Tag: music

GNR 87 – Lads on Tour

avatar David M. Nicholas
Citrus Pale Ale by Four Pure Brewing
avatar Niklas Meinzer
Spaten Hell

Dave and Niklas use Fab’s time away from Sixgun HQ to steal into the studio and record an episode about the Tour the France, cycling and other shenanigans.

To start things off, the lads discuss the new Sabaton album: The Great War. They also talk about the band Unleash the Archers.

Niklas has seen Ed Sheeran at the Hockenheimring and liked it.

Dave and Niklas then talk about Islanders again and also Grizzly Games’ other title Superflight.

Then there’s plenty of talk about the Tour de France and Geraint Thomas’s podcast Watts Occuring. The guys also discuss buying a bicycle. At this point, you really have to listen yourself because Fab’s doing the show notes and he really has no idea what Dave and Niklas are talking about. I can’t even spell half these cycling terms which makes Google useless… Aparently “gravel bikes” are a thing that exists.

After that, Dave talks about the Arkham Horror card game from Fantasy Flight. Niklas has played the A Game of Thrones one.

We end the show with some feedback, as usual. As it’s about Evangelion, Dave has to answer it. He’s the only one who knows anything about whatever is going on there. Get in touch via Twitterby joining the Sixgun Discord or by sending an email to feedback@sixgun.org. Thanks to Bytemark for graciously providing bandwith for this podcast.

GNR 78 – Mars Pattern Titanium Liver

avatar Fabian A. Scherschel
Earl Grey
avatar David M. Nicholas
Australian Merlot
avatar Mike Mullan-Jensen
McGargles Sean's Export Stout

You can discuss the episode via this GitLab issue or by joining our Discord community. You can also listen to it on YouTube.


Merry Christmas and a happy Brexit, everyone! We wrap up 2018 in style and look forward to 2019 with a massive two and a half hours long show.

After immediately slipping into a Magic discussion with Dave, Fab recommends Springsteen on Broadway on Netflix to everyone because it made him cry. There’s also a great interview with Bruce in Esquire magazine.


Fab gives a quick overview of playing the Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II beta. It looks quite promising.


Games Workshop has started a video series called Angels of Death. Of course it can’t possibly compare to the original.

They’ve also started a 40K podcast and hey, it’s an actual podcast! Like, with an RSS feed! Wonders never cease…


We wrap up 2018 with a look back at the year and our podcasting. We also make some wild predictions for 2019, because history tells us that this must be done.

Mike

  • Death Company Primaris Marines will enter the lore
  • Another Primarch will surface: Russ, The Lion, Fulgrim or Lorgar
  • Primaris Marines will enter the meta as cost reductions have started with Vigilus and Chapter Approved
  • Hollywood execs decide that it is time to reboot the Avengers and make a new Mario Brothers movie
  • There will be a niche market for pre-apocalypse party sets or survival gear in the UK
  • Trump will be impeached or resign

Dave

  • Microsoft won’t buy Canonical in 2019
  • No Deal Brexit is coming
  • Leman Russ will return to 40K

Fab

  • Microsoft will buy Canonical in 2019
  • The only people in the EU who will even notice Brexit are those ordering from Games Workshop or Amazon UK
  • Magic Esports will be very successful and paper Magic tournaments will profit from it
  • Star Citizen won’t come out in 2019


We have no feedback this time as, again, the previous episode wasn’t released when we recorded this one.

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Thanks to Bytemark for graciously providing bandwith for this podcast.

GNR 71 – Sealing the Trees

avatar Fabian A. Scherschel
Flensburger Edles Helles
avatar David M. Nicholas
Coffee
avatar Mike Mullan-Jensen
Ceres Top & Arnbitter

This is a long one. Dave, Mike and Fab talk Warhammer 40K, Kill Team and also give a short review of The Bard’s Tale IV.

We start the show off with some housekeeping. Fab has recently backed two Kickstarter projects that you might find interesting: Encased, the RPG made by Char’s friend Slava and also Things From the Flood, a Simon Stålenhag RPG.

An Aarhus-sæt

Dave mentions the now-defunct BattleCon Kickstarter project.

Check out Dan’s new podcast: Tales of the Unattested.

In other news, Der Letzte Bulle is getting a movie and Hulkoff is releasing a new single. There’s also a new Battletech boxed game coming and Wargaming is opening a studio in Guildford.


Fab gives a quick review of The Bard’s Tale IV, which we kinda hoped has a multiplayer mode but it hasn’t. It does have Julie Fowlis, however.


We then get into the main meat of the show. Several hours of Warhammer talk, including Kill Team and Kill-Teams. Dave has been very busy building terrain for it and he explains it in scientific detail.

Dave has read many Gaunt’s Ghosts books and mentions how they strongly resemble Sharpe. Mike has finished Wolfsbane and tells us about it. We also discuss our #4Feldherren progress, or lack of it. Warhammer 40,000: Conquest – What evil is this???

Apropos of nothing: Dawn of Amber.

 

We close the show with your feedback.

GNR 69 – Affengeil

avatar Fabian A. Scherschel
Tuborg Classic
avatar David M. Nicholas
Royal Stout
avatar Mike Mullan-Jensen
Royal Stout

We bring you a special report from Sabaton Open Air, covering a lot of heavy metal and Swedish cake specialities.

Fab, Dave and Mike are in a hotel room in Falun, Sweden with a gang of crazy Danes on the second day of Operation SOAP, our trip to Sabaton Open Air. It’s Mike’s birthday, so we have Prinsesstårta, booze and board games and we’re reviewing our festival experience thus far as well as the ride up from Copenhagen to Falun.

Bands reviewed on this episode:

 

GNR 67 – They Keep Coming!

avatar Fabian A. Scherschel
Ratsherrn Matrosenschluck
avatar Mike Mullan-Jensen
Old Speckled Hen

Fab and Mike talk about Heavy Metal, Warhammer 40K fiction, female Space Marines and the changes that are being wrought upon our hobby.

We start the episode with a preview of Operation SOAP, our trip to Sabaton Open Air in Falun, Sweden. Fab will take his motorbike and meet up with Mike and the boys in Copenhagen and then we’ll drive up together. Mike reviews the bands we definitely want to see – aside from the almighty Sabaton, of course.

Fab is especially intrigued by Hulkoff. And yes, he indeed has an outlaw country band like Fab suspected.

We also talk about Danish student caps for some reason.


Mike then goes through the Black Library books he’s read recently. This includes the Eisenhorn short story collection The Magos and the latest Gaunt’s Ghosts book by Dan Abnett: The Warmaster. He’s also read The Devastation of Baal by Guy Haley. Currently, he’s reading Wolfsbane which was also written by Guy Haley.

We mention the background book The Sabbat Worlds Crusade which Mike is lucky enough to own, and also Warmaster Macaroth.


Fab and Mike then dive into the fray of the discussion around female Space Marines. Especially Fab is not OK with this prospect and we try to analyse why that is. This ends up being a quite thorough discussion about contemporary changes to fictional universes we’ve loved since we were kids.


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