When vocalist Adam Gontier quit Three Days Grace in between a touring session, it seemed a fair assumption that the band would call it quits. However, Matt Walst, also a part of My Darkest Days has come across as quite a strong fit in the sixth studio album ‘Human’ even in the face of the tough challenge of replacing Gontier, known for establishing the sound of the band. The recently released album ‘Human’ comprises of 12 songs and for the most part, sounds like typical Three Days Grace material. Nevertheless, the overall sound of the album indicates the fact the Walst’s vocals seek to explore new dimensions.
Gearing up for the tour, Metal Wani’s Editor In Chief Owais ‘Vitek’ Nabi had a chat with Three Days Grace founding member Neil Sanderson. He discusses new album “Human”, songwriting, working with Matt Walst, feedback from fans, upcoming tours and much more.
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