|Don't Have to Suffer|
|Beat You Down|
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Inspired by Mainstream Rock, Metal and Blues, 3SO has been independently hitting the rock music scene since 2005 and has been described as “a band worth keeping one’s eye on” by The Portal Magazine. Their first release “Apparition of Disorder” (5 song EP) sold thousands of units independently throughout the U.S. and their CD Single “Beat You Down” garnered airplay in radio stations in Michigan, Washington D.C., Ohio and Tennessee and over 300 internet radio stations.
Distributed digitally worldwide and physically in the U.S., the band released its full length album “Road Map to the Soul” in September 2009, and It’s a roller coaster ride of hard hitting tracks like “Descended”, “Anti” and “Bittersweet Infliction” mixed with melodic and arena ready compositions such as “Betrayed” and “Don’t Have to Suffer”. The album also features the bands rendition of the Mid-90’s hit song “Zombie” originally performed by The Cranberries. The Examiner.com described Road Map to The Soul as a solid album that provides a nice break from the typical metal genre, and is geared toward fans of newer hard rock artists, such as System of a Down and modern rock artists like Soundgarden, Audioslave, and Candlebox.
In 2009, the band went on to perform on the Monster Energy Drink stage at Crue Fest 2 along side Cavo, Rev Theory, Shram and 16 Second Stare. 3SO has also performed along side modern rock icons Puddle of Mudd, Buck Cherry and Candlebox, as well as renowned metal artists such as Kittie, Dope and Skindred. They also collaborated with International Pop/R&B/Latin artist Melissa “Cha~Cha” Figueroa and Producer Lolita (Queen of the Beats) Swain in song “Karma” which is featured on Cha~Cha’s recent LP “Euphoria”.