12 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The monster riffage of the opening “Bitter Taste” sets a bruising tone for Three Days Grace’s third record. The post-grungers keep it up with “The Good Life,” a relentless, percussive hard rock track with a fist-pumping chorus tailor-made for head-banging. Elsewhere, the band reveal their more nuanced songwriting tendencies on “Last to Know,” crafting heartrending, melancholy melody over glittering, gloomy piano. And the jangly verse guitar lines of “Lost in You” offset the devastation of its painful subject matter.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The monster riffage of the opening “Bitter Taste” sets a bruising tone for Three Days Grace’s third record. The post-grungers keep it up with “The Good Life,” a relentless, percussive hard rock track with a fist-pumping chorus tailor-made for head-banging. Elsewhere, the band reveal their more nuanced songwriting tendencies on “Last to Know,” crafting heartrending, melancholy melody over glittering, gloomy piano. And the jangly verse guitar lines of “Lost in You” offset the devastation of its painful subject matter.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
383 Ratings

383 Ratings

Hitochiisai ,

Felt I need to rate this album

I felt I should review all of three days grace's albums because their new one isn't up to par. This one is a fantastic album, a great mix of soft and hardcore music. Love it! Not as great as the previous but still amazing.

kp fan 101 ,

great music

the album rocks so good

Blake_Fir3m4n ,

Not the best

Doesn't even compare to the One X album. A few good songs, but not enough to call it a great album.

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