But in the end we were meant to be apart, like separate chambers of the human heart...
"The best lyrics are the ones that describe those emotions in ways you always wanted to say but could never find the words." - Mike Shinoda
Formerly known as Epiksha.
Completely forgot about this band's existence to be honest. I liked their first two albums though. I can't recall if I ever listened to their third.
They say the grass is always greener on the otherside,
If so, do birds dream of walking, while we dream to fly?
Love them, all three albums are amazing and their first two are modern rock classics.
Formerly known as Bliss / Dementia
The hits are good but they use A LOT of filler in their albums. Just bland songs thrown together for the sake of making a full album
We're all a little weird and life is a little weird, and when we find someone who's weirdness is compatible with ours we fall in mutual weirdness and call it love.
One X is a GREAT album. One of the best of the modern rock era. I like their third one a lot too, and they're really sick live.
I used to like them a lot. Haven't heard their 3rd album. I totally lost interest like most of the rock bands I used to love.
EEEEEVERYYYTHING AAABOOOUUT YOU
I used to absolutely love them. I still think they are a good band they are also good live. I've seen them twice.
I'm at the point where I can't decide if they've just gotten boring or not in all honesty they said they will probably have a new album out this year though so fingers crossed to them 'resparking' my interest
I LOVE the songs 'Pain' and 'I Hate Everything About You.' My brother and sister in law saw them in concert last year with some friends in St. Louis.
I absolutly love three days grace. Their song one x was the first full song i learned on guitar
There new album is their worst cd yte. I still fully support that they get worse with every album
+1 for One-X being a great album. Life Starts Now, barring a handful of songs, was pretty lame, and their new song sounds pretty lame.
I used to absolutely LOVE this band back in the day. One-X helped me a lot throughout growing up, as did their debut. Life Starts Now was pretty good, but it was nowhere near as good as their first two albums IMO. I have listened to Chalk Outline, I haven't listened to the leak of their new album yet. I am going to buy it on October 2nd instead. I have bought all of their albums, so why not do it again, I can wait. I did however listen to Broken Glass, and it's pretty fucking awesome, I like it a lot.
Been to 14 LP shows, 2 DBS shows and 1 FM show, and still going.
Their first two albums were great. A few of the tracks from the 3rd were listenable. But the problem with this band is that, like a lot of those bands I listened to, they don't seem to grow up at all.
So many people are so ungrateful to be alive, but not you, not anymore.
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