Here Waits Thy Doom

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Here Waits Thy Doom
Studio album by 3 Inches of Blood
Released August 31, 2009
Recorded 2009 at Sound House Recordings, Seattle
Genre Heavy metal, power metal
Length 51:29
Label Century Media Records
Producer Jack Endino
3 Inches of Blood chronology
Fire Up the Blades
(2007)
Here Waits Thy Doom
(2009)
Long Live Heavy Metal
(2012)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Here Waits Thy Doom is the fourth studio album from the Canadian heavy metal band 3 Inches of Blood. It is the first 3 Inches of Blood album not to feature vocalist Jamie Hooper and thus the first to feature no founding members of the band. This is also the first 3 Inches of Blood album released through Century Media. On June 29, 2009 members of the Goatriders Horde fan club were granted the first to listen to the new song "Call of the Hammer." The song was available for streaming via the band's Myspace page starting July 8, 2009. On September 9 the band released a new music video for the track "Silent Killer"[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Music Length
1. "Battles and Brotherhood"   Cam Pipes, Justin Hagberg, Shane Clark 4:46
2. "Rock In Hell"   Pipes, Hagberg 4:56
3. "Silent Killer"   Pipes, Hagberg 4:12
4. "Fierce Defender"   Pipes, Hagberg, Clark 5:15
5. "Preacher's Daughter"   Pipes, Hagberg 6:47
6. "Call of the Hammer"   Pipes, Hagberg, Clark 2:58
7. "Snake Fighter"   Pipes, Hagberg 3:18
8. "At the Foot of the Great Glacier"   Pipes, Clark 3:17
9. "All of them Witches"   Pipes, Hagberg, Clark 6:42
10. "12:34"     1:45
11. "Execution Tank"   Pipes, Clark 7:33

Personnel[edit]

  • Cam Pipes – clean vocals
  • Justin Hagberg – harsh vocals, guitars, bass, organ & piano, gang vocals on #05
  • Shane Clark – guitars, bass, acoustic guitars, gang vocals on #05
  • Ash Pearson - drums

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Masa Anzai, Dan Rheault, James Farwell, Brad McKinnon: gang vocals on #05

References[edit]

  1. ^ allmusic review
  2. ^ "New Video || 3 Inches Of Blood- Silent Killer". Metalcallout.com. 2011-09-26. Retrieved 2012-02-21.