“Leather Lord” is the new video from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada metallers 3 INCHES OF BLOOD. The song comes off the band’s new album, “Long Live Heavy Metal”, which was released on March 27 via Century Media Records.
3 Inches Of Blood have premiered their music video for their song “Metal Woman”:
Char Tupper of MetalTitans.com recently conducted an interview with guitarist Shane Clark of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based metallers 3 INCHES OF BLOOD.
New live footage has made its way online featuring Vancouver metal act 3 Inches of Blood performing its newest song “Lords of Change.” The video was filmed during the band’s hometown gig in Vancouver, BC , Canada:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueqIiHar1ek
3 Inches Of Blood have made a new music video for their track “12:34” available for viewing online. The group shot the clip with director Tom MacLeod. Currently the band have a new 7″ entitled “Anthems For The Victorious” due for a release through Century Media in the coming months.
“Silent Killer”, the new video from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based traditional metallers 3 INCHES OF BLOOD, has been released. The clip was directed by Rick Podd (“The Watcher”, “Hellraiser”).
3 INCHES OF BLOOD recently stopped by the FUEL TV studios in Los Angeles to perform a special set for their “Daily Habit” show. The group performed the tracks “Call of The Hammer” and “Silent Killer,” which both come off their highly acclaimed newest album, Here Waits Thy Doom.
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CALL OF THE HAMMER
The biggest defenders of traditional heavy metal, 3 INCHES OF BLOOD, are excited to team up with the #1 source for all horror, Bloodydisgusting.com, to present the worldwide exclusive debut of the band’s much anticipated new video for “Battles and Brotherhood.” The track hails from the group’s amazing new album Here Waits Thy Doom, which is available now. It was produced and directed by the acclaimed Rick Podd, who has worked on such movies as The Watcher & Hellraiser. The clip features the band set in the middle of a medieval battle, so let the battle begin.
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“The Goatriders Horde”