New Music From Three Days Grace In The Works

NASHVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 21: Matt Walst, Barry Stock, Neil Sanderson and Brad Walst of Three Days Grace perform at the Agency Group Party during the IEBA 2013 Conference - Day 2 at The Omni Nashville Hotel on October 21, 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee.
There will be more new music coming from Three Days Grace in the near future.

Bassist Brad Walst tells us that the Canadian rockers have been working diligently on a new album, the follow-up to 2012's "Transit of Venus" and first with new singer (and Walst's brother) Matt Walst of My Darkest Day, who joined 3 Days Grace after Adam Gontier's sudden departure last year.

The quartet released a single, "Painkiller," this year, and Matt Walst says there's more where that came from:

"We've got a lot, man. We've been writing non-stop and recording a lot. We have a good 10 songs, probably, recorded. We're almost done with this record. We have another couple months to do it in this studio and we're done with this thing. It'll hopefully be out by early next year."

Three Days Grace is on the road through late August, with September shows in the U.K. and Germany.