THREE To Release 'The End Is Begun' In July

Woodstock, NY-based band THREE (3) will release its new album "The End Is Begun" in Europe on July 23 via Metal Blade Records (July 20 in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy). The CD was mixed by Toby Wright, who has previously worked with ALICE IN CHAINS, METALLICA, CORROSION OF CONFORMITY and FEAR FACTORY, among many others.

"The End Is Begun" track listing:

01. The World is Born of Flame
02. The End is Begun
03. Battle Cry
04. All that Remains
05. My Divided Falling
06. Serpents in Disguise
07. Been to the Future
08. Bleeding me Home
09. Live Entertainemment
10. Diamond in the Crush
11. Shadow Play
12. These Iron Bones
13. The Last Day
European Bonus Song:
14. Dregs (Acoustic Version)

THREE came together in the mid-1990s and very quickly developed a strong local following. In the year 2000, THREE landed a recording contract with Planet Noise Records, and released its debut CD, "Paint by Number", an exquisite collection of 14 tracks.

In 2003, THREE released its follow-up CD, "Summer Camp Nightmare", an album that marked an evolutionary leap in the bands already highly developed sound. When fellow NY-based rockers COHEED AND CAMBRIA got their hands on this record they insisted that THREE hit the road with them, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Enter 2005, the band signed to Metal Blade Records and prepared the re-release of "Wake Pig", which was previously released by Planet Noise Records in 2004, with new art and lyrics which were not in the earlier version, two new songs, a couple of remixes, and new vocals added to the song "Where's Max".

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