12 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Three Days Grace retain their dramatic post-grunge sound with new vocalist Matt Walst on Human. Walst slays from the start on the kickoff track “Human Race,” his gritty voice a perfect complement to a dense squall of overdrive. The band get spookily dramatic with the hard rock of “Fallen Angel” and its ominous guitar lines. They end things in fittingly cinematic fashion with the haunted, reverb-laden piano of “The Real You,” as Walst whispers and howls into the darkness.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Three Days Grace retain their dramatic post-grunge sound with new vocalist Matt Walst on Human. Walst slays from the start on the kickoff track “Human Race,” his gritty voice a perfect complement to a dense squall of overdrive. The band get spookily dramatic with the hard rock of “Fallen Angel” and its ominous guitar lines. They end things in fittingly cinematic fashion with the haunted, reverb-laden piano of “The Real You,” as Walst whispers and howls into the darkness.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
1K Ratings
1K Ratings
mvcredsox87 ,

Three Days Grace is dead!

Three days grace died when Adam Gontier left. This is pretty good but they should just change the name of the band. It's not the same at all.

TheTater ,

Awful, just awful

Where to begin, this is terrible. I gave Matt a fair chance and he's not cutting it. Generic lyrics, generic vocals, generic everything. Plus too much autotune in Matts voice. This band is the new Nickelback. Sorry, but this band has fallen hard. Now, it sounds like radio popular crap. Sad to see the band that got me into rock music go down the drain. Oh well.

badass94 ,

Adam brought the "pain" and Matt "killed" it.

Not in a bad way. The record is still decent, but it doesn't bring anything unique to the table like Adam did. It's a little disappointing when you wait three full years for songs under three minutes, not to mention the lack of lyrical content. The songs seem like it's mostly just repeated chorus over and over again with a generic beat and then an abrupt end when it feels like there could have been more creativity added. Now don't get me wrong, I still enjoyed a handful of the songs, but it doesn't even compare to the first three albums.

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