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3 Inches of Blood to Pay Tribute to Fallen Former Member

3 Inches of Blood

Vancouver metal outfit 3 Inches of Blood will headline a special tribute show in memory of their fallen former bassist Brian Redman at Hell’s Kitchen in Tacoma, Wash. Set for Nov. 7, the event also features local favorites Jet City Fix, Glimpse and Monuments Collide. Promoters have asked that a minimum $10 donation be taken at the door, as proceeds will go to Redman’s surviving wife, Dana.

3 Inches of Blood have commented on the upcoming appearance, saying, “We are happy to be paying tribute to our lost friend and former bandmate, Brian Redman. This show is about honoring Brian’s memory and celebrating his life. We want everyone to enjoy this show, have fun and remember the good we all had with Brian because he always knew how to have a good time and we’re confident that he would have wanted it that way.”

The band recently spoke to Noisecreep about the tragedy during a taping of our weekly podcast ”Creep Show,’ and is currently on tour celebrating the release of their 4th full-length, ‘Here Waits Thy Doom.’

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