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Canadian heavy metal rockers 3 Inches of Blood are bidding adieu to the stage once and for all with two final shows this November 7-8 at the Commodore Ballroom in their hometown of Vancouver. The band has featured a rotating lineup since forming in 1999, but their latest roster is the most intense and ferocious yet, whipping fans into a frenzy every time they take the stage to perform their blistering, bludgeoning brand of take-no-prisoners speed metal. Whether they’re egging fans on with cries of “show us what you’re made of” on “The Goatrider’s Horde” or inspiring serious thrashing with savage cuts from their 2012 album Long Live Heavy Metal, 3 Inches of Blood are sure to leave it all on the stage as they rock fans at their highly anticipated – and bittersweet – farewell shows.


3 Inches of Blood formed in Vancouver in 1999 and quickly made a name for themselves with their debut EP Sect of the White Worm. They followed up in 2002 with their debut album Battlecry Under a Wintersun, which they supported on tour with beloved UK glam metal outfit The Darkness. The tour exposure earned them critical attention and a growing fanbase, leading to a deal with Roadrunner Records in 2004. They made their debut on the label that same year with sophomore album Advance and Vanquish, an underground success they supported with extensive touring. 3 Inches of Blood continued to record and tour amid several lineup changes in the latter half of the decade, releasing Fire Up in Blades in 2007 and Here Waits Thy Doom in 2009. Both albums charted on the Billboard 200, earning them more exposure and a growing mainstream fanbase. With the release of 2012’s Long Live Heavy Metal the band made their first appearance on the Canadian charts, marking a hometown victory that propelled their continued touring.  After more than 15 years of electrifying metal mayhem, 3 Inches of Blood will blow fans' minds with one last epic hurrah at their farewell shows in Vancouver in late 2015.