May. 18, 2011 - Issue #813: Choose your own adventure
3 Inches of Blood
Wed, May 25 (8 pm) / Starlite Room, $20
Vancouver metal stalwarts 3 Inches of Blood return to Edmonton on the back of a new seven-inch, "Anthems for the Victorious." Singer Cam Pipes lays out what his life's soundtrack consists of when he's at home and when he's on the road.
At home: Morning, Noon & Night
I'm either woken up by one of my cats whining to be fed or my wife watching Judge Judy.
Afternoons usually driving while listening to Team 1040, Vancouver sports-talk radio.
The sound of my dog snoring while I watch Star Trek: The Next Generation before going to sleep.
On the road: Morning, Noon & Night
The sound of our tour manager saying, "Time to get up."
Music in the afternoon is controlled by whoever is driving our tour van at the time. I put my Ipod on shuffle, so you never know. Every driver has varying musical choices
When there isn't a band playing there's something playing on the venue's PA system and it varies from good to downright awful shit. Depends on the taste of the venue's soundman
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