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Brad Walst of Three Days Grace

March 9, 2008 by  
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tdgmainIt’s been almost two years since Three Days Grace released their album One-X and with the latest single Never Too Late making a huge impact with fans from coast to coast with it’s message of hope. There doesn’t seem to be any signs of slowing down for these guys.

Admittedly having gone through their fair share of issues in the past, it’s these things that keep the band forging forward stronger than ever because they didn’t get to where they are now without working hard for it.  With a ton of respect for each other and even more praise for their fanbase, this band knows where it came from and reaches out to music lovers night after night with a high energy, leaving it all out there for the world to see, emotionally driven set.

Currently out on the road with Seether, Breaking Benjamin and HURT, bassist Brad Walst took some time out of their busy touring schedule to fill us in on what’s been going on since we last talked to the band.  (We talked to lead singer Adam the week that One-X was released, needless to say a lot has happened between then and now!)

Interviewed by:  Mary Ouellette | March 2008
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Adam Gontier of Three Days Grace

June 9, 2006 by  
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3dgmainThree Days Grace crashed into the music scene with a vengeance with their self-titled debut. With fierce singles like “I Hate Everything About You” and “Just Like You” they amassed a loyal following and toured with bands like Nickelback, Hoobastank and Evanescence.  A few years later they’re back with the same vengeance and a new cd. One-X will be hitting record stores on June 13th. The first single, “Animal I Have Become”, is an aggressive, in your face, unapologetic rocker that will definitely whet your appetite for this band and leave you wanting more.  Exploring the darkest of places with the boldest of sound and lyrics, Three Days Grace welcomes you into their world to feel it the way that they do.  Songs inspired by ironic bouts of loneliness and isolation while surrounded by millions of people.  You may think you know them, but they will quickly remind you that you don’t.

Three Days Grace (Adam Gontier on vocals and guitar, Barry Stock on lead guitar, Neil Sanderson on drums, and Brad Walst on bass) is currently out on the Jagermeister tour with Staind and will be joining Nickelback and Hoobastank on tour starting June 30th.

Interviewed by: Mary Ouellette | June 2006
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