May 022016
 

Deliverance_2016_ddcDeliverance/Jupiter VI frontman Jimmy P. Brown has recently launched a video channel on You Tube, in his 2nd video he has a phone conversation with George Ochoa (Deliverance/Worldview). They discuss the past and future of Deliverance. Watch the video below.

Deliverance was founded by Jimmy P. Brown II in 1985, many members have either stayed in the lineup for a number of years, or left and returned to the lineup. Jimmy P. Brown II has been the only persistent member of Deliverance. Initially, the band played thrash metal band which later shifted more towards heavy metal and progressive metal. Continue reading »

Feb 102016
 

FrontLux Studio and Roxx Records are very excited to announce a world premiere video celebrating one of classic Christian metal’s most celebrated artists, Recon . As a part of the recently announced 25thanniversary reissue of the bands monumental debut album “Behind Enemy Lines” we are very proud to bring you this exclusive lyric video of the brand new completely remastered track entitled ‘Dreams’. The lyric video can be seen below.

Join us this year as we celebrate the bands 25th anniversary with a completely remastered and expanded CD edition of this album and for the first time in North America a limited edition vinyl pressing! Continue reading »

Aug 192015
 

worldview_earth__logo_021Worldview is a powerhouse Prog Metal band that is made up of veteran musicians from iconic bands such as Sacred Warrior, Deliverance, Recon and Vengeance Rising. Setting out to blast the world with their new Metal along with a powerful message. Recently we had the opportunity to do an interview with Rey Parra and George Ochoa. They talk about the beginning of Worldview, future plans, the recording process of “The Chosen Few” and much more:

TMR: Hello George and Rey, this is ‘The Metal Resource’ from Holland, how are things going there in California ?

George: Hello to all in Holland. California is hot right now (weather wise). I almost wished that I lived in Europe because metal is alive and well there. Too much pop and rap music out here. Continue reading »