Three Days Grace – Human


@planetmosh reviews Human by .@threedaysgrace on .@RCARecords

Human is the fifth studio album from Canadian band Three Days Grace, released in the UK on April 27th. In some respects though it can be seen as a debut, as they relaunch themselves with a new vocalist. In some cases band members can come and go and be replaced@planetmosh reviews Human by .@threedaysgrace on .@RCARecords Three Days Grace – Human Human is the fifth studio album from Canadian band Three Days Grace, released in the UK on April 27th. In some respects though it can be seen as a debut, as they relaunch themselves with a new vocalist. In some cases band members can come and go and be replaced without too many ripples but when the voice of the band changes it can cause tidal waves and having looked through the bands social media feeds it seems many fans don’t quite know what to make of this change. Matt Walst joins original members Barry Stock (guitar), Neil Sanderson (drums, piano, backing vocals) and his brother Brad Walst (bass), replacing Adam Gontier who left last year. Within the band it may not be seen as a momentous change, as Matt has been around the band since the beginning, even writing a couple of tracks for their debut album in 2003, but it seems some fans have decided it’s too big a change and have deserted them before even listening to Human. None of that in this review though, as a newcomer to the band I can only take this […]

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