Point Blank

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Max Cavalera - Collaborations - Musicians
... Heresy, Fear Factory and Asesino) - guest guitarist on Nailbomb's Point Blank and Soulfly's "Eye For An Eye" Hornsman Coyote (Eyesburn) - Vocals and Trombone on "Moses" from Prophecy ... Peligro (Dead Kennedys) - drummer on Nailbomb's Point Blank Dave Peters (Throwdown) - guest vocals on "Unleash" from Conquer by Soulfly Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan) guest vocals ... album Evan Seinfeld (Biohazard) - guest bassist on Point Blank by Nailbomb David Silveria (ex-Korn) - Additional percussion on "Ratamahatta" on Roots by Sepultura Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour ...
Point Blank (2008 Album)
... Point Blank is the self-titled debut album of Canadian hip hop group Point Blank, released August 19, 2008 on Tilt Rock/Koch Entertainment Canada ...
Point Blank (1994 Video Game) - Games
... Point Blank/Gun Bullet (ガンブリット, Ganburitto?) (1994) (Arcade, PlayStation) Point Blank 2/Gunbarl/Gun Bullet 2 (ガンバァール, Ganbāru?) (1999) (PlayStation) (arcade) Ghoul Panic/Oh! Bakyuun (19 ... Point Blank 3/Gunbalina/Gun Bullet 3 (ガンバリーナ, Ganbarīna?) (2000) (Arcade, PlayStation) Point Blank DS/Gun Bullet Trainer/Gun Bullet DS (2006) (Nintendo DS) ...
Point Blank Music College - History
... Point Blank was founded by CEO Robert Cowan in 1994 as a commercial recording studio in Greenwich, London ... constructed weekend training courses in music production and DJing and the training side of Point Blank was born ... In 2007 the company launched Point Blank Online, an innovative online training school, with a wide range of genre and software oriented courses ...

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