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DeVries out, Hughell in… Stroud out, DeVries in

Matt DeVries (picture above on the left), who left Chimaira to join his former Chimaira bandmates Rob Arnold and Kevin Talley in Six Feet Under last year, left Six Feet Under. Former Brain Drill and Vile bassist Jeff Hughell (pictured above on the right) joined Six Feet Under shortly afterwards.

DeVries isn’t unemployed now though. Matt joined Fear Factory to replace Byron Stroud (pictured above in the middle), who joined 3 Inches of Blood earlier this year.

To make matters even more confusing, I will now give you some of the official announcements by the bands about their new bassists and I’ll black out the names so you’ll have absolutely no idea who is talking about whom.

“… is proud to announce our new member, bass player … He’s an amazing musician and I have been a fan of his work since first hearing … a few years back. We feel with the addition of …, all the puzzle pieces are in place and the killing machine known as … is now a true force to be reckoned with! Prepare to be toe tagged and body bagged.”

I wonder who said that.

“We are very excited to have … playing bass for … We feel he is a great addition to our touring lineup. He has been a friend for a very long time and he is a great musician who will be a perfect instrument in the … machine.”

Hmm, there’s a big hint in there about who the band is. Read all the links I provided above and you’ll soon know where the announcements came from. Yes, you have to work for your news on Dose of Metal. Nothing is for free here!


3 Inches of Blood guitarist wants to be your pet dinosaur

Justin Hagberg (3 Inches of Blood)

Justin Hagberg, the guitarist for 3 Inches of Blood, and his kinda kinky looking graphic designer girlfriend Rheanna Olson, want to be your pets! Isn’t that cute? The couple have offered to pretend to be dinosaurs for a full year, taking 24 hour shifts, doing absolutely anything (except sex stuff… aaaw), in exchange for a house ownership in Vancouver. Those silly Canadians.

The couple apparently thought of the idea after seeing an ad for a house in Vancouver selling for one million dollars, so as the response to the high prices they came up with the their own ad and put it up on Craigslist. You can watch a news report here, and since the original ad has since expired, I’ve found a copy of the text, which you can read after you make the jump.


7 inches of 3 Inches of Blood

3 Inches of Blood, have announced the release date for their upcoming 7″ EP, Anthems For The Victorious, as May 12th. The limited edition orange vinyl will feature two brand new tracks.

7″? Three inches of blood? Lulz insert period joke here.

More information can be found over at ThePRP.


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Aren’t we just awesome? While Guido was busy listening to new bands, I was busy copy/pasting posting freshly released music links. So what’s new?

VYGR have posted a new song to their Facebook page (note the URL), and it’s from their new cleverly named album Voyager. Why name the band in such a way that you’d need to name the album properly just so people would get it is beyond me.

Blindside, the band I once saw opening for Mudvayne (in 2003, you know, before this) and of which I have absolutely no memory of, also have something new. Go here if you’re interested in it.

Another band has something new. But this time, a whole album available for streaming. Above Symmetry‘s the name, above crap is the game. Hopefully, but I wouldn’t know anything about it because I’m too busy listening to Mudvayne right now.

Just kidding. You too.

Deranged have been pretty busy as well, and have come up with something for you to kill a few minutes of your time with. Click here.

Anvil have also been working hard. Unfortunately, it’s not a new documentary, but they have a new song. FukenEh!

That’s it…

NOT! Surprise round of new music videos after the jump.


Weak Recap: Hello, we’re metal!

We’re one of the last of a dying breed. We’re the Albert Einstein of brutality, the William Shakespear of violence, the Arnold Schwarzenegger of funny, the Michael Jackson of metal. All these comparisons are way off though… because we’re better than those guys and we’re certainly better than anyone else out there, including you!

We’re so good, we’re interviewing each other. Who needs interviews with musicians, who have been interviewed already thousands of times? No one!

So, you want to know what happened this past week in metal? Make the jump, we’ll teach you a lesson.

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