Tres Dias is the fifth solo album by American rock musician Brant Bjork. It was released on February 27, 2007, through Duna Records. The album was produced by Tony Mason at Back of the Moon Studios in Joshua Tree, California.
Tres Dias is a laid-back, acoustic album that features Bjork's signature desert rock sound. The album's title is Spanish for "three days," and the songs on the album reflect Bjork's time spent in the desert. The album features guest appearances from former Kyuss bandmate Josh Homme on guitar and vocals on the track "The Native Tongue," and former Fu Manchu bassist Brad Davis on bass on the track "The Messengers."
Tres Dias was met with positive reviews from critics. AllMusic critic Thom Jurek called the album "a beautiful, sun-drenched collection of songs that are both timeless and of the moment." The album was a commercial success, reaching number 11 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
|Sub-Genre: Desert / Hard / Punk.|
|Catalog No: HPS084.|