New '3' Song
2014-04-03 by DeathsThread | 12 Comments

Listeners can stream Woodstock rockers 3's new song "Sugarlife" at their official Bandcamp:

http://3band.bandcamp.com/track/sugarlife

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Betray
April 3rd 2014

2726 Comments


bleh

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SirDrumsalot
April 3rd 2014

1537 Comments


Dang that sucked.
I had heard a few songs that were MUCH better than that a while back and always meant to try to listen to these guys more. But if thats what the rest of it sounds like maybe I'll just stay away.

MO
April 3rd 2014

18522 Comments


definitely a solid live band

shitty studio band

Libertarian
April 3rd 2014

84 Comments


Sounds a bit like a C&C song that would've been on Second Stage Turbine Blade. They always sounded similar and Eppard is the brother of Josh so it makes sense.

This band could make a masterful album but something is missing.

Mabbitt
April 3rd 2014

1353 Comments


Sounds a bit like a C&C song that would've been on Second Stage Turbine Blade


Sounds more like In Keeping Secrets or Good Apollo I to me.

Anyways, song is pretty good, but that's only because it sounds so much like Coheed lol. This band has some songs that are awesome (Alien Angel, Serpents in Disguise) but the rest of their stuff is hit and miss.

This band could make a masterful album but something is missing.


Pretty much

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
April 3rd 2014

1987 Comments


The Ghost You Gave to Me is pretty awesome.

This song is good. Nothing amazing, but good.

Kalopsia
April 3rd 2014

930 Comments


The Ghost You Gave to Me and The End is Begun are good albums. some clunker songs on both though, so I wouldn't judge them on just this one song.

Nomos
April 3rd 2014

830 Comments


"This band could make a masterful album but something is missing."

This has always frustrated me to no end about them. They have so much going for them in every way,
they have some amazing melodies, but it's like each album has 50% great songs, and then the other
have is them sounding sort of sleepy and uninspired and cheesy.

I imagine they would be really cool live though. And I don't mind this song.

Kalopsia
April 3rd 2014

930 Comments


i saw them open for Coheed once but i was incredibly drunk and didn't realize who they were

freedomofspeechnoway
April 3rd 2014

413 Comments


Thank god there was that story a few weeks ago letting me know that a new 3 song would be released. I set my phone to remind me for today so I could come back and listen to it.

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Kalopsia
April 3rd 2014

930 Comments


"freedomofspeechnoway
March 11th 2014

Okay, then write an article when they actually release a song.

But I guess "On April 1st there will be news" is a good story too."




well at least you're consistent at being a bitch, i'll give you that

MonotoneMop
April 4th 2014

161 Comments


I kind of like this song. There's a vague hint of Paint By Number, which is pretty much the only album by these guys I still listen to.



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