Tag Archives: Three Days Grace

Three Days Grace announce 2022 US tour

Posted by on November 16, 2021

  Three Days Grace have announced U.S. dates for April and May 2022, supporting Godsmack, with some headlining shows peppered in. Tickets go on sale this Thursday, November 18 at 10 a.m. local time. Tour dates: 04/19 Huntsville, AL @ Mars Music Hall 04/21 St. Augustine, FL @ The St. Augustine Amphitheatre & 04/22 Tampa, […]

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Photos/Review: Five Finger Death Punch turns Huntington Center “Inside Out”

Posted by on December 16, 2019

Thursday, December 5th, saw Five Finger Death Punch bring their “Never Ending Tour” to the Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio. Along for the ride were Fire From The Gods, Bad Wolves, and direct support Three Days Grace. Having never been to the Huntington Center before, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I did a little […]

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Five Finger Death Punch announce U.S fall tour

Posted by on July 23, 2019

Five Finger Death Punch will be back on the road this fall as the group have announced another round of U.S tour dates. Joining these giants on the road will be Three Days Grace, Bad Wolves, and Fire From the Gods. The trek is scheduled to kick off on November 1st in Las Vegas, NV […]

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Disturbed brought ‘Evolution’ to Madison Square Garden w/ Three Days Grace

Posted by on March 2, 2019

At the wake of anyone’s career, it’s always unpredictable where it will lead. With that said, when nu metal and alternative metal subgenres emerged back in the nineties and early 00s, it was difficult to understand both subgenres as well as predict how big these groups would become. However, it was a successful movement as […]

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Saint Asonia sign with Spinefarm, working on new album

Posted by on February 21, 2019

Saint Asonia have announced their recent signing with Spinefarm records. Saint Asonia features former Staind members Mike Mushok and Sal Giancarelli, former Three Days Grace vocalist Adam Grontier and Art Of Dying bassist Cale Gontier, who also happens to be Adam’s cousin. The band is currently working on a new record in upstate New York with […]

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Breaking Benjamin, Chevelle and Three Days Grace embark on summer tour

Posted by on February 19, 2019

Breaking Benjamin has announced that they will be hitting the road with Chevelle and Three Days Grace this summer. Opening for the tour will feature Dorothy and Diamante. The trek will kick off in July and run until September. In a band statement, Chevelle says, “We are excited to drink and rock on a huge tour […]

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Avenged Sevenfold cancels North American tour, Limp Bizkit to replace them at Heavy Montreal

Posted by on July 20, 2018

Unfortunately, Avenged Sevenfold had no choice but to cancel their tour for this summer with Prophets of Rage and Three Days Grace. It appears the group tried everything imaginable to salvage the run but sadly, they had no other options as vocalist M. Shadows encountered a viral infection that has made him unable to sing […]

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The best-selling rock and metal of 2018 so far is…

Posted by on June 15, 2018

If you’re a regular reader of Metal Insider, you likely check out Metal by Numbers, in which we look at the week’s biggest-selling heavy titles. Of course, streaming is more or less taking over as the way many people consume music, but hard rock and metal fans tend to be more loyal. With this current […]

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Review/Photos: Rock On The Range 2018 has fans seeing double Maynard, and evacuations

Posted by on June 7, 2018

This past May 18th-20th, MAPFRE Stadium played host once again to over 140,000 people over the three days as Rock On The Range sold out its 12th Annual Weekend, and we were on hand to witness the spectacle. Marking the 6th consecutive sellout of America’s largest and most acclaimed Rock Festival, Rock On The Range […]

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Metal By Numbers 6/6: Jonathan Davis leads a labyrinth of sales

Posted by on June 6, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. No, seriously, this list of debuts is longer than I’ve had in a while. Nineteen albums, some you’ll know, some you won’t, some you’ll want to check out, some you’ll take one look at […]

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