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3 Inches of Blood

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by Hammer of Might, May 16, 2005.

  1. Hammer of Might

    Hammer of Might New Metal Member

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    anyone seen this band? I find their stuff quite fun, good beer swigging heavy metal with a modern edge.

    I tried to get into their appearance supporting Trivium in Colchester last weekend (I wanted to see 3 inches of blood more) but it was sold out, we only found out about it a few days before.

    Anyway, anyone seen them live? They seem to be quite a cool new band to surface amongst all the metalcore and american neo-thrash of late...
     
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    I've listened to some of their stuff at the music store, they did sound pretty good and when I get the chance I'll probably pick up an album.
     
  3. Kenneth R.

    Kenneth R. Cináed

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    hilariously good band. DESTROY THE ORCS! :lol:
     
  4. unknown

    unknown fuck ftagn

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    I saw them live with Satyricon...rather interesting (comically)...half of the band look like hillbillies...the drummer has the most odd setup...and their sound system failed halfway through the set (unbeknownst to the drummer for about 20 seconds because he kept playing).
     
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    3 Inches of Blood is awesome. Sure, not the best band in the world, but they put on a good live show and make fun music. I think I've seen them 6 times (they're always playing in Tacoma/Seattle) and my band opened for them once also.
     
  6. SlaughterofSoul

    SlaughterofSoul Forever Underground

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    Good for a couple of listens, that's about it.
     
  7. Jean-Pierre

    Jean-Pierre Son of The Bitch

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    I'd say they're modern metalcore that tries too hard to be Rvnning Wild. That's basically it. And their drummer is fucking pitiful.
     
  8. Christie_fell

    Christie_fell Oh, the pain.

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    ^You used to like them, shut up.
     
  9. Jean-Pierre

    Jean-Pierre Son of The Bitch

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    what
     
  10. Christie_fell

    Christie_fell Oh, the pain.

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    Cleared
     
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    genocide roach DOOOOOOOOOOM

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    great band. fun definatly describes em
    ~gR~
     
  13. Funeral Portrait

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    lol @ Jean calling them metalcore.
     
  14. Jean-Pierre

    Jean-Pierre Son of The Bitch

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    "modern" metalcore. As in what's excepted as such nowadays.
     
  15. Zack

    Zack charting my way to top :)

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    I kind of like them. I really have to be in the mood though.
     
  16. anonymousnick2001

    anonymousnick2001 World's Greatest Vocalist

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    unknown fuck ftagn

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    The metalcore of the pre modern era (pre 1950s) was nowhere near the upper echelons that today's metalcore resides in.

    ACCEPTED
     
  18. sikth

    sikth ...discombobulated

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    A few of my friends went to that gig (there big trivium fans), I don't think they really "got" three inches of blood though. Personnally I think there good for a quick giggle, nothing more.
     
  19. Kenneth R.

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    pre 50s metal? :err:
     
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    Mormagil bring back the corvee

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