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Three Days Grace goes on tour with a new frontman

This marks the first time Matt Walst performs as the frontman

Early tickets go on sale Thursday, Feb. 12,  for Canadian rock band Three Days Grace, which heads to The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel in April in support of the band’s latest album, Human, coming out on March 31.

The band, which only releases a studio album about every three years, already has a winner in this album. It features an Active Rock Radio No. 1 single “I Am Machine.”

The band’s hit “Painkiller,” off the album, marks the first song released with Matt Walst as the frontman. He replaced Adam Gontier, who quit with a non-life threatening health issue in 2013.

Three Days Grace holds a record for the most consecutive No. 1 singles on Active Rock Radio with five. Other chart toppers include “Misery Loves My Company,” “World So Cold” and “Animal I Have Become.”

The Friday, April 17, concert features special guests Pop Evil with its post-grunge sounds and indie rockers Brave Black Sea.

Tickets start at $29 and go on sale on Friday, Feb. 13, at 10 a.m. Nab early tickets on Thursday, Feb. 12, using the password THREEDAYS.

Tickets: AXS, (888) 929-7849


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