History Music / ThreeDaysGrace

3rd May '16 6:23:10 PM aye_amber
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Gontier also preformed guest vocals in the {{Apocalyptica}} song "I Don't Care" and in the Canadian supergroup Big Dirty Band for ''TrailerParkBoys: TheMovie'' along with Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee of Music/{{Rush}}, Die Mannequin's Care Failure, Ian Thornley of the band Thornley, and Music/TheTeaParty's Jeff Burrows.

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Gontier also preformed guest vocals in the {{Apocalyptica}} Music/{{Apocalyptica}} song "I Don't Care" and in the Canadian supergroup Big Dirty Band for ''TrailerParkBoys: TheMovie'' along with Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee of Music/{{Rush}}, Die Mannequin's Care Failure, Ian Thornley of the band Thornley, and Music/TheTeaParty's Jeff Burrows.
20th Apr '16 7:05:09 PM aye_amber
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Three Days Grace is an [[AlternativeRock Alternative]] HardRock[=/=]{{Post-grunge}} group from [[CanadianMusic Norwood, Ontario, Canada]]. Formed in 1992 as the band Groundswell, they consisted of Adam Gontier (vocals, rhythm guitar), Neil Sanderson (drums, backing vocals), Brad Walst (Bass, occasional backing vocals), Phil Crowe (Guitar) and Joe Grant (Guitar), all attending high school at the time. This incarnation would ultimately break up 1995. They later reformed under the name Three Days Grace in 1997 as the trio of Gontier, Sanderson and Walst. In 2003 after their debut tour they enlisted Barry Stock as lead guitarist, allowing Gontier to simply sing in concert.

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Three Days Grace is an [[AlternativeRock Alternative]] HardRock[=/=]{{Post-grunge}} HardRock[=/=] PostGrunge group from [[CanadianMusic Norwood, Ontario, Canada]]. Formed in 1992 as the band Groundswell, they consisted of Adam Gontier (vocals, rhythm guitar), Neil Sanderson (drums, backing vocals), Brad Walst (Bass, occasional backing vocals), Phil Crowe (Guitar) and Joe Grant (Guitar), all attending high school at the time. This incarnation would ultimately break up 1995. They later reformed under the name Three Days Grace in 1997 as the trio of Gontier, Sanderson and Walst. In 2003 after their debut tour they enlisted Barry Stock as lead guitarist, allowing Gontier to simply sing in concert.
16th Feb '16 10:38:32 AM flippy
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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: "I Hate Everything About You".
28th Dec '15 5:22:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* CoverVersion: Only "The Chain" by Music/FleetwoodMac has actually come from an album (which was ultimately cut from ''Life Starts Now'', becoming a bonus track). Live, they've been known to cover anything and everything, especially during the bridge of "Home," from Music/{{Filter}}'s "Hey Man, Nice Shot" to "Lose Yourself" by Music/{{Eminem}} ([[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTtPuqOYUIs then there's this]]). Gontier alone likes to do spontaneous acoustic covers of old rock and alternative songs, such as "Wicked Game" by Chris Issak, "The Drugs Don't Work" by TheVerve, "Rooster" by Music/AliceInChains, "Black" by Music/PearlJam, "Everything Falls Apart" by Dog's Eye View, "Another Lonely Day" by Ben Harper and "Free Fallin'" by Music/TomPetty.

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* CoverVersion: Only "The Chain" by Music/FleetwoodMac has actually come from an album (which was ultimately cut from ''Life Starts Now'', becoming a bonus track). Live, they've been known to cover anything and everything, especially during the bridge of "Home," from Music/{{Filter}}'s "Hey Man, Nice Shot" to "Lose Yourself" by Music/{{Eminem}} ([[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTtPuqOYUIs then there's this]]). Gontier alone likes to do spontaneous acoustic covers of old rock and alternative songs, such as "Wicked Game" by Chris Issak, "The Drugs Don't Work" by TheVerve, Music/TheVerve, "Rooster" by Music/AliceInChains, "Black" by Music/PearlJam, "Everything Falls Apart" by Dog's Eye View, "Another Lonely Day" by Ben Harper and "Free Fallin'" by Music/TomPetty.
27th Dec '15 4:35:48 AM Morgenthaler
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Gontier also preformed guest vocals in the {{Apocalyptica}} song "I Don't Care" and in the Canadian supergroup Big Dirty Band for ''TrailerParkBoys: TheMovie'' along with Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee of {{Rush}}, Die Mannequin's Care Failure, Ian Thornley of the band Thornley, and TheTeaParty's Jeff Burrows.

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Gontier also preformed guest vocals in the {{Apocalyptica}} song "I Don't Care" and in the Canadian supergroup Big Dirty Band for ''TrailerParkBoys: TheMovie'' along with Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee of {{Rush}}, Music/{{Rush}}, Die Mannequin's Care Failure, Ian Thornley of the band Thornley, and TheTeaParty's Music/TheTeaParty's Jeff Burrows.
16th Dec '15 4:14:38 PM Riana1
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** One interpretation is Adam is singing "The High Road" about breaking up with the band.
26th Sep '15 3:25:05 PM Adrimation
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On January 9 2013, long-time singer Adam Gontier left the band, citing health issues. Brad Walst's brother Matt, then with My Darkest Days, filled in on vocals during their 2013 tour, and eventually was promoted to full-time vocalist on March 28, 2014, with "Painkiller" released as the band's first post-Gontier single not too long after.

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On January 9 2013, long-time singer Adam Gontier left the band, citing health issues. Brad Walst's brother Matt, then with My Darkest Days, filled in on vocals during their 2013 tour, and eventually was promoted to full-time vocalist on March 28, 2014, with "Painkiller" released as the band's first post-Gontier single not too long after.
after. They now have "Human", their 2015 album out with mixed to positive reception, with the single "I Am Machine" being successful.
7th Apr '15 11:53:46 PM woddor
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\n* ''Human'' - 2015

15th Feb '15 6:22:21 PM Metalhead14
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* AlternativeMetal: They don't qualify as a whole, but their heaviest material takes influence from the genre.
27th Dec '14 6:15:25 PM Tangerineandpuce
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* InMemoriam: Their ''Live at the Palace'' DVD[=/=]Blu-Ray, dedicated to their deceased manager.
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