Excited electronic states of anions that are embedded in the detachment continuum are called resonance states. These resonances may eventually autodetach an electron or dissociate into fragments. Control of chemical reactions, understanding the structure and dynamics of the interstellar medium (ISM), to mention a few, depends on our knowledge of these resonance states. Electron correlations render theoretical studies on anion resonances rather formidable. We will discuss our recent experimental studies on the resonances in FeC anion through collision-induced dissociation. Considering the presence of transition-metal carbides and FeCN in the ISM, our studies on FeC is of astrophysical relevance. We will also discuss how photoelectron angular distribution and photodetachment cross-sections can probe these resonances. We will discuss our results on photoelectron spectroscopy on TaC anion and briefly on our recent efforts to study anion resonances through Velocity Map Imaging.