Three Days Grace to play free show in Foxboro

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Canadian rockers Three Days Grace will make Massachusetts their home this weekend. After rocking an intimate sold-out gig at the Brighton Music Hall on Friday, the band will make their way to Foxboro for a free show on Saturday. Prior to the New England Revolution’s season finale against the Chicago Fire, the band will perform at Patriot Place from 6 to 7 p.m. Lead singer Adam Gontier will also sing the National Anthem at the New England Patriots game against the New York Jets at Gillette Stadium on Sunday.

The Massachusetts appearances come on the heels of the release of Three Day Grace’ brand new album Transit of Venues. The band’s fourth studio effort debuted at #5 on the Billboard 200 after its release earlier this month, making it the their third consecutive album to debut in the top five. Produced by Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Bullet for My Valentine) and recorded at Revolution Studios in Toronto, Transit of Venues is powered by lead single “Chalk Outline”. The video for the song is streaming below.

“We went for a tighter, more articulated sound on this record,” said drummer Neil Sanderson in a press release. “The music we were writing was a little more intricate than in the past, and we’ve been experimenting with new instruments. We wanted to present these new ideas concisely without going over-the-top in ambiance and overall production.”

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