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Three Left / Press

““Beating Around The Bush” starts out the EP with as pure as a hard rock song as you will find anywhere. The chorus line of “one by one we all fall down, single file with a single round” is a powerful line open to so many interpretations with today’s current events!”

“Very fast paced and aggressive with some awesome mind blowing guitar riffs, heavy drum beats and cool yet hard vocals!”

“I was first introduced to this band by a friend in the local hard rock scene and later attended an outdoor festival show down in Kenosha, Wisconsin. What I saw was a highly energetic and well-received show!”

“The result is high quality.This EP is making continuous fun: all killer - No Filler!!”

“I’m not completely sure if this is Three Left’s debut, but if is then it’s one hell of a debut! I cannot wait until they release another album as I’m sure it will be as entertaining as this EP is!”

““Face Turned Black” for me is the standout track, reminiscent of early Misfits but much more refined. With a stuttering guitar riff that clears the way for an unrelenting rhythm that is like thunder in the night sky!”

“As for me, I simply hit the “play” button at “Let Me Go” for as many times as I can recall :) What’s with the electrifying guitar rhythms, seamless chord progressions, head-banging growls and screaming vocals.”

“There are a lot of wicked melodies and punchy grooves packed into this EP and Barely two songs in, this band has me hook, line and sinker!”

“The playing time of about 22 minutes just flies - equal to Repeat and hear "Three Left" a second time!”

“Tunes like ‘Face Turned Black,’ ‘Stand Up,’ and ‘Beating Around the Bush’ hit hard while remaining pretty radio friendly!”

“Vocally Superb, Lyrically supreme and the music is toe tapping, head banging, jump in the air stuff!”

“Their self-titled EP has a great rhythm to it that is key to any sort of rock album, but it also has an edge to it that rivals that of heavier alternative metal bands!”

“In songs like "Let Me Go", which is also one of the best songs on "Three Left", these guys have quite a steady hand at songwriting.”