11:03 - IronAngel I want to see Dordeduh, Subrosa, Aluk Todolo, Godflesh (I missed their Helsinki gig a while back), and maybe Black Sabbath, Ulcerate and The Ruins of Beverast. Plenty of nice bands that I wouldn't go out of my way to see.
11:01 - Redn1ght Yeah... And Turisas is one of them that I like. :] I've only heard one song by Flogging Molly I think.
10:59 - IronAngel You're into folky melodeath and stuff. Carcass, Eluveitie, Enslaved, Equilibrium, Flogging Molly, Solstafir, Turisas, Vreid are probably most "your type."
10:50 - Redn1ght Way too many bands. o.o And seems like they are not my type...
10:32 - !J.O.O.E.! Lol, only on the surface. Hellfest even has plenty of bands that perfectly fit my taste. Have a closer look at the 2014 line-up [link]
09:30 - Redn1ght No wonder I haven't heard of that... Seems like the most mainstream festival ever. ;)
3 Inches Of Blood have been busy touring their asses off in support of their most recent album Long Live Heavy Metal. Well, now there is evidence of the band's live performance because they released a video for "Look Out" filmed and recorded at Mushroom Studios in Vancouver. The heavy metallers are set to release an exclusive 7" vinyl series called Live At Mushroom. The band recorded all the songs live and captured the set on video.
Extreme metallers Goatwhore, who released Blood For The Master last February, have announced a co-headlining North American tour with 3 Inches Of Blood this April. The tour will start in Canada and swing back into the States for shows in the Midwest and on the east coast, including an appearance at New England Metal and Hardcore Fest XV. At the end of April, supporting acts Revocation and Ramming Speed will complete the lineup. The confirmed list of shows can be seen below.
Heavy metallers 3 Inches Of Blood have unveiled a new lyric video for the song "Storming Juno", directed by Christopher M. Ray (Hora Morior), in tribute to the Canadian armed forces. Watch the video here. The song is taken from the band's latest release Long Live Heavy Metal, out since March via Century Media.
Canadian heavy metallers 3 Inches Of Blood have released a new lyric video for the song "Look Out", as a tribute to metal legend Ronnie James Dio, and in honor of the two year anniversary of his death. The song is taken from the band's most recent effort Long Live Heavy Metal, released in March via Century Media.
"Metal Woman", a brand new video from Canadian heavy metallers 3 Inches Of Blood has premiered exclusively at this location. Alternatively, you can watch the video below. "Metal Woman" comes off the band's most recent effort Long Live Heavy Metal, which hit stores in March through Century Media.
Canadian heavy metallers 3 Inches Of Blood have posted a new track titled "Metal Woman" on their official Facebook page. Alternatively, you can stream the track here. "Metal Woman" is the third new track to be revealed off their upcoming album Long Live Heavy Metal, due out on March 27th in North America and March 26th in Europe via Century Media. More album details were previously reported here and here.
"Dark Messenger", a brand new song from Canadian heavy metallers 3 Inches Of Blood is now streaming online exclusively at this location. The track is taken from their upcoming album titled Long Live Heavy Metal, which will be released on March 27th in North America and March 26th in Europe through Century Media Records. More album details were previously reported here and here.
Canadian heavy metallers 3 Inches Of Blood have unveiled the cover art and tracklist for their upcoming new album Long Live Heavy Metal. The album will be released on March 27th, 2012, in North America and March 26th in Europe through Century Media Records. You can also listen to a new song from the album, "Leather Lord", at this location. More album details were previously reported here.
Byron Stroud had this to say about it: "I am super stoked to let everyone know that I have joined my brothers in 3IOB. We are busy rehearsing for touring of the new record Long Live Heavy Metal. The band asked me to come on board as manager earlier last year. We rehearse in my bike shop, I've toured with them in the past and being involved in many aspects of the new record has been extremely gratifying for me. I'm looking forward and see a great future for this band. I'll see you all on tour this year."
Canadian heavy metallers 3 Inches Of Blood will release their 5th studio album entitled Long Live Heavy Metal on March 27th via Century Media Records. For the new album, the band reunited with producer and engineer Terry "Sho" Murray (City Of Fire, Exhibitionists), who worked with the band on their 7" Anthems For The Victorious.
Heavy metal veterans 3 Inches Of Blood will be entering the studio to begin tracking their fifth full length album, set for release in 2012.
The band will be working out of Vogville Studios and Profile Studios in Vancouver with engineer and producer Terry Sho Murray, who also worked on the band's last 7". 3 Inches Of Blood's 2009 album, Here Wait Thy Doom showcased the band's distinct, traditional heavy metal sound and debuted on the Billboard Top 200 charts. The band promises fans they will not have to wait long for the impressive planned follow up.
The band added: "Pre-production for our next record has been fucking excellent! Our new tunes are sounding awesome, and I know all of you are in for a real fucking metal album! Get ready!"
"12:34", the new video from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based metallers 3 Inches Of Blood, can be viewed at this location. The clip was directed by Tom MacLeod.
"12:34" comes off the band's latest album, Here Waits Thy Doom, which was released on August 2009 via Century Media Records. The album was reissued on June 29, 2010 as a Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem edition with four exclusive new tracks along with a bonus DVD featuring the video for "Battles And Brotherhood", 3 Inches Of Blood's performance on Fuel TV and more.
Bloody Disgusting and Century Media Records have teamed up to bring you the exclusive look at the new 3 Inches Of Blood video for "Silent Killer", off their Here Awaits Thy Doom album. The video has been banned by MTV for being too graphic. Check it out at this location.
Guitarist Shane Clark checks in about the video: "The concept of the song is about an assassin, so naturally we first thought of a concept featuring an assassin going around doing what they do, but in a style that is more influenced by movies that we liked. At first we thought about a simple performance style video but we've done that a few times and this seemed like a much more entertaining thing for us and our fans. Therefore, we brainstormed a bunch of ideas with Rick Podd and thought of our own killing scenes. I wanted to get poisoned and puke blood and vomit all over the place, and after that it was all in the hands of Rick.