3 INCHES OF BLOOD has released a lyric video for their track, "Storming Juno." Taken from their most recent album, 'LONG LIVE HEAVY METAL', vocalist Cam Pipes explains how the song is a tribute anthem: "Storming Juno is a tribute to the soldiers of the Canadian armed forces that got the first foothold for the allies on D-Day during World War II. Every November 11 we remember all who served, some who made the ultimate sacrifice, in service to their country. Releasing this lyric video is our way of acknowledging those who served our country and how proud we are of the significant contribution Canada had in fighting tyranny all those years ago."
The lyric video for "Storming Juno" can be seen here:
3 INCHES OF BLOOD has stayed on the road throughout 2012, continually supporting LONG LIVE HEAVY METAL. Produced by Terry "Sho" Murray [City of Fire, DOA], the astounding twelve-track achievement offers an explosion of sound, setting new standards for the traditional metal genre. Described by MSN as "good, honest, melodic heavy metal," the music video for "Metal Woman" can be seen HERE!
Next month, the Heavy Metal veterans will embark on a headlining West Coast run. The two-week trek will feature special guest HUNTRESS as main support, and HOOKERS as the tour opener. A list of confirmed dates can be seen below, with more to be announced shortly.
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