MET SPOED GEZOCHT: WEBMASTER

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Mar 052017
 

tmr_webmaster_12b[In Dutch] Wij zijn dringend op zoek naar een uit Nederland afkomstige webmaster / siteadmin met programmeerkennis, zodat we ook snel onze nieuwe website kunnen lanceren (de layout is al klaar).

Ben je zelf geïnteresseerd of weet je iemand die mogelijk geinteresseerd zou kunnen zijn neem dan zsm contact met ons op. Heb je vragen mail ons gerust: We zouden het erg waarderen als je dit bericht deelt via je social media kanalen, alvast bedankt voor je hulp !

 

Aug 142017
 

Wind Rose hails from Italy and plays folk/power metal band (their sound is also described as dwarven metal – And indeed the dwarfs of The Hobbit are a great inspiration for Wind Rose. Having toured with bands like Wintersun, Eluveitie and Ensiferum. Their third album “Stonehymn” is released on May 26th in Europe and North America via Inner Wound Recordings, an album filled by the epic, powerful and folk inspired brand of power metal the band is known for.

Recently they played at Masters Of Rock (CZ), Bloodstock Open Air (UK) & in November they will enter the stage of Brainstorm Fest here in The Netherlands.

Following below is an interview with guitarist Claudio Falconcini.

TMR: Hello Claudio this is The Metal Resource from Holland, how are things going there in Italy?

Hello everyone it’s nice to be here answering your questions! Continue reading »

Aug 132017
 

Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch joined Babymetal on stage — his face painted in the same white-and-black makeup as the Japanese act’s backing band — on June 25 at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa, Idaho. Official video footage from Korn, as well as a couple of fan-filmed clips, of the collaboration can be seen below.

Head comments: This was so fun, Babymetal band and crew are so kind and positive. Check it out:

Babymetal was one of the support acts on Korn‘s “The Serenity Of Summer” tour, also featuring Stone Sour, Skillet, Ded, Yelawolf and Islander. Continue reading »

Aug 132017
 

The Royal frontman Sem Pisarahu has released a vocal cover of August Burns Red’s ‘Invisible Enemy‘ You can check out his take on the track below.

‘Invisible Enemy’ appears on August Burns Red‘s new album “Phantom Anthem” which will be released on October 6 via Fearless Records.

The Royal is a band that takes the best of a wide variety of subgenres in metal and presents a fresh and unique cross-over into today’s scene, released their very first label record “Seven” on Long Branch Records in march 2017. After forming the band late in 2012 these 5 ambitious young men began writing and recording songs DIY and displayed incredible promise through songs that showcase poignant and powerful writing. Continue reading »

Aug 132017
 

Blackened death metal band A Hill To Die Upon are back with a new album entitled “Via Artis, Via Mortis”which will be released on September 15th. through Luxor Records.

The band states: We’re very excited to be working with such an awesome label, and look forward to a long relationship with them. Check out the first single ‘Jubal and Syrinx’ from the new album by clicking the Spotify link below.

“Via Artis, Via Mortis” will be the follow-up to “Holy Despair” (2014) Continue reading »

Aug 132017
 

Shattered Sun return with their sophomore effort, bringing more metalcore to the masses while avoiding the clichés of the genre…

The south Texas band Shattered Sun trace their origin back to 2005 and since then have managed to share the stage with the likes of legends like Testament and Exodus, supporting them on the Dark Roots of Thrash Tour and in summer of this year (2017) joined the Warped Tour for part of that run. Interestingly, even with the success and acclaim from their first album, Hope Within Hatred (2015), the band nearly self-destructed before recording The Evolution of Anger.  In late 2015, guitarist Daniel Trejo decided to leave the band and other issues that came to the surface put the second album in question.  In the end, Daniel came back and the band realized that chances like they were given were few and far between.  The band worked with producer Mark Lewis (Devil Drive, Fallujah) in their hometown to narrow down the 26 songs to the 10 that made it onto The Evolution of Anger, and artist Marcelo Vasco (Slayer, Machine Head) was brought in for the album art depicting how anger can drive one into a maze that does nowhere, capturing the essence of the album and a bit of the band’s own struggles. Continue reading »