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|When was the album "Life Starts Now" by Three Days Grace released?|
2009. This album was released by Three Days Grace in September 2009.
|Which album was the first the band ever recorded after reforming and calling themselves Three Days Grace?|
Three Days Grace. The self-titled album, "Three Days Grace", was released in 2003, and was praised in many ways!
|What is the name of Adam Gontier's famous dog?|
Mabel Gontier. She is such a beauty! Mabel is his dog, while he has a godchild named Roo.
|Before they were known as Three Days Grace, they had another name. What was it?|
Groundswell. After they broke up once, they reformed again with a new name and a new style!
|Adam Gontier recorded a song, "I Don't Care", with a famous Finnish band.
Which band was it?|
Apocalyptica. The song "I Don't Care" was from Apocalytica's album, "Worlds Collide", featuring Adam Gontier on lead vocals.
|Which famous single was released a few days before its album, "Life Starts Now"?|
Break. There is also a music video for this catchy song. True fans don't want to miss it, at least not if you like a lot of paint and cool guitar moves!
|Where was the band formed for the first time?|
Norwood, Ontario. They were first formed in Norwood, Ontario, in Canada, 1992.
|Which instrument does Brad Walst play in Three Days Grace?|
Bass. He started with the band in 1992 when it was first formed, and later on again after they disbanded and reformed again in 1997.
|Adam Gontier, lead vocalist of Three Days Grace, has the lyrics of one of his own songs tattooed on his arm. Which song is it?|
Never Too Late. He has several other tattoos too, but the most interesting would be the little butterfly he has on his wrist!
|Which record label is the first one to have signed a deal with Three Days Grace?|
Jive Records. The company's president asked for them to join, and so they signed a deal with them. Jive Records is also the record label for famous band such as Bullet for My Valentine and Apocalyptica.
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