3 INCHES OF BLOOD: OZZFEST 'Behind-The-Scenes' Footage Posted Online

Canadian battle metallers 3 INCHES OF BLOOD have posted a five-minute clip containing footage from their trip right before and on 2007's Ozzfest. Watch it below.

On November 5, Canadian battle metallers 3 INCHES OF BLOOD will release a digital EP titled "Trial of Champions". The set will include the unreleased studio tracks "Trial of Champions", "In the Time of Job When Mammon Was a Yippie" and "Key to Oblivion".

3 INCHES OF BLOOD recently confirmed its return to the U.K. in November, supporting the band's latest record "Fire Up The Blades". The group has been on the road all summer across the USA on the Ozzfest tour and is about to embark on dates with LAMB OF GOD, BEHEMOTH, DIVINE HERESY, and SHADOWS FALL during September/October.


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