EXCLUSIVE: More Acoustic Jams From Three Days Grace

Check out "Painkiller" and "Never Too Late"

April 25, 2018
Popular Canadian post grunge rock band Three Days Grace and its bass guitarist Brad Walst performs at the Atlas Weekend Festival in National Expocenter.

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Rock can be tough on the ears. Huh? I said, ROCK... CAN BE TOUGH... ON THE EARS! Luckily, some bands sound just as good acoustic as they do plugged in. Like Three Days Grace.

We blessed you animals yesterday with a pretty rad rendition of the Canadian rockers' smash hit "The Mountain," from their latest album Outsider, and now we're back with more!

That's right, we kept the cameras rolling as 3DG played us a handful of songs, including a couple throwbacks like 2007's "Never Too Late," off the band's second album One-X. Check out the EXCLUSIVE performance below:

Matt Walst does a pretty badass job on the old Three Days Grace jam. Of course, Walst was named lead singer in 2014, well after the success of One-X. After officially taking the helm of his brother's band (Brad Walst is their bass player), the guys released Human. And the first track off that album was the instant-hit "Painkiller." And that's what you call a segue, because now you can check out the acoustic performance of that song:  

We may or may not have a couple more performances to share with you... looks like you'll just have to come back tomorrow to find out if we're lying or not... so...

Meanwhile, for real though, catch Three Days Grace out on the road this spring and summer with both Avenged Sevenfold and Prophets of Rage.