3 Inches of Blood
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3 Inches of Blood, abbreviated as 3IoB, is a Canadian heavy metal band from Vancouver, British Columbia, formed in 1999. They are mostly influenced by the bands involved with the New Wave of British Heavy Metal of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Before 3 Inches of Blood, Pipes and Hagberg were in a black metal band called Allfather. When Pipes was around 10 years old, he sang in his school's choir. In 2007, the band were a support act for British heavy metal band Iron Maiden.
- also known as Three Inches of Blood
- genres: Power metal, Heavy metal, Thrash metal, Speed metal, Black metal, Viking metal
- albums: "Battlecry Under a Winter Sun", "Advance and Vanquish", "3 Inches of Blood", "Fire Up the Blades", "Trial of Champions", "Here Waits Thy Doom", "Destroy the Orcs", "Ride Darkhorse, Ride", "Anthems for the Victorious", "Long Live Heavy Metal"
"3 Inches of Blood": Sect of the White Worm is the first EP by Canadian metal band 3 Inches of Blood. It was self-released in April 2001. Vocalist Cam Pipes was originally only invited to record background clean vocals for select tracks after the recording process was mostly complete, However the band liked the idea of having him on board full time and so he recorded more vocals which were dubbed over the rest of the songs before it reached its release.
- also known as Sect of the White Worm
- genres: Heavy metal, Power metal, Black metal
- released in (14 years ago)
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