"Those Who Kill" is a Danish format based on the bestselling work of author Elsebeth Egholm. A&E has secured the U.S. format for the critically acclaimed crime series in Denmark. The series is about violent criminals who are surrounded by fear and mystique- the serial killer. When murders are not grounded in traditional motives and patterns of behavior, it takes a very particular kind of person to catch the serial killer; someone who knows and understands the killer's dark side and the fantasies that plague him. Someone like the two lead characters- a police detective that is trying to understand her own mysterious personal connection in to the mind of a serial killer, and a "profiler" (forensic psychiatrist), who both in very different ways possess a deep psychological understanding that connects them to the killer's victims and to the killer himself, driving them to pursue each case to the end of the line, again and again.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Those Who Kill - For Those Who Have Heart - Netflix
For Those Who Have Heart is the second studio album by American rock band A Day to Remember, and their first for Victory. It was released on January 22, 2007 by Victory. For the album, the band had a line-up change swapping drummer Bobby Scruggs for Alex Shelnutt. It charted at number 17 on the Heatseekers Album Chart in the U.S. The music video for “The Plot to Bomb the Panhandle” was released a month later. Several of the album's songs appeared on the band's MySpace profile before the release. Recorded and mixed at Zing Studios by producer Eric Arena, the album was re-released in February 2008, with additional tracks and a bonus DVD. The DVD featured a performance of the band live at the Capitol, in the band's hometown, Ocala, Florida. The music video for “The Danger in Starting a Fire” was released in the same month, and the music video for “Since U Been Gone”, which had been streamed on the band's MySpace, was released in July. For Those Who Have Heart was generally well received by music critics.
Those Who Kill - Signing with Victory Records and recording - Netflix
Woodard was put in touch with a representative from record label Victory Records. Victory auditioned the band in June, and following a week-long worth of phone calls, the group were told of Victory's interest in signing them up. The band was reported to have signed a deal with Victory in July. An announcement of Victory signing the band was released on August 11, 2006. Demos were recorded by Matt Finch at 318 Studios, with pre-production at The Wade Studios in Ocala by Andrew Wade. Recording began in October at Zing Studios, Westfield with producer Eric Arena. Arena also mixed the tracks. Alan Douches mastered the record at West West Side Music, New Windsor.
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