| March 16, 2011 | Comments (1,503)


Canadian rock band Three Days Grace are back on the road, and kicked off this new tour at The Roxx Niteclub in Barrie, Ontario this past Friday. This tour will take them across the country, stopping tonight in North Bay, ON all the way to Vancouver, BC. This time around, Three Days Grace’s concert will be presented in smaller venues, such as night clubs and theatres, which brings new vibes and fresh sounds to the fans. A huge difference for the band who is used to be playing large arenas since the release of their latest album Life Starts Now.

On Friday night, the band literally exploded on stage debuting the set with Burn, a song off their very first self-titled album. Die hard fans over the web are excited about this news, as the band didn’t played that song live in years and only a few videos of the song from 2004 are circulating at the moment. The good news is, there is a live version of the song right HERE if you want a sneak peak!  Beware… this is mind-blowing!

Highlights of the night includes a very interesting cover of Lose Yourself by Eminem inserted into the song Home, a live version of their recorded version of The Chain by Fleetwood Mac, a complete new solo by drummer Neil Sanderson and a very emotional dedication of the song Never Too Late to Adam Gontier’s wife and grand mother.

Speaking of their recorded version of The Chain by Fleetwood Mac, the song came out today on iTunes and is part of their new single package Lost In You. You can buy it HERE as an individual song or with the single package which also includes a melodic piano version of Word So Cold previously unreleased in North America.

Set list of the show was as follow:

The Good Life
Get Out Alive
I Hate Everything About You
The Chain (Fleetwood Mac cover)
Drum Solo
I Don’t Care
Last To Know
Bitter Taste
World So Cold
Going Down
Never Too Late
Free Falling (Tom Petty cover)
Lost In You
Animal I Have Become

Their short Canadian tour will end in Vancouver where they will be playing 2 nights at the Commodore Ballroom. Than they will be going on a US tour with  My Darkest Days. Enough? No!  A bunch of tour dates with Avenged Sevenfold and Sevendust have been added on top of that. Check out all the details about their tour dates HERE.

Finally, you are probably looking for photos… and that is exactly what I was about to share!
Click HERE for the live photos of the night!


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