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Three Days Grace is a Canadian alternative rock band, hailing from Norwood in the Ontario province. It was founded in 1992 and has been active since then, except for a break in 1996. As a band, its music is often classified as alternative rock, alternative metal, hard rock and post-grunge. Its style has gone on to inspire many other bands and its music has topped charts, sold albums and seen many Three Days Grace tickets sold. They have released many albums, both studio and live, via record labels as renowned as RCA Records and Jive Records. They have performed and collaborated with many versatile bands including Thousand Foot Krutch, Apocalyptica and Art of Dying.

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About Three Days Grace

 
Today, Three Days Grace is made up of lead vocalist and guitarist Adam Gontier, drummer Neil Sanderson, bassist Brad Walst and guitarist Barry Stock. Though founded in Norwood, they are located in Toronto and have released four major label studio albums and have a number of their songs ranking first on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and the Billboard Alternative Songs chart. They began as a post-grunge band known as Groundswell, founded in 1992, and released an album titled Wave of Popular Feeling with a lineup that had Phil Crove and Joe Grant as guitarists. At the time, all band members were in high school.
 
In 1995, Three Days Grace was down to three members after its guitarists left and two years later, their name was changed from Groundswell. They took on their current name with an attached theme that if a person had three days to change, what they would change in their life. After moving to Toronto, they met producer Gavin Brown who helped select their best songs and create a demo album. This album was then sent to EMI Music Publishing’s Canada branch who requested a new song. This led to the song, “I Hate Everything about You”, which attracted more labels and they were soon signed onto Jive Records. By this time, they had already gathered a fan following to them, with members buying cheap Three Days Grace tickets to see them in concert.
 
Even then, Three Days Grace had gained substantial fame with soundtracks of movies such as Raise Your Voice. After being signed onto Jive Records, they began work on their debut release which was a self-titled studio album released in 2003. Its first single was released, gaining them a lot of airplay on radio stations, and led up to their first tour, in support of the album. This tour saw them on the road for two years and in just a year of the album’s release; it had been certified platinum in the US, after releasing over a million copies. In Canada, it was certified double platinum and ranked in the top ten of the Canadian Albums Chart.
 
In 2006, they released their next album, One-X. This album featured new guitarist Barry Stock and the album’s lyrics were particularly complimented with newspapers such as the Toronto Star praising it as an album worth buying with lyrics that spoke to a person, particularly if they were struggling with something. It debuted second on the Canadian Album Chart and fifth on the Billboard 200 charts, selling a smashing seventy eight thousand copies in the US in their first week alone. They were ranked the Number One Rock Artist of 2007 by Billboard, resulting in many thousands of Three Days Grace tickets sold for their upcoming tour.