Long Live Heavy Metal

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Long Live Heavy Metal
3 Inches of Blood - Long Live Heavy Metal.jpg
Studio album by 3 Inches of Blood
Released March 15, 2012
Genre Heavy metal, power metal
Length 52:48
Label Century Media Records
3 Inches of Blood chronology
Here Waits Thy Doom
(2009)
Long Live Heavy Metal
(2012)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Lords of Metal 85/100 [2]
Thrash Hits 4.5/6 stars[3]

Long Live Heavy Metal is the fifth and final studio album from the Canadian heavy metal band 3 Inches of Blood. It is the second 3 Inches of Blood album to be released through Century Media and not feature Jamie Hooper on screaming vocals.[4]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Metal Woman" 4:48
2. "My Sword Will Not Sleep" 4:37
3. "Leather Lord" 3:57
4. "Chief And The Blade" 2:27
5. "Dark Messenger" 4:07
6. "Look Out" (Ronnie James Dio tribute) 5:29
7. "4000 Torches" 4:16
8. "Leave It On The Ice" 3:34
9. "Die For Gold (Upon The Boiling Sea IV)" 4:03
10. "Storming Juno" 4:24
11. "Men Of Fortune" 7:35
12. "One For The Ditch" 3:31
  • Bonus tracks 13 & 14 taken from the "Anthems For The Victorious" EP.
  • Bonus track 15 already released as a bonus track on the Deluxe edition of "Here Waits Thy Doom".
  • Bonus track 16 already released as a bonus track on the Digital & vinyl Editions of "Here Waits Thy Doom".

Personnel[edit]

3 Inches Of Blood[edit]

  • Cam Pipes – clean vocals
  • Justin Hagberg – harsh vocals, rhythm & lead guitars, bass
  • Shane Clark – lead & rhythm guitars, bass
  • Ash Pearson - drums & percussion

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Alia O'Brien - flute on #04
  • Terry "Sho" Murray - producer
  • Kim Thiessen - artworks

Notes[edit]

Although Byron Stroud appears on the credits as bassist member of the band, all basses on the album were performed by Justin Hagberg & Shane Clark. Both were credited using a ficticional character, 'Shustin Hagblark', a mix of both names.

References[edit]

  1. ^ allmusic review
  2. ^ Nima. "3 Inches Of Blood - Long Live Heavy Metal". Lords of Metal. 
  3. ^ Tom Dare. "Album: 3 Inches of Blood - Long Live Heavy Metal". Thrash Hits. Thrash Hits. Retrieved April 6, 2012. 
  4. ^ "3 INCHES OF BLOOD - Long Live Heavy Metal Album Art, Tracklisting Revealed". BW&BK. Retrieved January 31, 2012.