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HardRockChick Interviews Shane Clark, Guitarist for 3 Inches of Blood

December 11, 2012 | I spoke to 3 Inches of Blood guitarist Shane Clark before their gig at the Whisky-A-Go-Go in Hollywood. Topics include LA audiences, fan reception of their last album, Doomsday, New Year’s Resolutions (and glassblowing!), and wish list bands to tour with. Show review here.

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Deadly Sinners: 3 Inches of Blood, Huntress, The Hookers @ Whisky-A-Go-Go, 12/11/12

I had fun on the boat, but, boy, did it feel good to be seeing a show on solid ground again. After interviewing 3 Inches of Blood guitarist Shane Clark before the show, grabbing some sushi, and buying my 3IOB bootie shorts from merch…I settled in to a fun night of feel-good metal. First up, […]

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NIL: ELUVEITIE, 3 INCHES OF BLOOD, HOLY GRAIL @ BACKSTAGE LIVE, 2/21/11

Nil: Eluveitie, 3 Inches of Blood, Holy Grail @ Backstage Live, 2/21/11

Every time I look down I’m going 85. I’ve really been trying to slow down….but it’s so hard. I just want to get to the good stuff. This was my first time to venture to Backstage Live. It’s across the railroad tracks from downtown San Antonio, in a slightly shady area. The small parking lot […]

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Something To Die For: Lamb of God, Five Finger Death Punch, Hatebreed, 3 Inches of Blood @ Sunken Garden, 8/15/10

15 years ago, at age 15, I went to my first rock show sans parental supervision at Sunken Garden in San Antonio. It was to see Bush, The Toadies, and Hum. I remember waiting in line to get in and feeling like the youngest person there. I recall how people were dressed – frayed flannel […]

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18 and Life: Mayhem Fest: Korn, Rob Zombie, Lamb of God, Five Finger Death Punch, Hatebreed, Chimaira, 3 Inches of Blood @ Shoreline Amphitheater, 7/11/10

Dear 18 year old me, I’m writing you from 12 years in the future, where everything and nothing is the same, and your life is about to come to one of those defining full circle moments. You’re about to graduate high school and leave that small town you hate. I’m about to move back there. […]

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