Three Days Grace - New Singer, New Challenge
Celebrating over 12 years in the game, these Toronto-based rockers
have come from the school of hard knocks and have come up trumps, entering arguably the most exciting chapter of their career
with a brand new singer. In 2013 original member Adam Gontier left the set-up, making way for My Darkest Days frontman Matt
Walst to step into the fold and help the band power on to new heights. With four albums of intensely heavy, but always melodic,
rock under their belts and fans excited to find out where they�re heading next, it�s an exciting time for the group.
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Three Days Grace Biography - Over a
Decade of Rock Brilliance
Formed in Ontario, Canada in 1992, these heavy rockers were originally known as Groundswell,
with the first incarnation of the band coming to an end in 1995. Two years later, under their new name, singer/guitarist Adam
Gontier, drummer Neil Sanderson and bassist Brad Walst regrouped and moved to Toronto. It would be years before they were
signed to Jive Records, but during this time they honed their sound and eventually released their self-titled album in 2003,
the same year Barry Stock was recruited as lead guitarist.
The band enjoyed success but Gontier battled with personal
demons, writing lyrics for the band�s second album as he recovered from his misfortunes. They returned in 2006 with second
album One-X and consolidated their success, following it up with Life Starts Now in 2009 then Transit of
Venus in 2012.
In 2013 Gontier left the band, although fans were delighted to hear that Matt Walst - singer with
My Darkest Days - was joining the fray, allowing them to continue into a new chapter of their career. Join them as they push
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