April 1, 2015

It’s been 18 months in the making and Three Days Grace released its fifth studio album on Tuesday (March 31st), called Human.


The disc follows a tumultuous period in the band’s career and drummer Neil Sanderson said the end result is something he’s really proud of: “You know, we’ve worked really hard on this album and really, I think, went back to our roots and accomplished what we had set out to do, which is really sort of make an album that is reminiscent in a number of ways to our first record, you know, where sonically it was really sort of aggressive and had a darker tone to it and stuff, and lyrically really tapping into some deep emotional ideas.”

Human follows up 2012’s Transit Of Venus and is the first Three Days Grace record to feature singer Matt Walst, brother of bassist Brad Walst.

Matt replaced original singer Adam Gontier in early 2013 and was officially made a member of the band in March of that year.

  • Three Days Grace kicks off a run of U.S. shows on April 9th in Riverside, California, ending a month later on May 10th in Madison, Wisconsin.