Three Days Grace
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Norwood, Ontario, Canada
The rock group Three Days Grace came together in Norwood, Ontario in 1997 and now based out of Toronto. Its members are Brad Walst, Neil Sanderson, Barry Stock and Matt Walst. The band has released five studio albums, one every three years since 2003. Their first three albums were certified gold or higher in the United States and either platinum or double-platinum in Canada. The 2015 album Human debuted at number 16 on the Billboard 200 chart and was their first album not featuring vocalist Adam Gontier, who left the group in 2014. The music of Three Days Grace has been described as hard rock, alternative rock and post-grunge.
3 weeks ago
It reminds me of someone I know who got strung out on drugs real bad and became a different person. I told her the person she was before is still in there but imprisoned behind her drug use. When she asked for help it was the person she was before. After several rehabs she was able to put it all behind her and now she is a successful person.
1 year ago
This song hints on the idea that an individual person is so insignificant that his or her own purpose in life is meaningless. The world is cruel and cold, sometimes the only way to get by is to be an anonymous being - to be insignificant and detached. But this approach to living has one major flaw: everything begins to seem insignificant - "the problem is, you're just like me." When you detach yourself in order to become anonymous, life becomes dull. At the end of the song, Gontier sings, "the worst part is looking back and knowing that I was wrong." Being anonymous is not the solution to living in world with no conscience. Even the most inconspicuous person can make a difference.