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Three Days Grace are a Canadian alternative metal band formed in Norwood, Ontario in 1997. The band consists of members 4 Adam Gontier (vocals and guitar), Brad Walst (bass), Neil Sanderson (drums and backing vocals), and Barry Stock (guitar). They originally formed as a quintet in 1992 under the name Groundswell; they changed their name to Three Days Grace and became a group of 4 in 1997. The group moved from Norwood to Toronto and met producer Gavin Brown, former of the band Big Sugar. Brown helped them produce their self-titled debut album, Three Days Grace, which was released in 2003; it reached the top ten of the Canadian albums chart, the top 100 of the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart, and number-one on Billboard’s Top Heatseekers chart. The album’s hit lead single, “(I Hate) Everything About You”, reached number-one in Canada and the top ten in the U.S. The second single “Just Like You”, gave the group a second number-one in Canada. A third single, “Home”, was also released.
Brown won a Juno Award in 2004 (see Juno Awards of 2004) for his production on the album and his work on Try Honesty by the band Billy Talent. Three Days Grace were also nominated for best New Group Of The Year but lost to Billy Talent.
As of 2006, the band has been working on their new album, titled One-X, to be released on June 13, 2006. The band is scheduled to tour with Staind after its release.
On March 31, 2006, the band released their first single off One-X entitled “Animal I Have Become.”
The new album “One-X” has already been released!
Actually, they've a new album, released in Fall 2009: "Life Starts Now". I suggest you go check it out if you haven't already.