Three Days Grace pumps up winter outing
Currently in the midst of a December tour itinerary that wraps up mid-month, Three Days Grace will come out of the gate running in 2008.
The Canadian rockers will start the year with January and February shows in more than a dozen cities scattered throughout their home country, after which they'll link up with Breaking Benjamin and Seether for a US trek that launches in mid-February. The Canadian tour itinerary is available in its entirety, but only three US shows were confirmed at press time. Details are included below.
The group has begun rolling out ticket pre-sales for the US jaunt, according to the band's MySpace page.
Three Days Grace is touring behind its sophomore set, "One-X," which debuted at No. 5 on The Billboard 200 last summer. The album has spawned the hits "Animal I've Become," "Pain" and the current single, "Never Too Late," all of which are streaming at the 3DG's MySpace page.
The group's 2003 self-titled debut produced the hit "I Hate Everything About You" and has reached platinum status, according to the Recording Industry Association of America.