Jan 292018
 

Detroit based artist/producer Klayton (Cellweller/Circle Of Dust/Scandroid) discusses the hard hitting topic of suicide. Remember you’re not alone. Xheck out the video below.

If you or someone you know is struggling, don’t be afraid to reach out:

http://ibpf.org/resource/list-international-suicide-hotlines..
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_suicide_crisis_lines Continue reading »

Jan 012018
 

First of all, Happy Newyear, wishing you all a healthy, blessed and prosperous 2018!

Thanks for your support over the past year, we really appreciate that. The past year has brought us loads of decent new releases, new bands and nice concerts/festivals. We expect that 2018 will be even better! The next year will be the 12th. year of ‘The Metal Resource’.

Good news is coming in 2018, so stay tuned.

Anyway, a little bit later then expected: But we are having each staff member of our team list their choices for The Top 10 Best Albums Of 2017 (In no particular order). Check it out below: Continue reading »

Nov 242017
 

Juliana Batista drummer of Brazilian metal band Antidemon, was invited to give her testimony in “Changed”, an evangelistic book with life stories, released in the Netherlands. Check below the testimony of Juliana in full as it is in the book:

My name is Juliana Batista. I was born in São Paulo, Brazil, in a non-Christian family, but in my heart I’ve always felt a strong need to do things in a correct way in every sense. I always felt that there was a better world than the one I lived in and a life different to the one I knew! I wanted something on a higher level… Actually I wanted to get to know God! But things did not happen so quickly. The lack of something that really satisfied my soul led me into a state of deep sadness.

I always liked rock music and pop. There was a time when I listened to them and enjoyed them a lot… And I could identify with a lot of the lyrics and would then let my mind wander off into another world, but I continued being very sad and distressed in my own reality. My family has always been engaged and interested in Eastern religions and cultures and so I inevitably knew some things about these cultures and religions. But they never touched my heart. None of them brought me joy or gave me a real reason to live. For a while I thought that the reason for all of this fear inside me was because I was very shy and reserved. I tried to change… Forcing myself to be different, making more friends and trying to get out more… Then I got into electronic music. I went to a few parties, but the joy I felt through this was deceitful and fleeting. Continue reading »