-Review- Short On Shame - "Third Degree" EP

"It's Time" for you to hear Short On Shame's debut EP.


From: Detroit, MI
Sounds like: Rock

Short On Shame have new music on the horizon, with that in mind we go back to 2014 and revisit their debut effort in the "Third Degree" EP. "Friends" opens the EP up with a crunchy track. The rockin' riffs with the straight up rock vocals really make this track a solid opener. The track is upbeat, guitar solo is amazing and its chorus make it a track that really delivers. "It's Time" starts off with an alternative rock opening and then cuts into a bass riff and an outstanding track that has high radio potential. It'd be hard to listen to the track without bopping your head or tapping your foot to the catchy chorus, guitar solo and riffs throughout the track. "Sharks" is a high energy track that really raises the bar for the EP. It's a single through and through as it's catchy as hell. "Empty Bottles" slows things down a bit from the high tempo of "Sharks". There's a dash of late 90's rock influence in the track. The track has depth which adds even more replay-ability to the EP. "Told You Before" kicks things back in high gear with an opening guitar solo which then transitions into its high octane verse. The chorus is good and with the guitar work that follows, it's even better. The sing along at the end of the track is a nice touch. "Red, White And Black" is a solid rock track. It really showcases how effortlessly the band can make an absolute banger of a rock song. "Pictures" closes out the EP with a driving rock song that's sure to build that lasting appeal to the listener. The guitar work on the track is stellar. Don't fret once the EP is over though, it won't be too much longer until new Short On Shame music is out.

Short On Shame have an spectacular debut EP here. Every single rock music fan should own this EP. New music is coming soon from them so get ready!