CRISIS Cancel Plans For 3 INCHES OF BLOOD Tour

According to the CRISIS fan site FiresOfSorrow, CRISIS have cancelled plans to embark on a two-week tour with 3 INCHES OF BLOOD early next month. The group's bassist, Gia, and his wife are expecting a baby girl in early February and the band have made the choice not to tour without him. However, CRISIS will still play the Independence-D festival in Japan in March and are hard at work putting together a tour for the spring.

As previously reported, CRISIS re-shot the video for "Waking the Dead" a week ago at an old women's hospital. In contrast to the first version of the clip, this one is a concept video and looks to be "really cool!"

"Waking the Dead" is the second video off the group's latest album, "Like Sheep Led To Slaughter", which came out in May 2004 through The End/Children Of Rage Records. CRISIS' video for the track "Blood Burden" was shot last April with director Darren Doane (DEFTONES, AFI, THURSDAY, NILE).


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