Three Days Grace
Three Days Grace have done a solid job building the suspense about their next album, 'Transit of Venus.' The front page of their website recently re-launched, borrowing a quote from Oliver Wendell Holmes, who explains, "A black round spot - and that is all; Such a speck our earth would be if he who looks upon the stars through the red atmosphere of Mars could see our little creeping ball."
Over the weekend, a never ending cavalcade of today’s hottest rock bands marched into the Luxor Festival Grounds and set up shop. The two-day '48 Hours Festival’ boasted two jam-packed days of 22 bands playing on two stages. The show marked the first outdoor hard rock and metal festival to descend on the Vegas Strip, and with any luck, the first of many.
Three Days Grace Drummer Talks Upcoming Album
Three Days Grace’s latest album, 2009’s ‘Life Starts Now,’ has evolved into one gigantic single, spawning angst-y, coming-of-age hard rock hits such as ‘The Good Life,’ ‘Break’ and ‘Lost in You.’ So, considering the album dropped a whole two years ago, when can fans expect more fist-pumping heavy music anthems? According to frontman Adam Gontier, a fresh set of songs may be out as early as 2012.
Hurricane Irene may have roared in to New England like a lion but it was the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival that left chaos in its wake. The one day mega-rock extravaganza took over the Comcast Center in Mansfield, Mass., on Tuesday, Aug. 30 (after being postponed two days because of Irene), for what would be an all-you-could-eat-buffet of riffs, licks, and devil horns.