3 INCHES OF BLOOD: New Audio Interview With SHANE CLARK Available

DJ Scully recently conducted an eight-minute interview with guitarist Shane Clark of 3 INCHES OF BLOOD. Topics include beards, PANTERA, drugs and pussy.

Check out the interview in streaming audio at this location.

3 INCHES OF BLOOD is currently on tour with SHADOWS FALL and DIVINE HERESY, continuing to rally up legions of the Goatriders Horde. The band will head over to the UK and Spain for several early November performances, returning to the U.S. on November 18 for a North American tour with GWAR. The tour will also include a hearty mix of eclectic acts such as HORSE THE BAND, THE END and MENSREA. Concluding on December 6, the quaint tour will stir up a much-needed dose of sanity for the holiday madness!

Joey Jordison playing with 3 INCHES OF BLOOD in New York:


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