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Former 3 Inches of Blood Bassist Brian Redman Dies in Vehicle Crash
Former 3 Inches of Blood and Trial bassist Brian Redman died in a vehicular accident near his home in Tacoma, Wash., on Saturday, Sept. 26. According to posts on Blabbermouth.net, Weekly Valcano's "Spew" blog, and the Website of Doyles Public House (the latter of which he worked at as a bartender), Redman, who left the band after the release of 2004's 'Advance & Vanquish,' had recent
New Releases: Infected Mushroom, Ensiferum, 3 Inches of Blood, Threat Signal, Chevelle
New Releases: Infected Mushroom, Ensiferum, 3 Inches of Blood, Threat Signal, Chevelle
The holiday weekend has passed, and while Noisecreep got some rest, there was no rest for the wicked on retail shelves when it came to metal. With amazing releases in tow, last week metal made its mark on the charts. Reported from the crew over at Metal Insider, the top releases of the week were notable debuts ifrom Solid State's Oh, Sleeper, with 4,000 units sold in the first week...
Shane Clark of 3 Inches of Blood Doesn’t Love Hockey as Much as He Used To
Shane Clark of 3 Inches of Blood Doesn’t Love Hockey as Much as He Used To
Shane Clark, guitarist for 3 Inches of Blood, admits that he doesn't love hockey that much anymore. Wait ... isn't that a crime punishable by death in Canada? Isn't Saturday night known as 'hockey night' for our neighbors to the north? However, there's a reason for Clark's change o' heart about his country's sport du jour...

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