Aug 132017
 

The third edition of Rock Alive was scheduled for 23 September not in Atak/Enschede but this year in Hedon, Zwolle (Netherlands). Performing bands would be: Deliverance, Antidemon, Germán Pascual, Slechtvalk, Frühstück, Boarders, S91, Pure Harvest, Slechtvalk, Inside Mankind – but the event has recently been canceled. In a statement on the website the organisation says:

Unfortunately we have to make a sad announcement…

It’s with a heavy heart that we have to tell you that the upcoming Rock Alive festival will not be held this September 23th this year. Due to some circumstances beyond our control it won’t be able for the organisation to make it the festival it should be. So there will NOT be a festival on September 23th in Zwolle this year. Continue reading »

Aug 032017
 

Batista frontman of Brazilian metal band Antidemon checked in with the following:

Hello friends! Now I have a fan page with almost all the works I’ve painted in the last 20 years. In every picture concerning the work you will find an explanation of the meaning I understand and see in each of them. You will also find right under the name of the work if it is available for sale or if it has already been sold. There are also paintings that illustrated Cds and Dvds of Antidemon. These works have a historical value and that is why they are a little more expensive, but they are also available to whomever.
By Acquiring one of my works, you will be helping directly in the mission of the world and so a missionary with us! I thank everyone for the support and partnership in every initiative and try to go ahead with what we believe. Continue reading »

Jun 212017
 

Vision of God Records has announced the release of brand new live dvd from Brazilian Death/Grind metal band Antidemon which carries the title “Tormenterror” the show is professionally filmed in September 2016 in Santiago, Chile. The dvd will contain bonus features, estimated release July 30th. Check out the video below for a preview of “Tormenterror”.

As previously reported, Vision Of God Records will reissue the albums “Demonicido,” (1999)  “Anillo De Fuego” (2002) and “Satanichaos,” (2009) and as well release a BRAND NEW ALBUM, which is to be recorded soon.

“This is a great achievement for us. Releases and reissue sets are due to start in late May 2017. The reissues will have a renewed layout and bonus tracks. We are asking for support from our friends and brothers for all these actions that Vision Of God Records will be carrying out. These releases might also come in vinyl at some point. Thanks to everyone who have always supported us. This story continues.”. Continue reading »

Apr 292017
 

Brazilian Death/Grind metal band Antidemon has signed a contract with the American label Vision Of God Records for the reissues of the albums “Demonicido,” (1999)  “Anillo De Fuego” (2002) and “Satanichaos,” (2009) as well as for a BRAND NEW ALBUM, which is to be recorded soon.

“This is a great achievement for us. Releases and reissue sets are due to start in late May 2017. The reissues will have a renewed layout and bonus tracks. We are asking for support from our friends and brothers for all these actions that Vision Of God Records will be carrying out. These releases might also come in vinyl at some point. Thanks to everyone who have always supported us. This story continues.”. Continue reading »

May 272016
 

crashantidemonThe Brazilian death metal band Antidemon recently was interviewed by Veja magazine and after the interview was published in issue 2478, the band issued a statement about some distortions and misrepresentations of facts that were printed in the article. According to the article, the band’s tours were funded by tithes and contributions to Crash Church, which for all who know the band and church, is entirely false.  Promoters in the various cities and countries the band plays shows in are responsible for arranging the details around the band’s travels. A correction is expected to be published in the Errata section of the next issue of Veja. Read more in the article here (In Portugese).

Submitted by: Cássio Antestor

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