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On February 6, 2013, Rancid uploaded a picture to their Facebook page of the band in the studio with the caption, "Recording has begun."  Branden also noted on his Instagram page that recording was completed in March 2013, but did not explain the reason for the release delay. In a December 2013 interview on Reddit, drummer Branden Steineckert revealed that the eighth Rancid studio album was called ...Honor Is All We Know , and would be released in early 2014. 
The track listing and artwork for ...Honor Is All We Know were revealed on September 28, 2014,  and on the day after, Rancid announced that the album would be released on October 27, 2014.  Armstrong originally recorded the title track as part of his side project Tim Timebomb .
On September 30, 2014, Rancid released a performance video of "Collision Course", "Honor Is All We Know" and "Evil's My Friend".  The band started to preview the album's songs through their website a few days later with the release of "Face Up", "Already Dead" and "Diabolical", which followed over a week later.
The album includes a cover of "Everybody Suffering" by Laurel Aitken and retitled "Everybody's Sufferin'." This is the first cover the band has released on a full length since they covered "Get Out of My Way" by The Uptones on their debut LP. "Everybody's Sufferin'"is mis-credited as being written by Rancid in the liner notes.
Ahead of this year’s hostless Oscars , the Motion Picture Academy’s Scientific and Technical Awards, held Saturday night, proved it was possible to have an uncontroversial, enjoyable ceremony…complete with an emcee.
The Sci-Tech Awards honor technological innovators from the film industry who are rarely seen in front of the camera. The evening’s master of ceremonies, actor David Oyelowo , kept the mood light by lauding the tech award show over the Oscars and connecting with the honorees over the common mispronunciation of their foreign last names.
“These are the real unsung heroes of moviemaking, and I just love how selfless they are,” Oyelowo told Variety . “These guys spend tireless amounts of hours perfecting the things that make movies great. It’s a real honor to get to serve them tonight.”
Honorees were previously announced in December after being chosen by the Academy for their groundbreaking contributions to filmmaking and special effects. Three levels of awards—certificates, plaques and statuettes—were given to achievements that have made a significant impact over time.
Audie Murphy was one of the most decorated soldiers of World War II. Murphy lied about his age to enlist in the army and by the time he was 19, had been awarded every major medal for valor of the United States as well as French and Belgian awards for heroism. On January 26, 1945, Murphy, then a 2LT after a battlefield promotion, single-handedly held off a German company in the Colmar Pocket, then led a counter-attack while wounded and nearly out of ammunition. For this, he was awarded the Medal of Honor.
Murphy would later become a film star and played himself in the autobiographical “To Hell and Back.” He also became known as a western hero in a movie career that would last 21 years. Due to his war-time heroics and extensive battle experiences, he would be plagued by what we call today, PTSD (post-traumatic stress syndrome) where he slept with a gun under his pillow and sleeplessness would plague him, along with an addiction to sleeping pills for the rest of his life. He died tragically in a plane crash in 1971. He was only 45 years old.
Humble Beginnings: Murphy was born on June 20, 1925, in Kingston, Texas as the seventh of 12 children. His parents were sharecroppers but his father would frequently leave the family before disappearing for good when he was still a young child. He was forced to quit school in fifth grade and picked cotton for a dollar a day to help feed the family. He became adept at hunting small game which helped put food on the table as well.
Murphy’s mother died just before his 16th birthday in 1941, and his three youngest siblings were put into an orphanage. After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, he tried to enlist in both the Army and Marines but was rejected for being both underage and underweight. His older sister helped forge his birth certificate and signed an affidavit where he was finally accepted into the Army on June 30, 1942, and was sent to Camp Wolters for Basic Training. He was just 16 years old.Tags: honor, 10, review, reddit,