- Advance and Vanquish
Advance and Vanquish Studio album by 3 Inches of Blood Released September 28, 2004 Recorded Engine Studios, Chicago, Illinois, May–June 2004 Genre Heavy metal
Length 50:33 Label Roadrunner Producer Neil Kernon 3 Inches of Blood chronology Battlecry Under a Wintersun
Advance and Vanquish
Fire Up the Blades
Singles from Advance and Vanquish
- "Deadly Sinners"
Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic  Metal Temple 
Advance and Vanquish is the second studio album by Canadian power metal band 3 Inches of Blood. It was released on September 28, 2004, and was their first release by Roadrunner Records. It is the only release by the band to feature bassist and drummer Brian Redman and Matt Wood respectively, and the last to feature original guitarists Sunny Dhak and Bobby Froese who later went on to reform their previous band Pride Tiger. The cover art was illustrated by Edward Repka who has also designed album covers for such acclaimed bands as Megadeth and Death.
All songs written and composed by 3 Inches of Blood.
No. Title Length 1. "Fear on the Bridge (Upon the Boiling Sea I)" 3:14 2. "Deadly Sinners" 4:31 3. "Revenge Is a Vulture" 3:26 4. "Dominion of Deceit" 4:18 5. "Premonition of Pain" 4:35 6. "Lord of the Storm (Upon the Boiling Sea II)" 5:05 7. "Wykydtron" 3:52 8. "Swordmaster" 4:24 9. "Axes of Evil" 4:28 10. "Crazy Nights" 3:18 11. "Destroy the Orcs" 2:21 12. "The Phantom of the Crimson Cloak" 3:11 13. "Isle of Eternal Despair (Upon the Boiling Sea III)" 3:51 Bonus tracks No. Title Length 14. "Quest for the Manticore" (Japanese bonus track) 4:04
- "Fear on the Bridge" is the first part of a pirate trilogy entitled "Upon the Boiling Sea". The second part is the sixth track, "Lord of the Storm" and the third is the thirteenth track, "Isle of Eternal Despair". The trilogy is mainly about greed and punishment and was inspired by the music of German power metal band Running Wild.
- "Deadly Sinners" is about a fictionalized glory of Heavy Metal, and those who unsuccessfully attempt to destroy it.
- "Revenge Is a Vulture" is "about something that you've set out to finally accomplish," as stated by vocalist Jamie Hooper.
- "Dominion of Deceit" is the band's "pagan power song," also stated by Hooper. It tells a story about heathens uniting to rise against the sanctity of the church.
- "Premonition of Pain" is about a soothsayer who alerts his king about fore coming dangers, but the king would not listen and is defeated because of his own folly.
- "Wykydtron" is about a cyborg created to serve mankind, who eventually becomes out of control. The story of the name of the song as follows: "An unnamed band that opened for us wasn't very good," explains Hooper. "Somebody ripped their name off a poster and wrote in 'Wykydtron.' I don't know what it means, but it sounded cool and futuristic. So we developed it into a space-themed tale of cyborg warfare."
- "Swordmaster" is about the revenge of a knight.
- "Axes of Evil" is based on human greed. In the words of Hooper, "people with good intentions, once given the power sometimes don't know what to do with it, and that's where that one is coming from." Similarities can also be drawn to the human storyline of the game WarCraft 3, which Pipes has commented as having influenced the song.
- "Crazy Nights" was written by vocalist Cam Pipes about a good time the band had in London, where they got into a bar fight in New Cross.
- "Destroy the Orcs" was inspired by the work of J. R. R. Tolkien, and also about revenge.
- "The Phantom of the Crimson Cloak" is about a creature that feeds on human flesh and hunts and kills anyone who crosses its path in the night.
- Cam Pipes – clean vocals
- Jamie Hooper – screaming vocals
- Sunny Dhak – lead guitar
- Bobby Froese – rhythm guitar
- Brian Redman – bass
- Matt Wood – drums
- Brian Deck – drum technician
- Mike Gitter – a&r
- Neil Kernon – producer, engineer
- UE Nastasi – mastering
- Edward Repka – cover art
- Colin Richardson – mixing
- Dan Turner – mixing assistant
- "Destroy the Orcs" is a re-recording of a song from the band's debut album. A second song from their debut album, "Ride Darkhorse, Ride", was also re-recorded during these sessions, but has yet to be released.
- The album's only single, "Deadly Sinners", is featured in the PlayStation 2 game Tony Hawk's Underground 2, although the version heard on the game is a demo, containing no lead guitar solo and having rougher vocal tracks. The album version can be heard in Saints Row 2, on the metal radio station. The song is also featured in the PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 videogame Brütal Legend, along with "Destroy the Orcs". The "metalheads" from Brütal Legend also appear to be styled on the army from this album cover.
- ^ Allmusic review
- ^ Alex Farmakis (October 20, 2005). "Album: 3 Inches of Blood, Advance and Vanquish, (Roadrunner Records)". Metal Temple. http://www.metal-temple.com/site/catalogues/entry/reviews/cd_3/0-9_3/3_inches_of_blood_3.htm. Retrieved March 5, 2010.
- ^ Tim (September 11, 2006). "Mass Movement Magazine - Interview: 3 Inches of Blood". Mass Movement Magazine. http://www.massmovementmag.com/wordpress/interview-3-inches-of-blood. Retrieved Apr. 28, 2007.
- ^ "Music Emissions - Three Inches (76 mm) Of Blood Artist Page". Music Emissions. http://www.musicemissions.com/artists/Three+Inches+Of+Blood?sid=8b11dcc92de75c911506b73ed2594469. Retrieved Apr. 28, 2007.
- "Deadly Sinners"
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