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Three Days Grace - Transit of Venus

3.56
Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2012-10-02 Year: 2012
Label: Jive Records
Genre: Modern Rock
Producer: Don Gilmore
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If you like: Finger Eleven, Atomship, Alter Bridge

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Canadian Three Days Grace continues to deliver quality Modern Rock on his fourth album "Transit Of Venus". For me, their self-titled debut their peak while I think that last "Life Starts Now" is the weakest when they lost a bit of their aggressiveness. However, it is a band you can rely on and definitely think they found their place with a unique style and good material again and again.
This new album "Transit Of Venus" feels like a good sequel to 2009's "Life Starts Now". It is once again not as dark and rebellious as on the first two albums, but there's an aggressive undertone, which sets a perfect alternative touch on the album.
Is a little surprised that they hold such a high level once again as it is not easy to maintain such a high level they do. But Three Days Grace is definitely top tier in the Modern Rock genre and a band that will deliver many times more in the future. Recommended!

Highlights: "Chalk Outline", "Anonymous", "The High Road"

Tracklisting 1. Sign Of The Times
2. Chalk Outline
3. The High Road
4. Operate
5. Anonymous
6. Misery Loves My Company
7. Give In To Me
8. Happiness
9. Give Me A Reason
10. Time That Remains
11. Expectations
12. Broken Glass
13. Unbreakable Heart


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