Three Days Grace formed in 1992 but was originally called Groundswell. In 1995, the band met Canadian superproducer Gavin Brown and recorded a demo with him. Brown showed the demo to his contacts at EMI Music Canada and the band was soon signed to Jive Records.
After the release of his band's debut album, Three Days Grace singer Adam Gontier developed an addiction to the painkiller OxyContin. The band stopped touring so that Gontier could get clean. He successfully completed rehab and Three Days Grace quickly got to work on their second album.
Although Three Days Grace is originally from Norwood, Ontario, Canada, many of their fans don't know that they've been based in San Diego for most of their professional career.
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