Three Days Grace at the Videotron Center in Quebec City on November 24 2018 as part of their new tour “The Outsider”, title of their newest studio album.
Despite the departure of the singer / guitarist and founding member Adam Gonthier in 2013, Three Days Grace continues to establish itself as a spearhead of Rock with a heavy sound and catchy melodies.
They hold the record of the “Mainstream Rock” genre for having managed to place 13 songs at the top of the prestigious list Bilboard, record that the members share with the legendary Van Halen. Among those 13 songs, there are of course the 2 hits that got them noticed by the public in the mid-2000, Animal I Have Become and Never Too Late, in addition to other successes such as Pain, The Good Life and I Am Machine. You can be sure that we will be entitled to all these successes and the others from their 6 studio albums.
The continuity of their success after Gonthier’s departure, for reasons that are still obscure to this day, is certainly due to the fact that they were able to recruit a singer with a similar voice tone who was already established in the world of music. Matt Walst, brother bassist Brad and singer / guitarist of the band My Darkest Days certainly did not hesitate too long to join his brother’s band, despite the growing success of his own project. The synergy on stage is definitely on full display with the new singer, while the last concerts with Gonthier showed clear tensions between him and other band members.