- Wrongside (video attempt cira 1998 | free MP3 download via iLike)
- Wrong Alright (Gangstaship) (listen on last.fm)
- Halloween (free MP3 download via iLike)
- Alien Angel (free MP3 download via iLike)
- The End is Begun (full song on www.myspace.com/3)
- Battlecry (sound clip via iLike)
- My Divided Falling (listen on last.fm)
- Serpents in Disguise (full song on www.myspace.com/3)
- These Iron Bones (full song on www.myspace.com/3)
-3 performed at both Woodstock 1994 and 1999 festivals.
-The original line-up consisted of Joey Eppard, Josh Eppard (drummer for Shabutie/Coheed and Cambria from 1999 - 2006) and Chris Bittner (who went on to engineer Coheed and Cambria's Gold records).
-3 was signed to Universal Records in 1997, but were dropped due to a merger. This resulted in their debut album being pushed back indefinitely. A lawyer and strong believer of their music (Tom Benton) quit his business and set up a record label (Planet Noise Records) to see to it that their debut could be completed and shared with the world. In 1999, Josh Eppard was asked (by the entire band including departing drummer, Nate Kelley) to join Shabutie. His idol and mentor from 3's biggest inspiration, PEACEBOMB, took his place in 3. 3 recorded 3 more albums on Planet Noise Records before getting picked up by Metal Blade Records.
-In addition to Gartdrumm, the current formation of 3 also includes PEACEBOMB frontman- Joe Stote on percussion as well as Max Oleson (Merch Master).
-The band 3 and their touring crew travel across the US & Canada in a van.
-The original 3 members of the band 3 began writing a comic book in 1995. It was never released.
-3 has toured with a wide variety of acts. Dream Theater, Opeth, Between the Buried and Me, Porcupine Tree, Scorpions, Coheed and Cambria, Dillinger Escape Plan, Chiodos, Atreyu, Underoath, 36 Crazyfists, BoysNightOut, Chevelle, Bad Brains, Kiss Kiss and Vendetta Red.
-On Coheed and Cambria's first major fall tour (with Underoath and 3) the members of both 3 and Coheed and Cambria co-wrote and recorded a satirical EP under the name, "Fire Deuce."
-3 headlined the ProgDay Festival in September 2007.
-3 performed at the Independence-D Festival in Toyko, Japan in 2006 with Josh Eppard on drums.
-3 writes and records their records at home.
-First major video (Alien Angel) was a take on John Carpenter's film, "They Live." The masks in the music video were designed by Joey Eppard. Tom Benton and 3's tour manager (/ childhood friend/member of Fire Deuce) Mark Schiske are featured in the video.
-The title track of 2004/2005 album "Wake Pig" was featured in the film, "Wrong Turn 2."
-3's second major music video was filmed at a real castle! Bannerman's Castle on Hudson River, NY. The music video was voted one of MTV's Headbanger's Ball Top Videos of 2007.
-They have 2 drummers.
-Every band member plays drums.
-Lead singer, songwriter and acoustic guitarist, Joey Eppard, also performs with members of P-Funk as DRUGS and Funk Mob 420.
-Joey Eppard does not use a pick.
-Joey Eppard appears on the album You, My Baby & I by European artist Alex Gopher. The track, "Time" has appeared in an advertisement for Miller.
-Electric guitarist, Billy Riker, and Joey Eppard have an improvisational project called MATH. (http://www.myspace.com/187507432)
-Shabutie and 3 met as teenagers playing music in the Hudson Valley scene.
-3 recorded a cover of Pink Floyd's "See Emily Play" for their Special Edition of The End Is Begun. Gartdrumm's baby daughter makes her vocal debut.
-Mike Portnoy, drummer of Dream Theater, hand-picked 3 to be on the inaugural Progressive Nation tour. The tour has been a dream of Portnoy's for over a decade.
"3 have it all! Great musicianship, funky grooves, catchy melodies....and their latest CD is my favorite yet! I dig this band so much; they were at the top of my list for the upcoming Progressive Nation tour." - Mike Portnoy of Dream Theater
"I've been a fan of the band 3 from the moment I was turned onto their CD Wake Pig in 2006... And as much as I already loved the CD, I was even more blown away by their live performance." - Mike Portnoy of Dream Theater
"Listening to a 3 album or watching them recreate their music live is truly mind-blowing. Be one of the lucky ones to say "I remember them before they were huge", they are that good." - Howard Jones of Killswitch Engage
"One of the few modern bands I truly consider to be great, an inspiration to me and all the members of Co&Ca." - Claudio Sanchez of Coheed and Cambria
"It is hard to come by a band that combines numerous musical elements into an appealing combination. 3 is one of those bands. For their newest album The End is Begun they have created an album that shows they are truly like no other. Each member of the band is an amazing talent on their own. Together they create a sound that will blow your balls off. Enjoy!" - Travis Stever of Coheed and Cambria
"One of the great things about having 3 open for Porcupine Tree is how much they made us raise our own game - every night their incendiary 45minute set gave us an almost impossible act to follow. Simply one of the best new live acts around." - Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree
"Three is a band in the spirit of Rush, Tool, or former tour-mates Porcupine Tree that isn't afraid to do things on their own terms.* Meaning, they aren't afraid to give you different shades of the rock spectrum, and to tour hard to reach your doorstep and slap you upside the face with it." – Drummer magazine
"After their acclaimed debut Wake Pig solidified them as one of the most groundbreaking bands, Three had but one choice: follow-up with an album that reaches even farther into the cosmos than the last. In many ways, this is exactly what guitarist/vocalist Joey Eppard and company did on The End is Begun. Three has once again pushed the boundaries to exciting new places." – Outburn magazine
"Woodstock, New York's Three serve up labyrinthine, guitar-laden progressive rock without pretension or needless indulgence" – Revolver magazine
"Stunning compositions which stand shoulder to shoulder with the best Dream Theater recordings...quality musicianship which could rival jam bands such as Phish or Umphrey's McGee...commercial twists that were once the trademark of bands like Styx and Kansas...FAN-TAS-TIC!!!" - Progressive World
"Progressive rock is, by nature, a self-indulgent form- though once in a while, a Queen or Mars Volta will come along and attract listeners not possessing music degrees, thanks to a dedication to songcraft that at least matches their devotion to practice time… The disc is a rollicking trip of frenzied, yet muted guitar riffs hefty enough to satisfy the metal crowd. Upon closer inspection, however, the album sonically belies the group's Woodstock origins thanks to strong psychedelic overtones. Still, call Three a jam band at your own peril, since The End is Begun accentuates substance over style-a welcome development for all concerned." - Alternative Press