THREE INCHES OF BLOOD Name New CD

Canadian metallers THREE INCHES OF BLOOD have set "Advance and Vanquish" as the title of their Roadrunner Records debut, tentatively due in September/October. Recorded at a Chicago studio with producer Neil Kernon (NEVERMORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, DEICIDE), the album is slated to be mixed beginning in early July with Colin Richardson (MACHINE HEAD, FEAR FACTORY, NAPALM DEATH). The band laid down 15 tracks in total, including new versions of previously recorded tracks "Destroy The Orks" and "Ride Dark Horse Ride". A recently recorded demo track, entitled "Deadly Sinners", is available for download at this location.

THREE INCHES OF BLOOD made a mark in 2003 touring the U.K. with THE DARKNESS in support of their indie album "Battlecry Under a Winter Sun" (released in the U.K. on the Death O' Clock Records label).

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