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New National Security Advisor:H. R. McMaster – an adult!

Reading Time: 2 min H.R. McMaster – general without fear or blame. (Photo: REUTERS) The appointment of the new US national security adviser is greeted with relief in Washington. The general has had an almost spotless career and a nickname that sounds more like a bookstore than a battlefield. Portrait by Hubert Wetzel Had a microphone been suspended high above Washington on Monday, it would have picked up a strange sound that afternoon. A loud, deep sigh. A sigh of relief. Far away, on his golf course in Florida, U.S. President Donald Trump had announced the appointment of retired Lt. Gen. D. Herbert Raymond McMaster as the new National Security Advisor. And in the American capital, the tension was released: thank goodness – an adult! One must, to understand this reassurance, see who McMaster succeeds; and who else was in the conversation for the post. McMaster replaces the dismissed Michael Flynn in the White House, also a former three-star general, who admittedly had distinguished himself in his short tenure mainly through dubious connections to Russia, Islamophobia and lies. Among the possible successors, in turn, was John Bolton, a former U.S. ambassador to the UN whom even friends describe as gruff and nationalistic. Measured against these people, McMaster is a surprisingly high-profile appointment. The 54-year-old Herbert Raymond McMaster – known as “H. R.” – has had a nearly unblemished career in the U.S. Army. A tank soldier, McMaster was stationed with the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Bamberg, Germany, in the early 1990s and deployed with that unit in the first Iraq War in 1991. He then held various staff positions at U.S. Central Command, the headquarters responsible for the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. McMaster has combat experience, wearing several medals of valor as well as a wounded badge on his chest – something Donald Trump is reportedly always particularly impressed with when selecting personnel.

McMaster knows what wars can do

Above all, McMaster is an intellectual who doesn’t let anyone tell him what to do. His nickname – “The Iconoclast General” – sounds more like a bookstore than a battlefield. He has already proven that he is willing to grind dogma: McMaster studied at the U.S. Army Academy West Point, then earned a doctorate in history from the University of North Carolina. In 1997, he published a work of military history that remains influential today – “Dereliction of Duty,” a study of the Vietnam War. In it, he challenged the thesis, widespread in the Army, that the civilian leadership alone was responsible for the disaster in the jungle. Instead, he accused the generals of rushing into a war that could not be won, rather than giving the president honest advice. In Afghanistan and Iraq, McMaster tried to avoid the mistakes of Vietnam and not turn civilians into enemies of U.S. troops through indifferent brutality. That has only worked to a very limited extent. After all, he knows what wars can do. And he can warn Trump. Read more

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Biography – Sleeping With Sirens

Sleeping with Sirens is a post-hardcore band from Orlando/Florida formed in 2009 by the musicians of the groups We Are Defiance, For All We Know and Broadway. The band consists of vocalist Kellin Quinn, rhythm guitarist Jack Fowler, electric bass Justin Hills and drummer Gabe Barham. In addition, since the end of 2013, Nick Martin has been active in Sleeping with Sirens as the lead guitarist, but only as a session musician. He replaced Jesse Lawson, who declared his departure in October 2013 and started a solo career in the meantime. Other notable former musicians of the band are Brian Calzini and Brandon McMaster. Calzini, who formed Sleeping with Sirens after its dispute with Paddock Park, was kicked out of the band after a few months and replaced by Quinn. He then formed the group We Are Defiance. McMaster, who was active in the band for only one year, formed the rock band The Crimson Armada. So far, the group has released three studio albums, With Ears to See and Eyes to Hear in 2010, Let’s Cheers to This a year later, and Feel in 2013, all of which were released by Rise Records. Their third studio album, Feel, charted in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia. It sold nearly 60,000 copies in its first week in the U.S. alone, making Feel the band’s most commercially successful album to date. In addition, a five-song acoustic EP called If You Were a Movie, This Would Be Your Soundtrack was released in 2012, also via Rise. As of August 2014, the group continues to work without a record label and plans to produce and release their fourth album on their own. The musical style of the group can be broadly classified as rock music. In fact, the group is a post-hardcore band of the newer school. The music also features elements of alternative rock, pop-rock and pop-punk, such as “sing-alongs”. Rather atypical for a post-hardcore band is the rare use of breakdowns. Another prominent feature is the voice of lead singer Kellin Quinn, which is tenore di grazia. The musicians write their own lyrics and are mostly about Christian themes. Sleeping with Sirens played more in North America, Europe and Australia during their career. The group has also performed in Southeast Asia. The quintet has played at the Reading and Leeds Festivals, Soundwave Festival, Warped Tour and Slam Dunk Festival. The band’s concert tours have included Dream On, Dreamer, Pierce the Veil, Emarosa, Bring Me the Horizon, Tonight Alive, Beartooth, Hands Like Houses, Memphis May Fire, The Color Morale and The Amity Affliction. At the Kerrang! Awards in 2013, the group was nominated in the category of Best Live Band, and at the Alternative Press Music Awards, which were held for the first time in 2014, the group did not win in any category in which they were nominated. History Foundation and debut album The group was formed in 2009 in Orlando, Florida by Brian Calzini as the vocalist (currently with We Are Defiance). Over time, additional musicians joined the group in the form of Kellin Quinn, Justin Hills, Gabe Barham, Brandon McMaster, Dave Aguilar, Nick Trombino, Paul Russell and Alex Kaladjian. However, Calzini, Russell, Aguilar and Kaladjian left the group again in the same year. Today, Sleeping with Sirens consists of Kellin Quinn (vocals, piano), Jack Fowler (lead guitar), Justin Hills (electric bass) and Gabe Barham (drums). The group’s musicians have since relocated to Grand Rapids, Michigan. The group is currently signed to Rise Records, where they also released their debut album With Ears to See, with Eyes to Hear. Prior to signing with Rise Records, they were signed to Tragic Hero Records. This album debuted at #7 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and ranked #36 on the US Indie chart, also on Billboard. Second album: Let’s Cheer to This On December 7, 2010, the group announced that it would produce a new album, which was scheduled for release in mid-2011. Work in the studio with producer Kris Crummett (Dance Gavin Dance, among others) began in February 2011. This album, which was called Let’s Cheers to This, was finally released on May 10, 2011. The album entered the U.S. charts at number 78 and stayed there for a week. Sleeping with Sirens toured Europe for the first time from September 25 to October 13, 2011. Along with I Set My Friends On Fire and Woe, Is Me, the group was support for A Skylit Drive. The 17-show concert tour took in Scotland, England, France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. In November and December of the same year, the band toured the U.S. as support for We Came as Romans. Other support bands on this concert tour were Emmure, For All I Am and Attila. In January and February 2012, the group toured together with The Ghost Inside, Chunk! No Captain, Chunk! and Dream On, Dreamer as support for Attack Attack! across North America. Sleeping with Sirens toured the U.S. along with I Set My Friends On Fire, The Amity Affliction from Australia and Woe, Is Me. The tour is called The Artery Foundation Across The Nation and is comparable to the Impericon Never Say Die! Tour. In October and November 2012, the group joined Pierce the Veil, Tonight Alive and Hands Like Houses on a 33-show tour of the U.S. and Canada. For the two shows in Canada, Hands Like Houses were replaced by I Am King. Sleeping with Sirens already toured the country in the summer of 2012, as they were confirmed for the Vans Warped Tour. The band was announced as a participating band in a joint confirmation wave with Chelsea Grin, Memphis May Fire and Bayside. Still on June 26, 2012, an acoustic EP was released under the name If You Were a Movie, This Would Be Your Soundtrack via Rise Records. This EP was pre-streamed via Alternative Press magazine. The EP is only available worldwide as a digital download. Nevertheless, the EP also entered the official charts. This landed at #17 and stayed on the charts for a total of six weeks. At the end of 2012, the group was nominated by the US music magazine Alternative Press in the reader voting in several categories of which only the singer, Kellin Quinn, could win in the category singer of the year. Third album: Feel In January 2013, the group went into the studio to work on the third album. The release date was set for the middle of the year. The first single, Dead Walker Texas Ranger, was already released on October 21, 2012 as a Helloween special. However, this is not included on the album. On April 23, 2013, the next single was released under the title Low. The album, which is called Feel, was released on June 4, 2013 via Rise Records in the United States. The album was finally released worldwide on June 14, 2013. It entered the British and Australian charts for the first time. It also entered the top ten of the U.S. charts for the first time, selling nearly 60,000 records in one week. It entered at number three, which is the band’s highest chart entry to date. From February 16 to 20, 2013, the group joined Pierce the Veil in Southeast Asia. The performances took place in Jakarta, Bangkok, Manila and Petaling Jaya. Back in August 2012, it was announced that Sleeping with Sirens would play through five cities in Australia in February and March 2013 as part of the Soundwave Festival. For the shows in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane, the group was set to perform on “Stage 3” with The Amity Affliction, Bring Me the Horizon, Ghost, All Time Low and Killswitch Engage, among others. The schedule for the Perth show was released a week later. The group toured the United States with Conditions, Danger Kids and Lions Lions. The group also announced plans to tour the United Kingdom and Europe as headliners for the first time in May and June. The concerts took place in Cardiff, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Nottingham, Bristol, Southampton, Norwich (all United Kingdom), Brussels (Belgium), Cologne (Germany) and Amsterdam (Netherlands). The group has also been confirmed again for the Warped Tour. The group has been nominated for a Kerrang! Award in the category of “Best Live Band.” The award ceremony took place on June 13, 2013 in London. The award went to Of Mice & Men. In October, the group toured the United Kingdom again. In September, the group played a European tour in September to present their album Feel. The tour was titled The Feel Tour. Support acts included Hands Like Houses, The Getaway Plan and The Summer Set (selected concerts). Immediately following was the Feel This Tour, which toured the United States. During this concert tour, Memphis May Fire, Breathe Carolina, Our Last Night and Issues performed as support acts. The tour ended on November 21, 2013. On October 16, 2013 Jesse Lawson announced his resignation from the band. The reason he gave in a statement was that he would like to concentrate more on his family and further develop himself musically. Lawson plans to release a solo EP under the title Chapter II, which will be financed through crowdfunding. This was released in mid-2014, and Nick Martin was added as a session musician to replace Lawson. New music On May 29, 2014, Alternative Press reported that the group is in the studio recording new song material. In doing so, the music magazine referred to a message posted by vocalist Kellin Quinn on his Twitter profile. In the meantime, the demo of a first new track has been released. The band’s first concert since the departure of guitarist Jesse Lawson took place at the Reading and Leeds Festivals. There the group also played a new song for the first time, called Kick Me. On September 18, 2014, the group is scheduled to play a concert opening for Chiodos and A Day to Remember in Chicago, Illinois. In doing so, the group will replace the British band Bring Me the Horizon. In early July, the group announced it would play five shows on the Warped Tour. Between July 23 and July 27, 2014, the group was seen in Virginia, Georgia and in Florida. On August 8, 2014, it was announced that the group would no longer be signed to Rise Records and would release the album on their own. Music Music style The group itself describes its music style as rock. In their songs, the musicians try to use as few breakdowns as possible. The lyrics are written by the band itself and written in English. Kellin Quinn’s clear vocals are reminiscent of Anthony Green from Circa Survive. The music style can be roughly described as post-hardcore. Screams and clear vocals alternate for the most part, with Kellin Quinn’s clear vocals predominating in most of the band’s tracks. The group’s music also features elements of alternative rock, pop rock and pop punk (such as classic so-called “sing-alongs”). Billboard describes the group’s music style in their band biography as a mix of metalcore and emo. Lyrics The group, which writes its own lyrics, mostly process Christian themes in their songs. For example, in an interview with the US portal AbsolutePunk.net, it was said that the album Let’s Cheers to This was originally supposed to be called Who Are You Now? which has a Christian meaning. After the musicians found out that the group The Providence had already released an album of the same name, the working title was changed to the current name of the album. The track Do It Now, Remember It Later, on the other hand, is supposed to be a kind of outstretched “middle finger” directed at all the people who rail against the band because of the musical style and lyrics. Kellin Quinn described in an interview with online music portal AbsolutePunk.net that they would not write music for others, but for themselves. “It’s about everyone’s opinion about our band. It’s the middle finger to everybody [that has a negative opinion]; we’re going to make the music we’re going to make. We don’t make music for anyone else, we make music for ourselves; if fans like to listen to it, then thats’s great — that’s the cherry on top of the cake. But I think that if you’re not making music that you want to make, then you’re not doing the right thing. So that’s what that song stands for, doing what you want to do and not worrying about what people think about you.” – Kellin Quinn in an interview with AbsolutePunk.net Tour Sleeping with Sirens are one of the few groups to accommodate acoustic sets at their gigs. According to Kellin Quinn, the group played their acoustic songs mainly after their main set at first concerts. So far, Sleeping with Sirens has performed several shows in North America, Europe and Southeast Asia. In March 2013, the group will tour Australia (Soundwave Festival) for the first time. The band has been featured in concerts with international scene greats such as We Came as Romans, Emmure, A Skylit Drive, I Set My Friends On Fire, Woe, Is Me and The Amity Affliction. The only continents the band has not toured are Africa and South America. Note: Artist or band related lyrics on this page are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike License Source and author list: Wikipedia / authors list

Sleeping With Sirens fan report: ratings and reviews

Super Event

Vienna, Flex Vienna, 22.11.2019 Very great! Awesome opening band. Good ambience

Just really cool!

Munich, Technikum, 18.11.2019 Super concert, not too many people, good acoustics, usually at least a bit many supporting bands but there is nothing the organizer can do 🙂 Also the checkroom went quickly. A little more choice of soft drinks would be good, maybe juice or something like that and the toilet could also be improved. Otherwise everything top.

Great concert and nice location

Munich, Technikum, 18.11.2019 The hall is great just the instruments were unfortunately much louder than the singers themselves. But otherwise it was great and mega fun. The location also looks awesome with the graffiti!

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