Behind the Barn
"Boston's Three Day Threshold has a felicitously original sound. Combining the best of The Rolling Stones, The Pogues, Little Feat and Johnny Cash, Three Day Threshold gets juiced up. 3DT's songs are energetic, loud and crafted with terrific hooks" - The Boston Herald "There's plenty of banjo and fiddle to be heard and numbers about trusty ole dogs and drinking and gambling and the stuff that's being drunk. But this isn't exactly a country album; this album rocks" - The Boston Tab "A terrifically unhinged banjo driven unit that's fast becoming one of the brightest party lights on the block." - The Boston Phoenix "A supercharged quartet that fuses country, punk, bluegrass and redneck rock but at times suffers the pitfalls of being gifted (good songs) but quirky (er, banjo)" - The Boston Globe "You guys are like the bluegrass/roots rock version of the Pogues. Made me want to get a pint of something. Totally fun stuff!!" - Shannon McClatchey, Senior National Editor, AOL Music National Programming "Banjos, cheerleaders and sideburns. Country rock soundtrack to a shotgun wedding, tractor pull or dog fight¦ Fall off the wagon face first and get up swinging doe-si-doe with the nearest smiling sow" - The Weekly Dig "The stand out track is "Rock 'n' Roll Country Music." Sounds like he's singing through a bullhorn and the tune rides a mean guitar line throughout while being accented by some eerie bluegrass fiddle playing. I'd love to make sense of the story, but in the grand tradition of "Subterranean Homesick Blues," I can't understand a f***ing word." - The Noise.