12 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The second album by Ontario’s Three Days Grace balances scalding metallic hard rock like opener “It’s All Over” and the rabidly fist-pumping “Riot” with sincere post-grunge power ballads like “Never Too Late,” “On My Own,” and “Get Out Alive.” Making an art of his anguish, Adam Gontier sings about relationships gone awry, taking responsibility for his own destiny, and succumbing to a dark side beyond his control. The choruses are addictive and universal enough that before long you’ll be singing with him too.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The second album by Ontario’s Three Days Grace balances scalding metallic hard rock like opener “It’s All Over” and the rabidly fist-pumping “Riot” with sincere post-grunge power ballads like “Never Too Late,” “On My Own,” and “Get Out Alive.” Making an art of his anguish, Adam Gontier sings about relationships gone awry, taking responsibility for his own destiny, and succumbing to a dark side beyond his control. The choruses are addictive and universal enough that before long you’ll be singing with him too.

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