THREE INCHES OF BLOOD: U.S. Album Release Delayed

Canadian metallers THREE INCHES OF BLOOD have pushed back the U.S. release date of their full-length debut, "Battlecry Under a Winter Sun", to February 17 through Arena Rock Recording Co. (distributed by ADA).

Upcoming THREE INCHES OF BLOOD tour dates:

Nov. 14 - Seattle, WA @ Studio 7
Nov. 22 - Kamloops, BC @ Sportmart Place
Dec. 01 - St.Louis, MO @ Creepy Crawl
Dec. 02 - Nashville, TN @ Tba
Dec. 03 - Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero
Dec. 04 - Mariettta, GA @ Swayze's
Dec. 05 - Anniston, AL @ 1213 Rock Club
Dec. 06 - Myrtle Beach, SC @ The Limelight
Dec. 07 - Augusta, GA @ Plus Eight
Dec. 08 - Lumberton, NC @ Sapp Rec, Center
Dec. 09 - Virginia Beach, VA @ Bubba's Beach Club
Dec. 10 - Springfield, VA @ Jaxx
Dec. 11 - Ronkonkoma, NY @ Hungarian Hall
Dec. 12 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ Club Crannell
Dec. 13 - Buffalo, NY @ Cruise In
Dec. 14 - Philadelphia, PA @ Unitarian Church
Dec. 15 - New York City, NY @ Club Rare
Dec. 16 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Roboto Project
Dec. 17 - Detroit, MI @ Shelter
Dec. 18 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Skelletones
Dec. 19 - Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Center
Dec. 20 - Chicago, IL @ Fireside Bowl


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