12-Year-Old Son Of Metallica’s Robert Trujillo Debuts With Korn For South American Tour [Videos]

first_imgKorn hit Bogotá, Colombia, last night, kicking off their South American tour with Tye Trujillo, the twelve-year-old son of Metallica’s Robert Trujillo. The little bass prodigy was tagged in to replace Korn’s long-standing bassist Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu for the South American leg of the tour due to “unforeseen circumstances,” though Arvizu will rejoin the group for the North American leg of the Serenity of Suffering tour. Fans in Colombia did not seem to mind the debut of Arvizu’s replacement, however; Trujillo proved himself as a skilled musician despite his young age. You can watch videos of the younger Trujillo shredding with Korn below, all courtesy of Juan Sebastián Rodríguez Isáziga.last_img

Take a look inside this expansive Mount Ommaney home

first_imgStylish living.“Whenever we have people over it is usually around the kitchen and living area,” she said.Large arched windows in the living areas overlook the garden and greenery and the saltwater pool. 9 Sutherland Court, Mount OmmaneyIT WAS a hard decision for Anne Nance and her husband to move away from their Mount Ommaney home at 9 Sutherland Court. But with four bedrooms on an expansive 1220sq m block it felt a bit too big for the couple.“Our youngest left about eight years ago now,” Ms Nance said. “It was just impractical, we want to do more travelling and the big garden takes a lot of time.”When the family bought it back in 2002 she said it was everything they wanted in a Brisbane property. Perfect for summer.It has more than enough space for most families, with four bedrooms over three levels in an elevated cul-de-sac street.The downstairs area has room for storage of multiple cars under the house.“Right now my husband has a gym down there,” she said. The ground floor is the central area of the home, with a large recently renovated kitchen and living area. A room with a view.They has just moved from the nearby suburb of Westlake, but they wanted something a little bit bigger.“Only one family had lived there before us,” she said.“We had two teenagers and a younger one at the time, so they could have their own space and we could have ours.”The home was built by the previous owner at a time when the suburb was opening up to development. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours ago A very modern kitchen.There is a covered patio in the backyard that is ideal for outdoor entertaining throughout the warmer summer months. “We just loved it, it really was the perfect family house,” she said. The home is on the market now with a listed price of $1.3 million through Centenary Real Estate.last_img read more

15 Countries Confirm for 2019 ITTF Africa Cup

first_imgAlso, since establishing himself as Algeria’s best male player, Sami Kherouf has been making frantic efforts to halt the dominance of Aruna Quadri and Egypt’s Omar Assar (EGY) in Africa. But all his efforts have not materialised.Again, the Algerian star will be heading to Lagos, in his bid to fulfill his dream of becoming the first Algerian to conquer the continent.As a realist, Sami Kherouf admitted that it will take an extra-ordinary performance to rule the continent.“At present, we are training together as team in Algiers with the aim of using the Africa Cup in Lagos as a good preparation for the All African Games,” he said.On the possibility of dethroning the defending champion – Aruna Quadri, he said: “To win the title is super hard with the presence of the best African players like Omar Assar and Aruna Quadri as well as other good players too.“I must admit that to win the title will require a lot of work and at the moment it seems hard to win. It is hard because you have to compete with top players, who ply their trade in big leagues and who devote most of their time to the game as their main job,” he added.Sami Kherouf cannot wait to come to Nigeria. “I cannot wait to come to Nigeria because I have never visited the country before. I know it is country that loves sport and especially table tennis,” the Algerian number one star said.In his modest ambition, Sami Kherouf said: “I am aiming to win a bronze medal and I would have loved to become the first Algerian to qualify for the World Cup but it is very hard for everyone except Omar Assar and Aruna Quadri.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram In less than one week, the best players from 15 African countries will converge in Lagos for the 2019 ITTF Africa Cup, which serves off on August 3 at the Molade Okoya-Thomas Hall of Teslim Balogun Stadium.Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri and Egypt’s Dina Meshref are defending champions of the tournament and they are expected to battle against other players for their places in the 2019 ITTF World Cups.Aside host – Nigeria, countries expected in Lagos for the three-day championship include Algeria, Benin Republic, Burkina Faso, Cameroun, Congo Brazzaville, Congo DRC, Egypt, Ghana, Guinea, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Togo and Tunisia.last_img read more

Leon Bailey not in Reggae Boyz plans for El Salvador clash

first_imgKINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Exciting Bayer Leverkusen winger, Leon Bailey, will not feature for Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz in their CONCACAF Nations League fixture against El Salvador this month.Jamaica Football Federation general secretary, Dalton Wint, said this was in an effort to avoid “disruptions” especially with the squad already chosen. “We are not looking to invite him. The coach (Theodore Whitmore) has named a squad already, and persons have been contacted,” Wint said.“The situation is that we are at a critical juncture with the Nations League and we do not want any sort of disruptions at this time because we have to perform well in this game.“So he (Bailey) was not considered by the coaching staff for either the Nations League or the practice game. The same squad will be used for both games.”Jamaica are scheduled to play Costa Rica in a friendly three days after the Nations League qualifier, scheduled for March 23.The 21-year-old Bailey has never played senior team football for Jamaica, despite his exploits in the Bundesliga in recent seasons.He was expected to make his debut in a Nations League qualifier last October against Bonaire but controversially pulled out at the last minute.Wint said, however, the Federation was still open to calling up Bailey but the player needed to also indicate his interest.“Possibly, he (Whitmore) will consider him in the near future because we have other games coming up for the Gold Cup, and it is always the plan to invite Mr Bailey,” Wint said.“But he has to indicate that he is ready for that invitation. The moment he shows that he is interested in having his name in the squad, he will be called.”Jamaica have a perfect 3-0 record in their Nations League campaign and are on course for automatic Gold Cup qualification.last_img read more