THREE DAYS GRACE DRUMMER SAYS NEW ALBUM IS A ‘PERSONAL’ ONE
In his latest blog entry at Loudwire, Three Days Grace drummer Neil Sanderson says that the band’s upcoming fifth album is “turning out to be such a personal reflection” for the members of the group.
He writes, “One of my favorite things about making this kind of record is when as a team, we decide to just lay it all on the line emotionally, and write about all the demons, the feelings; good and bad, all the pain and the rushes, and all the highs and lows . . . in all of our lives.”
Sanderson says they hope to have the new record out for March 31st, 2015, adding, “We still have a lot of work to do . . . Some songs we write, and rewrite, then record, and re-record and so on.”
The band released a new song in September called “I Am Machine,” which is currently Number Seven on the rock radio chart.
The new album will be the first for new singer Matt Walst *(the brother of 3DG bassist Brad Walst). Matt replaced original singer Adam Gontier in early 2013 and was officially made a member of the band last March.
Three Days Grace recently toured Russia… check out a fan-filmed perspective:
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