Former 3 INCHES OF BLOOD Bassist Looking To Join New Project

Due to "some unfortunate circumstances," bassist Nick Cates is no longer a member of the Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based band 3 INCHES OF BLOOD. The Seattle-based musician, who has also recorded and toured with KANE HODDER, is looking to put together or join a new project.

Interested parties can contact Nick via his MySpace page.

3 INCHES OF BLOOD's first album, "Battlecry Under a Wintersun" (2002), was released in the U.S. on Tuesday, February 3, 2009 and in Canada on Tuesday, February 24, 2009. It was made available by Sonic Unyon and distributed by Caroline Distribution in the U.S.

As a special treat for all who waited to get it, there are four bonus tracks included on the album that were previously unavailable outside of the U.K.

3 INCHES OF BLOOD is rumored to be in talks with Century Media Records about a new record deal following the band's split with Roadrunner.

Capital Chaos has posted video footage (see below) of 3 INCHES OF BLOOD performing on January 12, 2009 at The Boardwalk in Orangevale, California. Also on the bill were SEXCIETY, TOXIC HOLOCAUST and EARLY MAN.


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