Three Days Grace with Special Guests Pop Evil & Brave Black Sea to Perform at The Joint in Las Vegas April 17

Three Days Grace with Special Guests Pop Evil & Brave Black Sea to Perform at The Joint April 17
Three Days Grace
will take their powerful live show back on the road this April on a string of U.S. tour dates including a stop at The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas with special guests Pop Evil and Brave Black Sea on Friday, April 17 (Photo credit: Roland Wilhelm)

Three Days Grace, comprised of Matt Walst (lead vocals), Neil Sanderson (drums, piano, backing vocals), Brad Walst (bass guitar) and Barry Stock (lead guitar), has sold more than 6 million albums in the U.S. and recently celebrated their 13th No. 1 single at Active Rock Radio with “I Am Machine,” the current single off their forthcoming album HUMAN, out March 31st on RCA Records.“I Am Machine”’ is the band’s fifth consecutive No. 1 single at Active Rock Radio and lead them to break their own record for having the most No. 1s at the format. Their previous No. 1s include “Painkiller” (2014), “Misery Loves My Company” (2013), “The High Road” (2013), “Chalk Outline” (2012), “World So Cold” (2010), “The Good Life” (2010), “Break” (2009), “Never Too Late” (2007), “Animal I Have Become” (2006), “Pain” (2006), “Just Like You” (2004) and “Home” (2004).

Both “I Am Machine” and “Painkiller” are featured on Three Day Grace’s new studio album HUMAN, which was co-written by the band, produced by Gavin Brown and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge. They re-teamed with Brown on this album, who produced the band’s platinum-selling 2003 self-titled debut album.

Pop Evil is known for its melodic post-grunge sound that takes cues from legendary artistssuch as Pearl Jam and Soundgarden. They’ve alignedtheir music with the likes of Crossfade, Shinedown and Puddle of Mudd.

Brave Black Sea has been called everything from indie rock, to garage rock, to heavy rock and more. Their pure, soulful and uncompromising rock ‘n’ roll has heavy influences drawn from blues and classic 70s rock. The band melds loud, gritty guitars with haunting melodies and danceable grooves, delivered with raw emotion and sheer conviction.

Tickets start at $29 (plus applicable service fees) and are on sale Friday, February 13 at 10 a.m. at the Hard Rock Hotel box office, online at or charge-by-phone at 888.9.AXS.TIX. For groups of 12 or more, please call 702.693.5220 or email

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