Monday, March 30, 2015

CD REVIEW: HUMAN by Three Day Grace

HUMAN by Three Day Grace
(Sony Music)

Multi-platinum selling and award-winning recording Canadian rockers, Three Day Grace are back with their latest studio release 'Human'.  Matt Walst (vocals, guitar), Barry Stock (guitar), Brad Walst (bass), and Neil Sanderson (drums). The new album starts off with a terrific set of three songs, the title track, "Painkiller" and "Fallen Angel", but then the good songs are a bit more spread out. Tracks like, "I Am Machine",  "So What", the moving, "Car Crash" and  "Nothing’s Fair In Love And War", are very melodic with some really great style changes, great guitar work and percussion, as well as an excellent bass line. It seems like the lads are trying to please all music fans with this record, by having their original sound that the band's fans all have come to love, and bringing in a new fan base. This, again, is exactly what I expect and love from any radio-rock band, and it's far better than hearing the same lyrics over and over on every song. Overall, while most of it isn't classic material like their classic debut outing, 'Human' still is a breath of fresh air in the radio-rock realm. Three Days Grace are far from the best rock band on earth, but it's the accessibility of their music that makes them so enjoyable. And, 'Human' is no different. Whether you're feeling happy, angry, or sad there's a song that these lads can serve up that you can crank up and sing along and bang your heads to. If you're a fan of Three Days Grace, there shouldn't be a question of whether or not to get this album. - Highly Recommended
Tony @ The Dedicated Rocker Society/All Access Magazine

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