, flashes of abstract colour (synthetic and objective) and themes emerged from the mastered depths of saturation and circuits between the two players and their mountains of gear. Themes developed in terms of brightness and energy, while visionary cues pointed toward subconscious areas of practice and the pair realised they were exploring other zones of consciousness via sound/time and sound/energy manipulation. In early summer a pre-production session with full backline, as a trio with T.O.S. on Moog, was recorded at Dave Grohl’s 606 studios, Northridge, California.
In July 2018, Sunn O))) spent just over two weeks in Chicago at Electrical Audio (Studio A) with Steve Albini at the helm. The results are astounding: there is breadth and luminosity of colour, it sounds vast. The sessions were impeccably recorded, authentically represented and completely accurate. The spectrum cracked the firmament open in clarity. An all analogue technique was used, they recorded and mixed on tape, providing a creative gateway for Sunn O))) to evolve their production methods into stronger, confident, performance based and a more logical executive process. The album was mastered and lacquers cut from tape in October by Sunn O))) ally Matt Colton at Alchemy in London. The LP version is a AAA album, recorded and mixed on tape via a completely analogue production, from the input of the band’s amplifiers and the air coming off the speakers in front of the microphones to needle touching the pressed vinyl on your turntable.
Continuing one of the main currents of the Sunn O))) concept, depth of exploration within collaboration, brought forth Hildur Guðnadóttir to the Sunn O))) constellation. Hildur is a sometime live collaborator of Sunn O))) and a renowned film music composer, former member of the bands Múm, Pan Sonic and Angel. She was a long time collaborator with the composer Jóhann Jóhannsson (RIP). Hildur lent her incredible attitude, as well as her voice, breath and electric cello, and the enigmatic haldorophone to the proceedings, culminating in the epic composition/concerto “Novæ”. The cosmos clearly expands.
Tim Midyett, a close friend of Greg and Stephen since the Seattle days of the early 90s (and member of Silkworm, Bottomless Pit and Mint Mile), joined in a foundational role tying earth to sound with wicked performances on aluminium neck bass and baritone guitars: instruments he helped pioneer playing back in the 90s (alongside Steve and Shellac of course). Dark matter is reality.
Prolific new music composer Anthony Pateras arranged and recorded an incredible contribution of pipe organ for a piece titled “Troubled Air” (titled after an essay by author Aliza Shvarts, who also penned the liner notes for Sunn O)))’s Kannon) at Schlosskappelle, Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart. String theory of space.
The resulting album is titled Life Metal. It is fully realized and completely real. The record was produced by the core of Stephen & Greg & arranged by the greater constellation Sunn O))). Paintings by visual artist Samantha Keely Smith graciously adorn the sleeve and provide a perfect suitable mask to the proceedings. They collide ideas of 19th century romanticism & late 20th abstract expressionism (mysticism) with Sunn O)))’s approach to metal (via reference points of Arbo, Turner, Delville, Richter, Turrel, Wou-Ki). Photographer Ronald Dick shot them in baths of light colour representing depth of sound pressure in the work.
Views:158|Rating:5.00|View Time:54Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 SUNN O))) Announce new album Life Metal + US Tour Dates In April + trailer!
SUNN O))) is pleased to present Life Metal, their first new studio album in four years, due for release on Southern Lord Recordings in April 2019. The album will be supported by their first US tour since 2017 and the premier US tour of their 2019-2020 season, including stops at The Masonic Lodge in Detroit, Howard Theatre in Washington, DC, Agora Theatre in Cleveland, Rockefeller Chapel in Chicago, The Caves in Pelham, and Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn. Dates and details can be found below, with more info to surface soon.
SUNN O))) Let There Be Drone (Multiple Gains Stages):
2/28/2019 Mousonturm – Frakfurt, DE [info]
3/01/2019 Orpheum – Graz, AT @ Elevate Festival [info]
3/02/2019 Divadlo Archa – Prague, CZ [info]
3/03/2019 Kampnagel – E. Hamburg, DE [info]
3/04/2019 Paradiso – Amsterdam, NL [info]
3/06/2019 L’Epicerie Moderne – Lyon, FR [info]
3/07/2019 L’Autre Canal – Nancy, FR [info]
3/08/2019 La Vapeur – Dijon, FR [info]
3/09/2019 QuasaRites Day/Le 106 – Rouen, FR [info]
3/11/2019 Le Temps Machine – Tours, FR [info]
3/12/2019 Stereolux – Nantes, FR [info]
3/13/2019 La Sirene – La Rochelle, FR [info]
3/14/2019 Le Rocher de Palmer – Bordeaux, FR [info]
4/17/2019 Agora Ballroom – Cleveland, OH
4/18/2019 Masonic – Detroit, MI
4/19/2019 Rockefeller Chapel – Chicago, IL
4/20/2019 The Caverns – Pelham, TN
4/24/2019 Underground Arts – Philadelphia, PA
4/25/2019 Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY
4/26/2019 College Street – New Haven, CT
4/28/2019 The Howard – Washington, DC
Read a new interview with SUNN O))) and watch the Life Metal teaser now via Stereogum.
Tim Midyett, a close friend of Anderson and O’Malley since the Seattle days of the early ’90s, and member of Silkworm, Bottomless Pit, and Mint Mile, joined in a foundational role tying earth to sound with wicked performances on aluminum neck bass and baritone guitars: instruments he helped pioneer playing back in the ’90s alongside Steve and Shellac of course. Dark matter is reality.
Prolific new music composer Anthony Pateras arranged and recorded an incredible contribution of pipe organ for a piece titled “Troubled Air” (titled after an essay by author Aliza Shvarts, who also penned the liner notes for SUNN O)))’s Kannon LP), at Schlosskappelle, Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart. String theory of space.
The resulting album is titled Life Metal. It is fully realized and completely real. The record was produced by the core of O’Malley and Anderson and arranged by the greater constellation SUNN O))). Paintings by visual artist Samantha Keely Smith graciously adorn the sleeve and provide a perfect suitable mask to the proceedings. They collide ideas of 19th century romanticism and late 20th abstract expressionism (mysticism) with SUNN O)))’s approach to metal (via reference points of Arbo, Turner, Delville, Richter, Turrel, Wou-Ki). Photographer Ronald Dick shot them in baths of light color representing depth of sound pressure in the work.
Life Metal Track Listing:
1. Between Sleipnir’s Breaths
2. Troubled Air
There is a second more meditative LP titled Pyroclasts, also recorded by Steve Albini in parallel, and which will be revealed in the autumn 2019 with all music performed by Stephen, Greg, T.O.S., Tim Midyett, and Hildur Guðnadóttir. Further details will be released later.
Views:211243|Rating:4.58|View Time:3:28Minutes|Likes:459|Dislikes:42 17 concrete trucks (170 yards) and a concrete pump truck = 8000 square feet of slab. Thanks to Beaver Lake Concrete, Brundage Bone, and the concrete guys for the hard work. The building came from in AR. The ceiling height inside at the peak is 22′. The sidewalls are 16′ tall. The end walls have a 8′ overhang and the sidewalls have a 10′ overhang.
Views:6847|Rating:4.79|View Time:11:21Minutes|Likes:115|Dislikes:5 Metal Detecting City Park and Sports Field Video – March 2017.
Live metal detecting hunt at old city park and sport fields.
Started my day at a large sports field park then moved over to one of the older city parks near me. The city park dates back to the establishment of the town in 1871 and was one of two originally planned parks. It has been here for along time and is very popular with our community. I am sure it has been hunted well over the years but no park is ever fully hunted out so I thought I would go see what this park had to offer up to me today.
Clad, jewelry, headstamps, bolts, foil, pull tabs, thingamabobbers, and squirrels. You’ll get it all right here…. enjoy!
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Views:9773|Rating:5.00|View Time:19:30Minutes|Likes:97|Dislikes:0 In this video the fellas and I are out exploring another vanished ghost town. All that is left standing is one house and a few outbuildings. Right alongside a railroad, this little town once had a hotel, store, post office, a mill and several residences. It also hosted an old train depot.
This is our first (of hopefully many) trips to this property. This time we were using a Garrett AT Pro, Minelab Safari, Fisher F19, and Scrap Iron was testing out the new XP Deus metal detector.
Since the field was plowed we decided to metal detect it. We spent a few hours but could have spent a few days detecting the field alone.
Supposedly this property has been metal detected before, but I never let that phase me when detecting. There were several items we did found, that if the property were “hunted out”, would not have been there. Including an old ring, an 1890’s Indian Head Penny, several wheaties, and large chunks of lead and iron.
Whoever hunted this property before either had poor metal detectors or did a quick job of it (or both). We found TONS of targets. Another thing to consider is: How experienced were the other detectorists? If they had poor detectors and didn’t know how to use them properly, then you can simply thank them for removing all of the aluminum, clad, and junk so you can come in and find the goodies! Sure, they may pop off some silver every once and a while but harder targets will confuse them and their detectors and after two hours of digging pieces of foil, they will start ignoring them and thus pass over some sweet targets.
Moral of this story: I NEVER let someone tell me that a property has been metal detected before and let it prevent me from hunting it. I know that viewers follow us and hit our sites (sometimes without permission I might add :(. It is likely they find stuff that I missed. That is the name of the game…especially if you are hunting good sites!