Three Days Grace Drop New Track Ahead of Album Release

Listen to the new track now

March 8, 2018
Three Days Grace performs at Atlas Weekend. Kiev, Ukraine.

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With Three Days Grace ready to release their sixth studio album, their second with Matt Walst at the helm, the Canadian rockers have now given us three different ways to get ready for Outsider.

Outsider, set to drop tomorrow (March 9), features the hard-hitting as always and surprisingly motivational single "The Mountain." While the lead track climbs the charts, the boys also went and released a pair of tracks on their YouTube channel to stir up even more excitement.

In addition to the official video for "The Mountain," fans can also get a listen to "Right Left Wrong" -- a powerful throwback of sorts to the band's Platinum One-X album -- and "I Am An Outsider." Check out the video for "Right Left Wrong" below:

Walst, who remains the lead singer of My Darkest Day as well, joined his brother-slash-TDG bassist Brad Walst, Neil Sanderson, and Barry Stock shortly after the departure of Adam Gontier in 2013.

After releasing Human in 2015 and extensive touring in support of that album, the band retreated to the Great White North to start working on Outsider. They've said they were escaping the "chaos and mayhem" of touring Europe and Russia. So they headed into isolation, north of their Norwood, Canada hometown, a move which would inspire Outsider's whole vibe.

Be sure to check back with us soon for more on Outsider and from Three Days Grace.