Deron Miller (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards) and Tim Yeung (drums, keyboards) first began performing together as World Under Blood in October 2006, recording three demo tracks with engineer Logan Mader in Los Angeles, California. The demo recordings, for the songs "Under the Autumn Low", "God Among the Waste", and "Dead and Still in Pain", were eventually released between November 2006 and September 2007.
Tactical (in the military context) refers to the lowest level of military strategy, usually consisting of individual combatant or small unit actions. These take place under the umbrella of larger scale more comprehensive and large-scale operational, theater and strategic levels.
In short, strategic-level thinking determines "why" the war is taking place, theater and operational-level thinking determines the "who, what and where" of the war, while tactics determine the "how".
Tactical, an album by the American death metal band World Under Blood
The .20 Tactical is a wildcatcenterfireriflecartridge, based on the .223 Remington case, necked down to fire a 5.2 millimetres (0.204in) caliber bullet. The .20 Tactical was designed by Todd Kindler and predates the .204 Ruger factory round. The case has approximately 0.2 grams (3gr) less powder capacity than the popular .204 Ruger. Handloaders can get velocities with 2.1 and 2.6 grams (32 and 40gr) projectiles that almost match the .204 Ruger. Furthermore the .20 Tactical is also able to achieve these velocities with less powder than the .204 Ruger by more efficiently using high energy propellants such as Alliant Reloader 7 and Winchester 748. Based on the .223 Remington, a wide selection of brass is available. Lapua produces high quality cases in .20 Tactical sold under the Dakota Arms brand.