3 INCHES OF BLOOD Screamer On His Favorite Pastime

3 INCHES OF BLOOD screamer Cam Pipes has penned a guest blog for Headbanger's Blog about his favorite pastime. Read it at this location.

A seven-and-a-half-minute video interview with 3 INCHES OF BLOOD guitarist Shane Clark conducted on the current Ozzfest tour by Dallas VonKillbot of Synthesis.net has been posted at YouTube.

3 INCHES OF BLOOD's video for the track "The Goatrider's Horde" has been posted online: High-Quality, YouTube. The song comes off the Vancouver, B.C.-based heavy metal warriors' new album, "Fire Up the Blades", which was released on June 26 via Roadrunner Records. The CD was recorded at Vancouver's legendary Armoury Studios (AC/DC, KISS) and Mushroom Studios (QUEENSRĊ¸CHE) with producer Joey Jordison (SLIPKNOT) and engineer Dan Turner.

3 INCHES OF BLOOD is taking part in Ozzfest 2007, where they are displaying their hard-hitting live show alongside OZZY OSBOURNE, LAMB OF GOD, LORDI, HATEBREED, NILE and many more.


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