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5th March 2012

3 inches of blood

3 Inches Of Blood, Canada's proud defenders of real, honest, no bullshit Heavy Metal, finally announce their anticipated return to Europe. Their 'Long Live Heavy Metal' tour will be supported by their label mates Angelus Apatrida as well as Goatwhore and Havok.

Cam Pipes (vocals): "We are extremely excited and proud to announce our first full headlining European tour. It has been far too long since our last time over there, so we feel it is our duty to bring a mighty strong package with us to help bring Heavy Metal power to the fans across the continent. This will be a tour not to be missed. Long Live Heavy Metal in Europe."

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Long Live Heavy Metal European Tour 2012

05.05.12 (D) Essen - Turock
06.05.12 (NL) Rotterdam - Baroeg
07.05.12 (UK) Nottingham - The Rescue Rooms
08.05.12 (UK) Aberdeen - The Tunnels
09.05.12 (UK) Manchester - Moho
10.05.12 (UK) Belfast - Limelight
11.05.12 (IRL) Dublin - The Pint
12.05.12 (UK) Plymouth - White Rabbit
13.05.12 (UK) London - Underworld
14.05.12 (B) Antwerp - Trix
15.05.12 (D) Stuttgart - 1210
16.05.12 (CH) Winterthur - Gaswerk
17.05.12 (D) Munich - Feierwerk
18.05.12 (I) Massa - Swamp Club
19.05.12 (I) Misano Adriatico (RN) - Boulevard Club
20.05.12 (A) Vienna - Viper Room
21.05.12 (SLO) Ljubljana - Gala Hala
22.05.12 (CZ) Prague - Hoodoo Club
23.05.12 (D) Dresden - Chemiefabrik
24.05.12 (D) Hamburg - Markthalle
25.05.12 (DK) Copenhagen - Pumpehuset
26.05.12 (D) Berlin - K17

Tickets are on sale now and you can get yours by clicking here. Hurry - they are already selling fast...

In addition, 3 Inches Of Blood have revealed their first studio webisode. Taken while in the studio recording their forthcoming album, 'Long Live Heavy Metal', the first video update gives an inside look at the recording process for the new album.

This episode features both drum tracking and guitar work on the anthemic track 'One For The Ditch'.

'Long Live Heavy Metal' is due for release on 26th March.


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