3 Inches Of Blood ‘Metal Woman’ Video

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3 Inches of Blood are out with the music video to their new single ‘Metal Woman’, off the Canadian metal band’s fifth studio album ‘Long Live Heavy Metal’, out now on Century Media Records. Watch it via YouTube below.

3 Inches Of Blood Aren’t Into Pushing A Social Or Political Agenda

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3 Inches Of Blood guitarist Shane Clark tells The Runner that the band focus their songwriting on fantasy over reality because they’re not into being a band pushing a message. “There’s bands who have that social or political or even religious agenda that they want to tell people,” he explained. “I’m not knocking it, but it’s not where we’re coming from, not what we’re into.”

The Canadian heavy metal band released their fifth studio album ‘Long Live Heavy Metal’ last month on Century Media Records.

3 Inches Of Blood Releases ‘Long Live Heavy Metal’

3 Inches of Blood 'Long Live Heavy Metal'

3 Inches of Blood released their new album ‘Long Live Heavy Metal’ earlier this week on Century Media. The 12-track album was produced by Terry “Sho” Murray. Check out the album track listing and their dates with Devildriver, The Faceless, Dying Fetus, Job For A Cowboy, Impending Doom and Wretched on the Metal Alliance Tour 2012 below.

‘Long Live Heavy Metal’ Track Listing:
1. Metal Woman
2. My Sword Will Not Sleep
3. Leather Lord
4. Chief and the Blade
5. Dark Messenger
6. Look Out
7. 4000 Torches
8. Leave it on the Ice
9. Die for Gold (Upon the Boiling Sea IV)
10. Storming Juno
11. Men of Fortune
12. One for the Ditch

“Metal Alliance Tour 2012” Dates:
Mar. 31 – Vancouver, BC, Canada @ Rickshaw Theater
Apr. 1 – Seattle, WA at Studio Seven
Apr. 2 – Portland, OR at Hawthorne Theater
Apr. 5 – Oakland, CA at The Pound
Apr. 6 – Hollywood, CA at House of Blues
Apr. 7 – Tempe, AZ at Marquee Theater
Apr. 8 – Albuquerque, NM at El Rey Theater
Apr. 9 – Denver, CO at The Summit Music Hall
Apr. 10 – Omaha, NE at Sokol Auditorium
Apr. 11 – Des Moines, IA at 7 Flags Event Center
Apr. 13 – Memphis, TN at New Daisy Theater
Apr. 15 – Lawrence, KS at Granada Theater
Apr. 16 – Tulsa, OK at Cain’s Ballroom
Apr. 19 – Dallas, TX at House of Blues
Apr. 20 – Austin, TX at Emo’s East
Apr. 21 – Houston, TX at House of Blues

3 Inches Of Blood To Begin Working On New Album

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3 Inches of Blood will be entering the studio to begin tracking their fifth full length album, set for release in 2012. The Canadian heavy metal 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. 3 Inches of Blood promises fans they will not have to wait long for the impressive planned follow up.

Guitarist Shane Clark commented, “We ‘re in pre-production mode here in east van and we’re writing our next blood soaked metal masterpiece!! We are keeping true metal alive, so fuck trends brothers and sisters!! Stay metal!!! You will hear from us very soon!!”

3 Inches Of Blood Performing At ‘Lloyd The Conqueror’ Premier After Party

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On Saturday, September 24th the film ‘Lloyd The Conqueror’, staring Mike Smith and Brian Posehn, will premiere as part of the Calgary International Film Festival at the Globe Theatre at 7:00 PM. Century Media’s 3 Inches of Blood has a cover of the classic Rush song ‘Anthem’ featured in the film and directly following the premiere, the Canadian heavy metal act will be performing at the official after party. The event begins at 9:00 PM at Dickens Pub. Tickets can be purchased at Primeboxoffice.com.

3 Inches Of Blood ’12:34′ Video

3 Inches Of Blood '12:34' music video
3 Inches of Blood are out with the music video to their new instrumental track ’12:34′, off the Canadian heavy metal band’s fourth studio album ‘Here Waits They Doom’, out now on Century Media Records. Watch the Tom MacLeod directed video via YouTube below.

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