3 INCHES OF BLOOD Guitarist Interviewed; Audio Available

On September 10, Slavewriter6 conducted an interview with guitarist Shane Clark of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based metallers 3 INCHES OF BLOOD. The chat is now available for streaming at this location.

3 INCHES OF BLOOD's new album, "Here Waits Thy Doom", was released on September 8 via Century Media Records (August 31 in Europe). The CD was recorded at Seattle's London Bridge Studios with renowned producer Jack Endino (HIGH ON FIRE).

3 INCHES OF BLOOD recently shot a video for the song "Battles and Brotherhood" with producer/director Rick Podd, who has worked on such movies as "The Watcher" and "Hellraiser". The band also performed a very special headlining, one-off CD-release show at The Knitting Factory in Los Angeles on Wednesday, September 9.

Clark previously stated about the band's new CD, "Much like our last record, it is a step beyond the album that precedes it. We've again taken what we do a step further and not made 'Fire up the Blades Part 2', we've stuck to our formula — no formula. We are true metal fans and we've made an unapologetic metal record. I think this our most focused record to date, from writing all the way to mixing there was no unnecessary drama or too many cooks in the kitchen. This is 3 INCHES OF BLOOD at its most punishing, epic and mighty."


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