Canadian rockers 3 Inches Of Blood are set to play a tribute show in memory of their former bassist, who died in a road crash in September (09).
Brian Redman was killed on 26 September (09) when he was thrown from his scooter after hitting a kerb near his home in Tacoma, Washington.
The band will return to the town on 7 November (09) to play a special show dedicated to their late pal, according to Blabbermouth.net.
A statement from the group reads, "We are happy to be paying tribute to our lost friend and former bandmate, Brian Redman. This show is about honouring Brian's memory and celebrating his life. We want everyone to enjoy this show, have fun and remember the good we all had with Brian because he always knew how to have a good time and we're confident that he would have wanted it that way."
Redman played with the rockers for two years between 2004 and 2006, before leaving to front band Dirty Knockers. He also played with Trial, and Left With Nothing.
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